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- v. (obsolete) interest
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To interest or affect.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To interest; concern; affect; especially, to concern or affect deeply.
- n. Interest; concern; deep concern.
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Maybe Warner Bros or Paramount shows interess in co-produce and release this picture. giantyoda
Mrs. Peckover had, in fact, the reputation of being wealthy; she was always inheriting, always accumulating what her friends called 'interess,' never expending as other people needs must.
A very distress motive, truly, but for the matter of that, you've not so much to boast of your friend Wou'dbe, if what I have been told of him is true; for I have heard say, he and the fine beast of a gentleman, Sir John Toddy, have joined interess.
Nachdem Du Dich hier so massiv äusserst, würde mich interess ieren, für welchen Kunden Du a rbeitest, um die Hinterg [...]
I just do not think that a multi-billionaire has my best interess at heart.
Niskanta li hafna minnhom ma juru l-ebda interess fl-elezzjonijiet ghall-gid taghhom stess.
Kemm fil-kaz ta 'Guantanamo u kif ukoll fuq din ta' l-immigrazzjoni ħadd minnhom ma vvota kontra l-interess ta 'pajjiżna ...
M ` hemmx dubju li l-Membri Parlamentari Ewropej ikunu qeghdin jaghmlu l-agenda taghhom bil-ghan ewlieni u genwien fl-ahjar interess tal-Ewropej.
L-ewwel l-interess tiehgek bhala prim ministru ghadnu jkun lejn il-Maltin li eleggewk.
#The interess in portraing people who difere from mainstream culture, an heterogenic mix of opinions, postures and values always fascinated me.
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