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- n. Obsolete spelling of witting.
- v. Present participle of wite.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Knowledge.
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A whole language program includes everything and usually starts at the most basic witing and comperhesion level.
"Soon" is the word that people all over the U. S have been witing to hear.
I got them standing up asked what job they wanted to apply for, where is was, what the salary was, blah de blah then asked them to create a new identity for themsleves i.e. name, gender, nationality, educational background and experience and use that as the basis of the role play, witing the CV and covering letter.
The knowledge that Tananarive was witing for me when I got back.
Though its looks less likely, she wouldn't mind witing a month or so before dropping out.
Although witing this recap is my last official act as WHB boss, WHB will be continuing under the direction of the lovely and talented Haalo.
I'm still witing my weekly dating column for egay. com, which is where most of my online writing about my boyfriend winds up rather than here, since they pay me for it.
Mainstream America laughed at a bunch of Blacks and Latino kids and young adults witing their names or creating an alias and trying to put it up every and anywhere it could be seen and recognized by as many people as possible we are NOT invisible, carrying huge radios on their shoulders or spinning on their backs on makeshift flooring made with refrigator boxes on the corner .
In response to the anonymous post of 5:07 am, the only thing I have to add is that the process of us witing for this class of trainers becoming 'eventually extinct' could take decades.
Some companies are using "alternative" models, which is sometimes code language for creepy looking goth people who look like they are witing to die.
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