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  • Abdicate (v.), to give up all hope of ever having a flat stomach.

    6 posts from February 2008

  • Abdicate (v.), to give up all hope of ever having a flat stomach.

    Neologisms

  • It was a Supreme Court decision to cancel the privatization of the country's prison system, and it was influenced by an Eretz Acheret cover story: "Can the State Abdicate Its Role as Responsible for the Correctional System?"

    David Suissa: Jon Stewart, Meet Bambi

  • Abdicate (v.), to give up all hope of ever having a flat stomach.

    Neologisms

  • It was a Supreme Court decision to cancel the privatization of the country's prison system, and it was influenced by an Eretz Acheret cover story: "Can the State Abdicate Its Role as Responsible for the Correctional System?"

    David Suissa: Jon Stewart, Meet Bambi

  • It was a Supreme Court decision to cancel the privatization of the country's prison system, and it was influenced by an Eretz Acheret cover story: "Can the State Abdicate Its Role as Responsible for the Correctional System?"

    David Suissa: Jon Stewart, Meet Bambi

  • It was a Supreme Court decision to cancel the privatization of the country's prison system, and it was influenced by an Eretz Acheret cover story: "Can the State Abdicate Its Role as Responsible for the Correctional System?"

    David Suissa: Jon Stewart, Meet Bambi

  • Abdicate reading entirely if that's what you seek in books.

    Excerpt from Urdoxa 2.0

  • It was a Supreme Court decision to cancel the privatization of the country's prison system, and it was influenced by an Eretz Acheret cover story: "Can the State Abdicate Its Role as Responsible for the Correctional System?"

    David Suissa: Jon Stewart, Meet Bambi

  • It was a Supreme Court decision to cancel the privatization of the country's prison system, and it was influenced by an Eretz Acheret cover story: "Can the State Abdicate Its Role as Responsible for the Correctional System?"

    David Suissa: Jon Stewart, Meet Bambi

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  • to step down as from a high office: The king abdicated his throne and left the country. (newbury house dictionary)

    October 30, 2010