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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. Medieval Latin

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Examples

  • Acting Insp Tony Carabetta, from WA Police's specialist services division, said all drivers caught in the photos had been charged, had their vehicles impounded and received licence suspensions with fines of up to $1800.

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  • He said the owners, one of whom State Police identified as Audrey Carabetta, were soon reunited with Shadow, when a Monson police officer brought the dog to their home.

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  • Pearl said Carabetta hugged him and that the whole family was thrilled to find Shadow alive.

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  • Carabetta oversaw the students 'work and this year, seniors Kevin Nickl and Martina Desnoyers joined the project team, replacing graduates Chau and Pray.

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  • "The original incarnation was written last spring and the students this year picked up from last year and got it to the point where it was fully functional," Carabetta said.

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  • "When someone posted a bid, it was displayed within a 10th of a second and nobody else could make that same bid," Carabetta said.

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  • And because they hand pick their staffs based on an appreciation for movies and the ability to converse about them, customers like Carabetta usually leave happy.

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