- n. a diploma given for vocational training that prepares the student for a career in a particular area; good students may progress to a course leading to a degree
“[Also, I would add 'hnd' and 'obj' to the localized variables list.]”
“WAMtn hunter; Hope you correct on the one hnd knives.”
“On the other hnd, he believes very deeply in the innovations of Vatican II.”
“It is not important that a R be running against this piece of dog excrement, it does not matter if there is no election at hnd, it is important for the R brand to start pointing out at every chance why Democrats are wrong.”
“The UN air and military embargo was imposed in 1992 after Libya refused to hnd over two suspects wanted in Britain and the United”
“After food hnd a bath, Lucy gratefully accepted the bed Amanda offered.”
“By the time, sitting together on the sofa, -y hnd finished drinking and he had leaned forward and kissed r gently but firmly on the lips, she knew what would happen.”
“Considerably more puzzling, however, was the fact that the day before this resplendent creature hnd been hidden beneath a thick layer of iron-hard rock.”
“He replied thereto that he hnd heard the same, and would make answer.”
The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803 — Volume 02 of 55 1521-1569 Explorations by Early Navigators, Descriptions of the Islands and Their Peoples, Their History and Records of the Catholic Missions, as Related in Contemporaneous Books and Manuscripts, Showing the Political, Economic, Commercial and Religious Conditions of Those Islands from Their Earliest Relations with European Nations to the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century
“But in spite of all that had happened, my hnd went down to my pocket again where to my dismay it met nothing metallic except two rusty old keys, and I remembered that amidst our talk in the guest-hall at Hammersmith I had taken the cash out of my pocket to show to the pretty Annie, and had left it lying there.”
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