- v. present participle of ire.
“In 2008, it bought Mahwah, N. J.-based Datascope Patient Monitoring for $200 million, acqu iring a direct sales force and expertise in navigating the U.S. regulatory process.”
“The manifesto seemed like an inspiring message for young Germans returning from war and for foreign students looking for better careers.”
“Hey, imagine about a gun with the facility of iring according to our needs.”
“Nurse was right, 'said Nuttie, turning deadly pale, and standing as if before a iring platoon.”
“I 'members the day," said Dummie, with the zeal of a clansman, "when the Mug took a paper all to itsel 'instead o' 'iring it by the job like!”
“March 19th, 2008 at 3: 00 pm snooper Says: the iring is cool all and but this product will never be out in stores, apple just wont let you this iring is probably just a mock up”
“March 15th, 2010 at 1: 59 pm dakota Says: when does the iring come out? how mutch will it cost? what colors will it come in?”
“After you've put a number of in-depth, intelligent questions to your interviewer, your last question should always focus on the next steps in the h iring process.”
“All sorts of classic eighties hits get n iring on two dancefloors, from Kraftwerk, Soft Cell and Madonna to Kool The Gang and Prince.”
“Tommie: this file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action what do i do about this error message when trying to download iring fotostuf: Your story sounds a little like mine ...”
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