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- n. Plural form of surface.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of surface.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
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Now that it is the greater congruity of one of the two _contiguous fluids_, then of the other, to the containing _solid_, that causes the separating surfaces to be thus or thus figured: And that it is not because this or that figurated surface is more proper, natural, or peculiar to one of these fluid bodies, then to the other, will appear from this; that the same _fluids_ will by being put into differing _solids_, change their _surfaces_.
Two doses daily, immediately followed by rubbing our patented remover across all wrinkled skin surfaces will leave you looking, and feeling, young again!
One problem that soon surfaces is the movie's certitude.
I would tell the 12 year old me in 1976 that running on hard surfaces is going land you on a pair of crutches when you are 45 … run on grass, work your core, ride a bike, you do not have run every single day. datingjesus
His movement on all surfaces is better, his serve is bigger and his backhand, particularly crosscourt, more dangerous.
- The cleaning of mirror surfaces is resolved – many studies forget this aspect.
And to savour Japan, it makes most sense to seek out its privacies, its secret corners; until I came here, I never realised that the society famous for its conformist surfaces is – for that very reason, perhaps – a home to wild obsessives, who have collected every King Crimson bootleg in existence or will show you their collection of videos of ancient Hawaii Five-O episodes.
Goldsmith says consumers may need to wipe down certain surfaces, such as a black glass stovetop, a second time with a clean wet cloth.
If the news media wishes to breathlessly report each time Palin surfaces to espouse her predictable points on guns, God, gays, abortion and the flag, that's fine.
Finding choice, better-date early 20th century gold coins with original surfaces is challenging.
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