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  • n. Plural form of extraction.

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Examples

  • May I remind ourselves as well as our visitor of, this fact, that in the case of both countries we are in a sense the melting-pot, and in that melting-pot there are various ingredients, but in the northern part of this hemisphere, I am glad to think that-so far at least as to the admixture, extractions from the British Isles are of a preponderating quality.

    World Conspiracy Against Anglo-American Friendship

  • Before the Games begin, the medical team will practise what Cohen calls "extractions" -- the art of removing a patient's helmet after an accident without damaging the neck or spine.

    University of Toronto -- News@UofT

  • As home values plunged, equity "extractions" - cash generated by refinancing, home equity loans or outright sales - fell by 34 percent last year in Sacramento, according to MDA DataQuick.

    SACRAMENTO LAND(ING)

  • But it still pays for extractions, that is, tooth-pulling.

    Medicaid Cuts Hurt At The State Level

  • For the Esthetician, the extractions are the best part!

    How to make your face happy for $97 « knitnut.net

  • For dental treatment, such as extractions and fillings, the prisoners go to

    Work Camp 10925 GW

  • What kind of extractions do you think Voinovich or Murkowski would have demanded to get their vote?

    Matthew Yglesias » Halter’s Long Odds

  • Ms. Hittleman usually leaves pore-cleansing "extractions" to professionals, but sometimes, when she has time, she fills a bowl with hot water and either a couple of chamomile-tea bags or a few drops of lavender oil, puts a towel over her head, and lets the steam from the bowl wash over her face for three to five minutes.

    A Beauty-Expert Mom Finds Some 'Me Time'

  • MIDLAND - Despite a 2008 election promise that guaranteed free dental care for Ontario workers who can't afford basic services such as extractions and fillings, Premier Dalton

    SIMCOE - Home

  • The 46-member team from New York University (NYU) College of Dentistry has been administering free care, such as extractions, fillings, root canals and reconstructive surgery to hundreds of Grenadians - mostly children and the elderly.

    Caribbean Net News Daily Headlines

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