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- n. Plural form of spot.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of spot.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. spots before the eyes caused by opaque cell fragments in the vitreous humor and lens
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Lowdown: Sunrise, while unnecessarily complex in spots, is a Hollywood thriller with a cyberpunk heart.
The competition for the other four spots is among Carpenter, Tim Hudson of Oakland, Aaron Sele and Freddy Garcia of Seattle,
I’d have to say the PotV, while a little stiff and sort of lame in spots, is a tentative hit.
Â The art, by Brent Anderson, though quirky in spots, is dead on, making certain that Beautie’s proportions and joints work exactly the way the doll who inspires her does (trust me, I have a four year old, there’s a B — – doll six inches from my foot right now …) Âand I simply love the hero designs he and Alex Ross create.
Arnold Schwarzenegger at the annual Women's Conference, NBC's Matt Lauer raised the idea of both candidates pulling their negative campaign spots from the airwaves.
Just when the ground was making appearances in spots or small areas partous after being continuously covered by snow for over a month, along came seemingly endless rain making the snow a mushy covering hiding or revealing slush which itself is retarding the flow of the thin layer of water beneath.
Now we need some guest spots from the Christopher Guest gang.
I watched a very capable troupe perform the play in spots through out the park.
Robert nodded and walked around the tractor, green paint worn off in spots around the hitch.
The other problem is that the white spots from the high gloss glaze detract from the overall image.
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