Μm

Meanings and phrases

including

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E.g.
  • It also featured full Game Center integration – including in-game achievements.
  • DJ Shadow's singles for Mo' Wax – including "In/Flux" and "Lost and Found (S.F.L.)"
  • It will primarily serve businesses with operations in the region – including Rolls-Royce.

all

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  • Their task is to run the stairs – all 2,156 of them.
  • 3) Lower interest rates – all the way down to 0 per cent.
  • Cavendish won five stages – all bunch sprints – and the points jersey.

the first

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  • – the first Irishman in that role.
  • Three groups sponsored by the Society set out for Kansas – the first in March 1855.
  • It opened on November 16, 2015 – the first extension of VRE service since its opening.

such

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  • Some properties – such as anion formation – align with other halogens.
  • Adolf Hitler cited that all "Germans" – such as him and the others from Austria, etc.
  • Sexual violence also causes sexually transmitted diseases – such as HIV/AIDS – to spread.

not

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  • 12 – not suitable for children under 12.
  • Supreme Court – not established.
  • I have no money – not a cent."

both

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  • Fairy dust provides the magic, and believers – both child and adult – can visit fairyland.
  • Blue Lias is mainly used in flooring, walling and paving slabs – both coursed and layered.
  • Two more friendlies also ended in losses – both against amateur club Corinthian in December.

time

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  • In "The Man Who Played God" – for the "first" time – I really looked like myself.
  • The workers had to travel – out of their own money and time – to the bank to get change there.
  • All sinusoidal and many non-sinusoidal waveforms repeat exactly over time – they are periodic.

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  • Services can be performed on pipes from ¾” – 80” in size.
  • She has 10 guns & 40 men.”–"Essex Register", May 10, 1815.
  • "“Lords of the Land” – Debating the impact of the Settlements" (November 13, 2007).

although

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  • The changes in 1983 also brought the letter Q into use – although on a very small and limited scale.
  • By the time of Rayman 2, he has developed this new skill – although all he can do in this game is a simple dog-paddle.
  • As a result, theoretically a maximum of 69 teams could enter the tournament – although this level has never been reached.

died

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  • 1460 – died 1506 AD; مهری خاتون), was an Ottoman poet.
  • Luis Christian Cordero Oñate – son of José Luis – died in 2004.
  • Anne, Lady Milmo (born 27 May 1907 – died 28 November 2003) died at age 96.

even

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  • 19,000 litres) of water – even more with a trailer.
  • He wisely says nothing in reply – even when the headmaster confesses his love for him.
  • The EU is an important – even an ‘influential’ – actor in international environmental negotiations.
E.g.
  • Leavitt then launched an attack on corruption in all forms – especially corporate.
  • This sacred space – especially the area beneath the "tumpang sari" – is often left empty.
  • Another significant seaport was Pola (Pula, today part of Croatia) – especially for the navy.

as well

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  • 's office – as well as herself and her husband Joe (Jake Weber) – that her gift is real.
  • It was highly competitive – as well as the British names of Dent, Frodsham, Reid, Blackie, Johnson.
  • By the evening of March 4, 32 of the 48 states – as well as the District of Columbia – had closed their banks.

though

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  • He had one highly successful match – though, true to form, Somerset lost the game.
  • "the basic unit "from which" matter is constructed") – though this would not prevent a stranded preposition (e.g.
  • Irish-born Kevin Thornton was awarded two Michelin stars in 2001 – though his restaurant, Thornton's, closed in 2016.

years

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  • She bested by over an hour the record held for almost 20 years – that of Fujitake.
  • Five extra days – six in leap years – were national holidays at the end of every year.
  • And then suddenly it's become – not suddenly but over 30 years – it's become a big standard.

season

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  • He's come on again this season – that's good as we are expecting boys to do men's jobs."
  • Three have won both races in the same season – Pegwell Bay, Senor El Betrutti and Exotic Dancer.
  • Despite the improvement the team failed – for the sixth consecutive season – to reach the playoffs.

for example

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  • Early films were influenced by traditional theater – for example, kabuki and bunraku.
  • (from the Latin doctores) may be used – for example, instead of Dr. Miller and Dr. Rubinstein: Drs.
  • Correspondingly, the mode is not unique – for example, in a uniform distribution "any" point is the mode.

now

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  • A "Hello, world" program in COBOL: When the – now famous – "Hello, World!"
  • The only remainder of the five is "Aleksandr Pushkin" – now known as "Marco Polo".
  • "The Swan of Tuonela" – now a popular concert item – was to be the work's Prelude.

only

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  • A national catastrophe – only equalled by the Albert Memorial.
  • Between 1899–1914 he played 283 matches – only nine matches less than his father.
  • The infantry with him were all killed – only the commander and some of his cavalry escaped.

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  • A name with the same meaning is used in Latin sources – “Alta Civitas”.
  • Two newspapers – “Agdash” and “Young Educators” are published in the district.
  • In 1897, the first professional collective – “Muslim Drama Troupe” – was established.

children

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  • She has four children – a son and three daughters.
  • They have four children – three girls and a boy.
  • In 1987 his two children – Meike and Lars – were kidnapped.

when

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  • to which she said, 'Girl – when they wanna go they will go…there ain't no point in even shuttin' the gate.'
  • Carol died in 1993 from the sudden onset of a brain tumor – glioblastoma multiforme – when their children were five and two.
  • The reverse – when films based on cult properties lose their transgressive edge – can result in derision and rejection by fans.

team

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  • They're also the best pop team – per se – today.
  • He coaches a little league football team – the North Texas Express.
  • In 2014 they both withdrew to make way for a single Galway team – Galway United.
E.g.
  • Reliable sources – particularly for the 15th and 16th century – are very rare.
  • Britain was an attractive target for Rome because of its material wealth – particularly mines and slaves.
  • He became internationally known – particularly in the art world – for his works on Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele.

so

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  • George's reply was "well he only has one leg – so he must be an athlete."
  • God buried the dead – for says, "And He buried him in the valley" – so should we also bury the dead.
  • Peter is disappointed since Francis did not care about him – so he gives up drinking and does crack instead.

most

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  • and – most famously – "And Then There Were None".
  • Each of its committees – most notably the foreign relations committee – oversees the country's foreign policy.
  • He was widely credited with killing 75–80 criminals in encounters – most of these were members of the Arun Gawli gang.

people

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  • The industry employs more than 110,000 people – over 1% of the population.
  • <br>Leading our country to new victories, <br>the power of the people – Lenin's party.
  • or "I cannot do without the common people – nature's loneliness and silent friendship."

year

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  • Juventus won the first division that year – their seventh title.
  • The following year – the same year as his marriage – he was admitted to deacon's and priest's orders.
  • He appeared in 15 games in his second year – 11 starts – helping to a return to the top flight after two years.

before

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  • However, she loved Rusty too much to give him up – before he runs off.
  • This enabled them to approach much closer to a target – within – before being seen.
  • Ratna Asmara Ratna Asmara ( 1914 – before 1981) was an Indonesian actress and film director.

more

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  • Ronne covered by ski and dog sled – more than any other explorer in history.
  • Romita's Spider-Man – more polished and heroic-looking than Ditko's – became the model for two decades.
  • The complete project was expected to cost $62 billion – more than twice as much as the Three Gorges Dam.

then

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  • The first railway station at this location – then called Rotterdam Beurs – was opened on 2 May 1877.
  • The Tramway ran from Wisbech, through Emneth – the next station on the line – then through Outwell and Upwell.
  • Most of his works were written in Arabic – then the language of science in the Middle East – and some in Persian.

along

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  • It consisted of senior members – the boyars – along with the rank-and-file ‘youths’ ("otroki").
  • The island runs along a northwest, southeast axis and is about wide at its broadest – along the west coast.
  • Her other sister, Margaret, appears – along with Lady Louisa and Charley's father – in the short story collection "".

life

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  • It's been a massive part of my life – and it's been fun ...
  • Richard was once again able to pursue his passion in life – growing things.
  • Itkind's long and unique life – full of tragic events – nourished his genius creativity.
E.g.
  • The people of Marseille were given gunpowder and bullets by the municipality – a fact known to the court.
  • Bollenbach Bollenbach is an "Ortsgemeinde" – a municipality belonging to a "Verbandsgemeinde", a kind of collective municipality – in the Birkenfeld district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
  • Longkamp Longkamp is an "Ortsgemeinde" – a municipality belonging to a "Verbandsgemeinde", a kind of collective municipality – in the Bernkastel-Wittlich district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.

name

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  • Ton'a , also read as Tonna; lay name – Nikaidō Sadamune 二階堂貞宗.
  • The EPP-ED Group reverted to its original name – the EPP Group – immediately.
  • Louise then became a member of the Orthodox Church and was christened in Tbilisi, receiving a new name – Mariam.
E.g.
  • Bollenbach Bollenbach is an "Ortsgemeinde" – a municipality belonging to a "Verbandsgemeinde", a kind of collective municipality – in the Birkenfeld district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
  • Longkamp Longkamp is an "Ortsgemeinde" – a municipality belonging to a "Verbandsgemeinde", a kind of collective municipality – in the Bernkastel-Wittlich district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
  • Berglangenbach Berglangenbach is an "Ortsgemeinde" – a municipality belonging to a "Verbandsgemeinde", a kind of collective municipality – in the Birkenfeld district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
E.g.
  • Bollenbach Bollenbach is an "Ortsgemeinde" – a municipality belonging to a "Verbandsgemeinde", a kind of collective municipality – in the Birkenfeld district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
  • Longkamp Longkamp is an "Ortsgemeinde" – a municipality belonging to a "Verbandsgemeinde", a kind of collective municipality – in the Bernkastel-Wittlich district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
  • Berglangenbach Berglangenbach is an "Ortsgemeinde" – a municipality belonging to a "Verbandsgemeinde", a kind of collective municipality – in the Birkenfeld district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.

known

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  • Vidhwan Adam Sahib – known for his expertise in the "Ragha – Devagandhari".
  • In those times this temple – known as Pallipurath Mahavishnu – was dedicated to Lord Vishnu.
  • On June 14, 2011, China and her sisters – known as the McClain Sisters – signed with Hollywood Records.

just

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  • "Jack Point is me in another age – just a strolling player.
  • No pacenotes – just you in the car having to do the fastest time.
  • I studied the way she moved, the way she sang – just the way she was."

often

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  • The unarmored cruiser – often a screw sloop or screw frigate – could continue in this role.
  • But those colleagues can be in the pay of drug companies – often undisclosed – and the journals are too.
  • In regression problems, "case resampling" refers to the simple scheme of resampling individual cases – often rows of a data set.

world

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  • He holds two – Polish and world – records.
  • anything further west than the Arab world – was used to refer to the Western countries.
  • He then began construction of the largest inhabited building in the world – the Venetian Macao.

no

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  • They couldn't help being warders – no doubt they were conscripts.
  • I’ve had tests – no tumors, but it’s loud and incessant and frankly scary.
  • Under Communism, the square was planted over by trees and bushes – no more public meetings.

see

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  • "The Brain of Morbius" – see below).
  • In 1876, gold had been discovered in the Knysna Forest – see Millwood, South Africa.
  • Two point sources will each produce an Airy pattern – see the photo of a binary star.

family

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  • It belongs to the textual family – Ferrar Group.
  • She settled her and started a family – with husband and a daughter.
  • The manor house of the Palmes family – Naburn Hall – is first recorded in 1345.

century

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  • Reliable sources – particularly for the 15th and 16th century – are very rare.
  • Only two buildings survived into the twentieth century – the Governors House and Prisoner's mess.
  • 2006 г Made unique photographs of one of the greatest photographer of the XX century – Arnold Newman.

work

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  • He is not an interruption in our work – he is the purpose of it.
  • His main work – the 844-page guide to eye diseases – was published posthumously in 1940.
  • Alcuin also developed manuals used in his educational work – a grammar and works on rhetoric and dialectics.

first

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  • ; 1959 – first enrollment for a departmental Ph.D. degree.
  • The news filtered out slowly – first the players were told, then the media.
  • He regularly stood in for Scott Mills – first on early breakfast, then on drive-time.

each

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  • Seven countries participated – each submitting two songs, for a total of 14.
  • Sixteen countries participated – each submitting one song, for a total of 16 entries.
  • The Bailiwick of Guernsey is divided into three jurisdictions – Guernsey, Alderney and Sark – each with its own legislature.

the only

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  • A one-off story written especially for the television series – the only Rev.
  • The property includes an underwater room built into the moats – the only one of its kind in Europe.
  • Samuel is dedicated to the Lord as a Nazirite – the only one besides Samson to be identified in the Bible.

others

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  • The others – Rébuffat, Terray, Lachenal?
  • Three others – Harold, Gyrth, and Leofwine – all died on 14 October 1066, during the Battle of Hastings.
  • Joker is assigned to Military Journalism, while most of the others – including Pyle – are assigned to Infantry.

system

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  • The square is also served by the Genoa trolleybus system – by route 30 since 1997 and by route 20 since 2008.
  • Cargo Sous Terrain (CST) is a planned underground logistics system – its first phase in the Mittelland region is scheduled by the early 2030s.
  • In 1981, Xerox eventually commercialized the Alto in the form of a new and enhanced system – the Xerox 8010 Information System – more commonly known as the Xerox Star.

– –

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  • pronouncing "nire ama" ("my mum") as "nire áma" (– – ´ –), instead of as "niré amà" (– ´ – `).
  • the shva under the second dalet in the word שָׁדַדְתְּ – – "you (f.) robbed"; see table above).
  • Van Poppel joined for the 2014 season, after his previous team –  – folded at the end of the 2013 season.

teams

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  • During that time he was part of two All-Ireland Championship-winning teams – in 1994 and 1998.
  • Four teams – the Pirates, the Reds, the Nationals and the Braves – wore Negro League throwbacks on June 1.
  • Over 25 years he was coach of all Slovan teams – from A-team, through junior teams, to un-registered players.

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  • For example, ‘ад̆аӽ’ – father, ‘чӣд̆аӽ’ – baby bird.
  • ‘CITI KAYAK’ – Focuses on genres such as rock, hiphop and hardcore.

album

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  • It's the sentiment for this album – a body of work of great pop songs.
  • The first single from the album – "My Girl 2" – was released in September 2012.
  • Boymerang released one album – 1997's "Balance of the Force" – and several EPs.

history

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  • It’s a unique record of Everton's history – possibly a history unparalleled by any other club.
  • The accident resulted in the highest number of fatalities in aviation history – 583 people lost their lives.
  • "The River News" has had four editors in its history – Colin Hetzel, Jack Pick, John Pick, and Craig Treloar.

later

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  • Nearby was the Minoan excavations at Knossos, where British archaeologist – later, SOE agent – John Pendlebury had been the curator.
  • His sons – Ramsukhdas and Sarbsukhdas – later joined the family business and opened branch offices in Kanpur, Kolkata, Varanasi and Mirzapur.
  • 400 (April 1995), which featured the death of Aunt May – later revealed to have been faked (although the death still stands in the MC2 continuity).

day

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  • I did it for a day – I shot for one day.
  • I don't accept this view of freedom fighters one day – terrorists one day, freedom fighters the next.
  • Initially there were no facilities on site – gliders were rigged and derigged each day – so the priority was to erect a hangar.

according

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  • He was – according to the Dictionary of National Biography – a very good man of business.
  • In 1979 the glacier tongues retreated – according to the extent and height of the glacier-nourishing area – from above sea level.
  • In November 1087, Abu Bakr was killed in battle – according to oral tradition by an arrow, while fighting in the historic region of the Sudan.

usually

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  • Events take place on shale or tarmac tracks – usually around 1/4 mile long.
  • The first crop – usually of "grim" (naked barley – "Hordeum vulgare" L. var.
  • The Greek media, collectively, is a very influential institution – usually aggressive, sensationalist.

despite

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  • On 20 September – despite an early exit at the US Open, Andy Roddick of the United States was the sixth qualifier.
  • With the success of the "Confessions" books, Wood quit his job at Masius – despite his father's stringent objections – to write full-time.
  • New City released a music video for the track, with the band channeling party atmosphere of the desert festival – despite never having been.

games

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E.g.
  • The country saw its own text based games – e.g.
  • "Mózgprocesor" (1989), arcade games – e.g.
  • The most obvious – similar to other card games – is to win all the tricks.

because

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  • Ground control diverted the flight to Leningrad (LED) – because of fog at Tallinn.
  • He lost a letter "y" from his pen name – originally Süreyya – because of a lost bet with Turkish poet Sezai Karakoç.
  • He couldn’t register the magazine himself – because Omar Faig was a “problem” person, and authorities were rather afraid of him.

area

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  • This cathedral-size cistern is an underground chamber approximately by – about in area – capable of holding of water.
  • In 1979 the glacier tongues retreated – according to the extent and height of the glacier-nourishing area – from above sea level.
  • This area of maximum damage – the meizoseismal area – was approximately long and from 3.5 to 5.5 km wide, centered roughly along the railway.

times

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E.g.
  • These caches typically use very short caching times – in the order of one minute.
  • The effects are tasteful and subtle but – given the times – radical, nonetheless".
  • He was named New South Wales Player of the Year three times – 1951, 1956 and 1958.

during

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  • 2013- 2014 – during this period of Kyivan Maidan he was a commander of sotnia deputy of the 12th sotnia of Maidan.
  • This long period included World War II – during that war, and for a few years afterwards, very few competitions were held.
  • The latter sold modestly – as fiction – during Carter's life; it became a sleeper hit in the late 1980s and throughout the 1990s.

many

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E.g.
  • Later on he will practice this kind of shriek singing – hollering – many times in his life, making himself remarked.
  • The "Kanun" is not a religious document – many groups follow it, including Roman Catholics, the Albanian Orthodox, and Muslims.
  • Others had boarded trains or were in cars heading home – many fans didn't hear the news until they eventually got home the following day.

among

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  • Still none of the Romanian art critics from the diaspora – among whom we should mention Ionel Jianu – had been invited.
  • Some Europeans (largely of Spanish or Portuguese descent) – among them mixed with African ethnicity – also live in the nation.
  • Since then the play has been restaged at numerous theaters – among others at the Residenztheater München and the Theater Basel.

making

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  • That same year, Detroit Tigers pitcher Denny McLain won 31 games – making him the last pitcher to win 30 games in a season.
  • The latest official estimate as at mid 2019 is 2,237,006 – making it the eighth most populated suburb in the world at the latter date.
  • Floss also has a best friend, Rhiannon, who isn't much of a friend – making fun of her and her father and starting cruel rumours about her.

members

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  • It consisted of senior members – the boyars – along with the rank-and-file ‘youths’ ("otroki").
  • In 2012, four of the band's members – Reba Meyers, Jami Morgan, Joe Goldman and Dominic Landolina – formed the rock band Adventures.
  • This new princely dynasty received the surname of Orbelishvili (later Orbeliani) or Qaplanishvili after its two early members – Orbel (fl.

series

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E.g.
  • A one-off story written especially for the television series – the only Rev.
  • 1980 – One series – a total of thirteen episodes featured Maurice Denham as Horace Rumpole.
  • In 2008, the entire series – including the five unaired episodes in the US – aired on Fox Reality Channel.

place

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  • That same year, the first Anglican services in the country took place – in English and aimed exclusively at foreigners.
  • Two players were brought in to take Clark's place – Elias MacDonald from Burton All Saints in May, and Jimmy Carr from Reading in June.
  • So constraint (2) says that all travel must take place –"i = 1 ... n; j = 1 ... n" formula_7 = 1 if link a is on path r from i to j ; zero otherwise.

music

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E.g.
  • Among their shared interests were music – she loved classical, and he loved jazz.
  • I grew up surrounded by music – everything from jazz and Latin to opera and classical.
  • There's influences from it in my music – I've got some fat, solid, six-part melodies which are very K-poppy."

players

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  • The players – starting at the right of the dealer – choose any stack as their hand.
  • Four players – Herbert Coates, Bill Fraser, Bert Jepson and Johnny McIlwaine – scored seven goals in the league.
  • Haldeman's accusations eventually gained traction, and four players – Devlin, Craver, Al Nichols, and George Hall – were found to have thrown games.

however

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E.g.
  • People often refer Ramanatham bus stand as Tholudur stop – however, Tholudur is 5 km away from this stop.
  • An NTSC system (480i/480p) cannot output PAL (576i/576p) games and DVDs (DVD-Video/DVD-Audio) – however PAL units can display "All Region" NTSC DVDs.
  • Immediately upon hearing of the murder, Roscius Magnus sent a messenger, a certain Mallius Glaucia, to Ameria – however, not to the younger Sextus Roscius, but to Roscius Capito.

game

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E.g.
  • Strategy video game – a genre that emphasizes skillful thinking and planning to achieve victory.
  • Howson made his debut during the game – a 1–0 defeat – entering the field as a 60th-minute substitute.
  • What made King's accomplishments impressive was he did this on the other side of the game – his defense.
E.g.
  • She took part in two matches of the 2016 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship qualification – Group 4.
  • She took part in two matches of the 2015 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship qualification – Elite round Group 3.
  • 1966 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group 8 The four teams in this group played against each other on a home-and-away basis.

between

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E.g.
  • – between which lies the Princes Hall.
  • Hemicelluloses consist of shorter chains – between 500 and 3000 sugar units.
  • Finally, a sixth system was centered near Panama – between November 22 and November 25.

country

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  • The motorway forms the one of the main transit routes of the country – S1/E60.
  • And we know what bish bosh means here in this country – it means job done or sorted.
  • It was claimed that Iran – the donor country – was willing to participate in the project.

thus

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  • Bulgaria has a coastline of about 354 kilometers – thus, naval warfare is not considered a priority.
  • I tried to get them to re-master from the original – but to no avail – thus the apparent poor quality.
  • Lekking is a demanding strategy, as the males often have to bear injuries – thus it is a tactic typically adopted by strong, dominant males.

whose

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  • Thanks to Sanin's aid, the boy – whose name is Emilio – emerges from his faint.
  • Born in 1948, Stephen Weeks – whose childhood was lived mainly in Portsmouth – was early on fascinated by the past.
  • Democrats hoped libertarian candidate Bob Barr – whose home state was Georgia – might take away votes for John McCain and play the role of a spoiler.

film

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  • He also directed a Telugu film – "Chaitanya (1991)".
  • The film – a comedy – concerned conmen trying to steal scientists' purported findings.
  • The second film – "Government" – shows what happens to the same characters when Labour comes to power in 1997.

something

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E.g.
  • They've got it – something magical."
  • Nothing trendy – something real.
  • They're something quite new – something that's never been heard of before".

became

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  • Romita's Spider-Man – more polished and heroic-looking than Ditko's – became the model for two decades.
  • When William Moulton Marston – the original Wonder Woman writer – became terminally ill, Hummel took over.
  • On 14 September 1911 the three were merged and the Head Mistress of Aston – Miss Nimmo – became the new Head.

what

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  • Nine All-Star Games, five Gold Gloves – what exactly is the problem?"
  • History and Meaning of the European flag" by Krzysztof Kowalski, "Being a European – what does it mean?"
  • The original ownership of 'township four, range four' – what became Warren – was vested in Ebenezer King Jr. and Capt.

either

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  • This prevents any part of a hand being crushed near the hinges – either inside or outside.
  • Some comets meet a more spectacular end – either falling into the Sun or smashing into a planet or other body.
  • The book was written about 75 AD, originally in Josephus's "paternal tongue" – either Aramaic or Hebrew – though this version has not survived.

perhaps

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  • The cloud was now much closer – perhaps 50-100 meters away.
  • In 1001, a Danish fleet – perhaps the same fleet from 1000 – returned and ravaged west Sussex.
  • The town church is one of the region's – perhaps one of Germany's – loveliest Classicist churches.

the most

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  • The best – the most robust – were sent to Rome.
  • He has won two Republic prizes – the most important award in the field of creative activity.
  • The first homesteads appeared here in the 1880s – the most notable being that of Felix McHugh.

through

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E.g.
  • Energy input – through shaking, stirring, homogenizing, or exposure to power ultrasound – is needed to form an emulsion.
  • Additionally, he heads the music festival of Rabat, Mawazine – through the "Maroc Culture Association" which he presides –.
  • La Acción Libertaria and Semillas Libertarias made use of the Internet – through blogs and websites – to disseminate information and propaganda.

sometimes

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  • I go every day without fail, and often at night – sometimes stay very late."
  • Arzawa was the western neighbor – sometimes a rival and sometimes a vassal – of the Middle and New Hittite Kingdoms.
  • In the afternoon I'd look after the box office, and at evening help the stage manager and take my part – sometimes three or four parts."

without

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  • By now the police had ordered that Gray was to be shot on sight – without a warning shot.
  • Ryan said that he was "proud" of the agreement because "it reduces the deficit – without raising taxes".
  • Unlike the Apple II series, the power supply was mounted – without its own shell – in a compartment separate from the logic board.

mainly

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  • Proponents – mainly citizen-rights experts and activists (e.g.
  • This led to the importation of indentured labour again – mainly from India, and also China.
  • Rabbit became more frequent, while large mammals – mainly eaten by the Neanderthals – became increasingly rare.

namely

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  • Throughout its time it had several seats – namely, Klis, Solin, Knin, Bijaći and Nin.
  • Agencies therefore began doing the job the studios used to in some respects – namely, assembling films.
  • The members are divided into two classes – namely, Associate Chartered Accountants (ACA) and Fellow Chartered Accountants (FCA).

countries

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  • Only two countries – the United States and South Sudan – have yet to ratify the treaty.
  • That means that English language norms are developed in these countries – English is the first language there.
  • The international network currently has headquarters in five countries – France, Spain, the United States, Canada, and the UK.

men

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  • I'm not going to dress women and undress men – that would be a form of tortured vengeance.
  • The frock coat ("Waffenrock") of the "Jäger" was – for officers and men – cut in the same style as the infantry.
  • We say that glibly all the time about men – their brains are in their trousers – that's what he needs to defeat and can't.

the latter

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  • It shows Cupid untying the girdle of his mother Venus – the latter was modelled on Emma Hart.
  • EELSC were narrowly pipped to the league title during the two years after reformation – the latter amidst controversy over match cancellations/walk-overs.
  • He is nicknamed "Aggers", and, less commonly, "Spiro" – the latter, according to "Debrett's Cricketers' Who's Who", after former US Vice-President Spiro Agnew.

group

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  • Eberhard Nestle distinguished new group – Talismans, and to this group included Uncial 0152.
  • The Han Chinese – the world's largest single ethnic group – outnumber other ethnic groups in every provincial-level division except Tibet and Xinjiang.
  • Eddington believed he had identified an algebraic basis for fundamental physics, which he termed "E-numbers" (representing a certain group – a Clifford algebra).

meaning

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  • Let us assume that the event C has occurred – meaning 'I am happy'.
  • The eve of this day is popularly called "Demera" in Amharic – meaning "Bonfire".
  • Gramble publishes and/or hosts games instead of licensing them – meaning developers maintain full rights to their games.

whether

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E.g.
  • What me must do – whether we teach or write or make films.
  • And as an artist that’s the decision you have to make – whether to be real or synthetic."
  • In some communities – whether Christian, Jewish, Muslim – the practice may even be attributed to religious beliefs."
E.g.
  • Hebrews contains many references to the Old Testament – specifically to its Septuagint text.
  • There is even a competition series in Scotland – the Plastic-and-Foam Fencing FunLeague – specifically for Primary and early Secondary school-age children using this equipment.
  • Nelson Harcliffe receives a letter from an old client in Brazil, Dom Miguel de Pintra, a wealthy man who has retired from business to devote himself to politics – specifically to the republican cause that struggles to replace the Brazilian Empire.
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