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- verb obsolete To
bear, give birth to. (Usually in past participle.)
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- noun a city in western Germany near the Dutch and Belgian borders; formerly it was Charlemagne's northern capital
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Spectators of a car race in Brazil on Sunday were t aken off guard when the bleacher they were sitting in collapsed.
Brazil Bleacher Collapse VIDEO: More Than 100 Hurt In Parana
"[T] aken as a whole, cogent piece of work, Paris makes an underwhelming survey of the state of the art house - nothing here even whiffs at the rarified abjection found in Antonioni's segment in 1953's similarly conceived, Rome-set L'Amore in citta," writes Nick Pinkerton at indieWIRE.
Everybody -- they represent -- they represented the whole federation, all four provinces and as aken schmear (ph) and they asked me to do this.
Napamahal na sa aken ng todo-todo ang bansang iyon.
Sõitsin läbi linna uue punase Fiat Pandaga, aken natuke lahti, mängimas Viva L'Italia.
"Hmm. It is a matter of paying a little less attention to what she says and more to the tone of her voice and the look in her eyes, the way she moves," Sit-aken-te explained.
Surely Sit-aken-te would stare at her in uncomprehending astonishment.
The lily pads moved a little as Sit-aken-te shrugged.
Only Sit-aken-te was there, and the lanky young woman waved languidly at Peri from where she was immersed up to her neck in cool water.
"So have others, on both sides," Sit-aken-te pointed out with justification.
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