from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To turn in or inward.
- n. The act or process of turning in.
- n. The act of a wrestler when he puts his thigh between the tights of his opponent, and lists him up.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of a wrestler when he puts his thigh between the thighs of his adversary, and lifts him up.
Hate brings about fear which inturn causes more hate.
Which inturn has hurt our nation more then most Americans understand or will know.
So TZ only gets to “better for consuemrs” by omitting the implied “better for producers, which is inturn ....”
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Sarah, do you even understand what you are talking about before you read to Bristol the script your assistant writes on your palm, who inturn translates it into coherent english on your facebook??!!!
Let me examine your three arguments against regulators more specifically inturn.
So TZ only gets to “better for consuemrs” by omitting the implied “better for producers, which is inturn....”
These are the life of the small bussiness which inturn are the life of the larger companies .
If Harris had come running up to the men clearly indicating a willingness to fight it is much more likely that they, inturn, would have responded agressively.
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