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  • The 25-year-old recently wanted to save money and hired someone to inject her with Disport, which is a new alternative to Botox.

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  • Disport themselves in heaven and spurn their cells,

    The Georgics

  • I do give unto you this Italian Disport, the which I have turned out of his native attire into this our English habite to the ende the same may be no less familiar to you, and to such other (for your sake) as shall vouchsafe thereof, than it is either to the Italian or the Frenche, and desire that the same may marche abrode under your charge: to whom I recount the protection thereof.

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  • Disport yourselves, soaring very high in the sunny heavens, or take your rest on our roofs.

    A Child's Book of Saints

  • Disport yourselves, little folks; gossip, plump nurses, as you scold your soldiers.

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  • Food and Drug Administration approval to begin marketing Disport, a competitor of Botox designed to reduce facial lines and wrinkles.

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  • So that, taking occasion thereby to shew the good will I have, to pay in parte the debt many yeares due, for that your bountie towards me (the least sparke whereof I am unable to satisfie:) I do give unto you this Italian Disport, the which I have turned out of his native attire into this our English habite to the ende the same may be no less familiar to you, and to such other (for your sake) as shall vouchsafe thereof, than it is either to the Italian or the Frenche, and desire that the same may marche abrode under your charge: to whom I recount the protection thereof.

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