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- v. Present participle of accompany.
- n. gerund of accompany
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. following or accompanying as a consequence
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Well, then the Smithsonian will have to alter the text that is on the label accompanying the bust of Margaret Sanger that is located in the National Portrait Gallery.
In a label accompanying an article Friday, Accenture was incorrectly called a financial-services company.
He was a doctor of very fair reputation in Westchester County, and I recognized every characteristic of his as mentioned by Miss Graham, save the frenzy which she described as accompanying his address.
There will be a label accompanying the ads, linked to information about the data that is collected and used to display the ads.
Although it’s likely off-putting to see such an expression accompanying grave news, always be sensitive to the context and respond appropriately.
As always, there is no end to the delight in accompanying Isabel as she makes her way toward the heart of every problem: philosophizing, sleuthing, and downright snooping, in her inimitableand inimitably charmingfashion.
Why should they be interested in accompanying you there?
My blog title accompanying this article is also labeled “Obama is a Coward!”
Clay I have not tried Sweets 16 but I believe that inhaling too much Sweets 7.62 will undoubtedly create irreversable liver damage with a dramatic elevation in accompanying enzymes.
And the terms accompanying these quizzes — not to mention the privacy policies governing most social networking sites — can often be filled with complicated legal terms, and can even change without notice.
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