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- n. Plural form of phase.
- n. Plural form of phasis.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Plural of phasis.
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One of a phases is a brand new SSC, though there is a lot happening behind a scenes.
HotSeat will be deployed in phases where the 802. 11n Cisco Unified Wireless Network is available.
I see that all the progranda machines are spending millions using buzz words, spin phases, fear tactis, to do what every it take to stop health care reform.
We'd like to build in phases, over several years, as we can afford it.
My writing group has a term for that period every writer goes through in phases: the "I Suck" phase, where you can't imagine anyone would ever want to read what you've written.
My boyfriend gets obsessed with things, and it'll usually get pretty intense, and go in phases, like for a few months all he did was buy Alien figurines and we'd watch the Alien movies, then it was all Terminator.
The Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders has been constructing the Barnegat Branch trail in phases with the first two sections completed.
If, he said, fundraising efforts fall short, the museum could be built in phases, with the first buildings opening in 2014.
Although Obama had previously expressed skepticism of Bush's approach, he directed the Pentagon to build a more extensive and flexible missile shield for Europe that will be built in phases between now and 2020.
We like to think in phases but [military operations and peace talks] have to work in tandem, said a military official.
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