from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of exit.
- v. Common misspelling of exciting.
- n. The action of the verb to exit.
- n. Common misspelling of exciting.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Morgan Stanley's interest in exiting CICC came to light as early as 2007, but the bank is still waiting for approval from regulators to sell its stake.
ABC – always be closing as in exiting clown! single mom
If modification of any of the operating parameters of the device is performed, it will be asked if it is required put these changes into effect, before exiting from the Configuration menu:
May 12th, 2008 10: 25 am ET yes she need you advice, teach her how to exit like what you did. you did it twice you must be an expect in exiting
One should always match bullet and calibre to the game, I don't belive in exiting bullets, I as do the older people, the bullet should stay inside ..
For instance, at the intersection of Hydraulic and 29, a parallel road is built under the intersection that trucks or other users can take if they have no interest in exiting on Hydraulic or nearby businesses.
Exiting from positivism — casting aside the possibility of art’s going back to the moment at which sensation becomes sign — is in practice exiting from the hope of art’s inhabiting a public, fully translatable world.
"It's not a question of the northern nations paying for lazy southerners," Mr. Papaconstantinou told a conference in Paris, adding that "neither the government, neither the Greek people have the idea of exiting the euro zone."
Sen Obama has said that he will use extraordinary care in exiting.
He was the one who initiated the idea of exiting the EPP, and sent his envoy to various countries - Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic inter alia - to arrange a cross national plan to leave the federalist agenda behind.
Wordnik is becoming a not-for-profit! Read our announcement here.