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- n. waving
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. Waving.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Imitation of waves; laying in curls or rolls.
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Perhaps the delay was caused by the controversy surrounding the portrait of Joshua Smith in 1943.
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[F] ounding [F] athers who wrote the [C] onstitution were devoted Christians.
As for 'service learning,' if we spent more time teaching the philosophical and spiritual motivations of the Pilgrims and other immigrants to our land and the [F] ounding [F] athers, and examined their writings without redaction as some textbooks have done, the principles of service and sacrifice would become immediately apparent.
But s ounding plausible to the ignorant is a rather low hurdle for a journalist to set himself.
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