from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of perfect.
- n. The process of printing on both sides of the printed-on material during its single pass through the printing press.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Printing on both sides.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The Education Ministry is now involved in what it calls perfecting the system, by virtue of which the time will come when there will be 12 years of study instead of 13 -- 6 in elementary school, 3 in intermediate and 3 in pre-university on an average.
July 16th, 2009 1: 45 pm ET if he should take a course in perfecting his english pronounciation, and out of respect: GET off your fat ass when speaking to a lady ..... southerners after all, that Kyl guy also without a jacket ....
This information will be very helpful in perfecting my historical profile image.
Hits “Its innovation is in perfecting simple functionality.” —
Thanks for the recipe (and your diligent efforts in perfecting it).
A great number of workers would be engaged perpetually in perfecting this index of human knowledge and keeping it up to date.
These developers are often under a lot of pressure to quickly get their products to market, and do not invest enough time in perfecting their software.
The approach worked, but was difficult, with Zhihua investing almost a year in perfecting the conditions needed to detect minute amounts of the tracer in cortical neurons.
While the 15 litres of argon was being purified, Dr. Hampson had succeeded in perfecting his machine; and he placed at our disposal about a litre of liquid air.
This procedure will be adopted to enable all to participate in perfecting this legislation in a practical way.
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