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- v. To pick out.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To pick out.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To pick out; excerpt.
An untitled excerp was found that is beleived to have been recorded by folk singing legend, Bob Dillon.
Mare Kandre: "The Woman and Dr Dreuf" - two excerp...
And for the record, it was a link to an article, with an excerp.
I just excerp here and there, to convince you, if after this you need it, that Cotton was a first rate.
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The Times excerp was about John's Podesta's prognostications as promulgated in the book … …. not Obama's inaugural speech.
Found this excerp in a dictionary …” crisp: (esp. of food) firm and fresh; not soft or wilted: a crisp leaf of lettuce.”
A rocket from nasa, excerp: (Metal has no DNA; machines have no genes.
To add veracity here is Wikipedia's contribution on Execution in China - a relevant excerp: meta name = "ProgId" content = "Word.
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