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- v. Present participle of place.
- n. The action of the verb to place
- n. The condition of being placed
- n. The position of a competitor at the end of a race
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Now "voice placing" depends primarily on correct _vowel placing_, which in turn depends on proper adjustment of the resonators, which again depends chiefly on the positions and motions of the organs of articulation.
These men, however, working in the great yards, eating their meals near them in an irregular and restless way, form clubs and associations which lead not seldom to strikes — blunders which we call placing ourselves _en
Both games sold more than double any other title placing on the list.
MY is fundamentally wrong in placing his faith in the sort of monetary policies that brought us into the mess and have been redoubled in trying to fix it.
Wars he joined other VFW members in placing U.S. flags along downtown streets.
"There are also risks involved in placing the [casing] so we have to evaluate all the elements to make the final decision," Mr. Golborne said.
For securities firms, being a top-ranked bookrunner tends to attract more business, not only in placing deals but in secondary market trading.
Rex, while it's true that the Pullman de Morelos website is a bit unusual in placing the DESTINO menu to the left of the ORIGEN menu on its schedules search page, it does say, for today, for example, in the search results;
Armstrong's overall placing is fourth, 30 seconds behind Leipheimer.
At that point, Bennett said, he would be willing to entertain placing undocumented immigrants into a temporary worker program that allowed them to come and go across the country's borders.
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