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- v. Common misspelling of metastasize.
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At a certain point, a cancer can also gain the ability to escape from its point of origin and "metastisize", or spread.
Though clashes between police and protesters continued Saturday evening, it was still difficult to determine whether the fighting would metastisize into the large-scale violence that killed more than 40 people late last month and nearly threatened the timetable for Egypt's first post-revolutionary parliamentary elections.
To encourage the greed to metastisize ala McCain's cure smells like a set up like a set up to me.
But we'd be fools to ignore the fact that Bush vs Gore is a cancer that has the potential to metastisize very rapidly if this election is as close as we expect it to be.
I am not sure if you have cancerous tumors. is that what the doctor said? benign = non life threatening malignant = life threatening (able to metastisize) … you know you …
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