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- adj. changeable; fickle
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Changeable; fickle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Changeable; fickle.
*Pack sparklee clean gery matter back into hed bonz*
It is also a pivotal moment in her compelling new book, "Beauty Junkies: Inside Our $15 Billion Obsession With Cosmetic Sur-gery" (Doubleday).
Network haha . . . does cahsing a CNN check do something to your gery matter?
Now Ford has to have Tommy John sur-gery and will miss the next year ...
Just because it had taken place in his brain as a result of the operation didn't mean it would recur whenever similar sur-gery was performed on a fellow modified Gossuutian.
Command was as yet unwilling to expose the restored Humans, most of whom were still feeling the aftereffects of cosmetic sur-gery, to the risks of an extended assault and possible sub'sequent recapture.
Nevertheless, it is not by chance that, though a doctor of medicine, Vesalius, the reformer of human anatomy, was professor of sur - gery at the University of Padua.
My modder an 'my sister getting all times an-gery account I don' dance.
The follow - gery, it will be serious enough to overcome limited tort in ing benefits must be available for purchase but coverage most of the counties in Pennsylvania. is not mandatory: it is harder to require whether injuries that do not require •
Sorry gery, I like u, but definitely, I'll skip this one.
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