from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To cut; to separate and remove.
- v. To resolve or break up, as by medicines.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To cut; to separate and remove; to resolve or break up, as by medicines.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To cut into.
- In medicine, to resolve or disperse, as a coagulated humor.
- To fall upon, as a ray of light upon a surface; impinge; have incidence.
- To have effect upon.
"I expect the Beatles will get their own collection; possibly to co-incide with an aniversary or whatever."
I expect the Beatles will get their own collection; possibly to co-incide with an aniversary or whatever.
I can only excuse it by saying that I did have an idea that the angles of cone and pillar might co-incide (or whatever angles do in The World of Geometry).
Anywho, I assume they are pushing it back to fall to try to co-incide with WotLK release, hoping to grab players from wow that cant be bothered with the grind from 70 to 80 just to do it all over again.
This year, Gabriella is going for a sexy new image to co-incide with the release of her 2nd album.
The Eurovision song contest in Moscow happened to co-incide with the Bilderberg meeting.
Warming and cooling graphs co-incide EXACTLY with changes in the above-mentioned balance.
It struck me at the when the route was published that if the line of the tunnel were extended a little further, it would co-incide with Univer-city above, and the use of elevator / escalator connection to a station at that location would surely be a direct solution and I believe, if viable , would have a signifacant impact on ridership of the Evergreen line.
"Isn't it cool to be a popular world leader - you can incide public opinion against anyone you want."
Isn't it cool to be a popular world leader - you can incide public opinion against anyone you want.
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