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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of adjust.


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  • As Florin adjusts to his new life, he learns many things.

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  • Here, the media simply "adjusts" them to match the results and the government disregards them.

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  • It's the same mainstream that arbitrarily "adjusts" interest rates and charges usurious fees for overdrafts and late payments.

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  • So that in some ways kind of adjusts for the severity of the Q4 move.

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  • As time goes by, Hansen "adjusts" his data to reflect cooler early and warmer later temperatures in his datasets while at the same time he lowers his "computer model" projections.

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  • Be intersting to see how that scumbag slug Buju "adjusts" to prison life … …


  • Of course, we are supposed to believe that the desire is broader than that, and surely among conservative ideologues it has now become a religion that there is a thing called a market, this vast abstract power - much like the mana of the Trobriand islanders - and that it "adjusts" ever upward.

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  • When the market "adjusts" radically like it has lately, it's because of new information.

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  • I noticed a fairly loud CLICKING sound as the receiver identifies the source of the needed sound and automatically "adjusts" to its preset sound field that it believes best.

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  • NZ climate scandal: NIWA "adjusts" records to show warming



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