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  • adj. Promoting concretion.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Promoting concretion.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Causing to concrete; having power to produce concretion; tending to form a solid mass from separate particles: as, “concretive juices,”

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  • Rufus Wheatgrass: Actually, I'm, not all that concretive … the left just likes to bunch us all ... chrisgraham: An apology would do him no good with your cohort, I'm guessing.

    Augusta Free Press

  • I am not really in the comparisons with the third quarter of '08, I'm more interested in the concretive quarterly trend?

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • Two questions, one just a little more clarity in the insurance and if that is had be concretive have there been any more changes since the end of the quarter, I'm not sure I'd understood that exactly if you seen any increased activities, but second could you give us an update on just the e-mail business and also the cloud computing business and the progress there?

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