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  • Acclimated to the open collar, today's professional is more likely to welcome summer as an opportunity to skip the tie altogether.

    The Ties That Shine

  • Acclimated meant going to a couple of parties at the Foreign Office, where we stood around in vast rooms hung with paintings of Hanoverian monarchs and prime ministers called Pitt the Younger and Earl Grey drinking good claret and eating smoked salmon in aspic.

    Dream State

  • Acclimated genitalia can be purchased through auto garages or alike auto food which advertise acclimated parts.

    Buy Auto Parts Online

  • Acclimated auto parts are awash by gas stations but the affection of these genitalia are not so good.

    Used Car Parts in the USA

  • Acclimated by birth to the coldest region of the temperate zone, and naturally of a hardy constitution, I found it not so difficult to endure the rigors of the Arctic temperature as I had supposed.

    Mizora: A Prophecy A MSS. Found Among the Private Papers of the Princess Vera Zarovitch

  • Acclimated by years of confinement in the zoological gardens, they were fitted to resume in England the wild existence for which nature had intended them, and once free, had evidently bred prolifically, in marked contrast to the captive exotics of twentieth century Pan-America, which had gradually become fewer until extinction occurred some time during the twenty-first century.

    The Lost Continent

  • Acclimated by years of confinement in the zoological gardens, they were fitted to resume in England the wild existence for which nature had intended them, and once free, had evidently bred prolifically, in marked contrast to the captive exotics of twentieth century

    The Lost Continent

  • This is a verb (degree - Acclimate - Acclimated - Acclimated - Acclimating) that means - To adapt to a different climate or environment.

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  • Acclimated more to the free-wheeling intellectual environment of her Oxford studies than the regimentation of law school, "She did not do particularly well on her first-semester examinations.

    For Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan, a history of pragmatism over partisanship

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