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  • transitive v. to add ions.

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  • v. add ions to

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  • I'm the first to recognize that the resources my office brings are disproport ­­ionate to the generosity of the Iranian Government and people, he stated.

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  • Sunset Malibu's detox program is hands on 24 hours a day and is done in an extremely gentle, comp ionate and ...

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  • Abfalom fled to I'almai, to the King of Geihur, and he continued at the Court of his Grand-father three years; at this time David's fond and affc8: ionate difpofition began to relent, he regreted his abfence, and his banifliment, he Commiflioned Joab, his Gcneril, to bring back his Son, and fent him for that purpofe to Gefliur;

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  • Marcellin and Madeleine Castaing were pass­ionate ab­out art and they took it upon themselves to buy Soutine’s works AND to have him as a guest in their rural property near Chart­res every year from 1930 on.

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  • ­ionate to or incommensu­rate with the performers vegetablelollipop: Whenever I see James Franco perform, something about his acting ljblinddog 4 minutes ago 12:12 PM

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  • I am your mod affe (3: ionate hufband, and obedient fervant,

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