Did you perchance mean preform?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An item in a sentence, typically a pronoun, verb, or adverb, that substitutes for a constituent phrase or clause, as the words he and so in the sentence He said so, with the pronoun he replacing a noun phrase such as the president and the adverb so replacing a clause such as that he would leave today.
- n. alternative spelling of pro-form.
“You can say "Whatever You want", the judgement of the Lord will be on those "Murders" who proform abortion and those who follow through on it.”
“You and your union brothers and sisters are a necessary evil needed only to proform such services for the taxpayers that the private sector can not do.”
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“That's right .. even as ELITE as I am, I still must proform the same bodily fuctions that you do.”
“Indeed, this consensus sequence could be found in the premature, inactive proform of several proteins, which are processed by serine endoproteases, namely proprotein convertases (PCs).”
“Conchords proform their acid tribute to David Bowie.”
“The mighty folk comedy duo New Zealand's Flight Of The Conchords proform their acid tribute to”
“The Ile44 in mouse pro-Crp4 - (20-92) removes nine acidic amino acids that collectively block the membrane-disruptive behavior of the Crp4 moiety of the proform.”
“That all depends on two key factors, the first one is his competency to proform the job of Secretary of Treasury.”
“In this study, we describe an endoglycosidase H-deglycosylated form of TPP1 containing four Asn-linked N-acetylglucosamines that is indistinguishable from fully glycosylated TPP1 in terms of autocatalytic processing of the proform and enzymatic properties of the mature protease.”
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