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  • noun dust

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Examples

  • On 30 March a British and American force under Commander Sturdee, along with about one hundred Samoans supporting chief Malietoa under Lieutenant Gaunt, made their way along the coast driving small numbers of Mata'afa's men before them.

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  • The upshot of all this activity was the establishment of Samoan, American and British forces along the coast while Mata'afa's Samoan forces and the Germans were firmly entrenched in the interior.

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  • On the first of April, and no doubt feeling full of confidence at the ease with which they were forcing Mata'afa's forces off the coast, they pursued him inland.

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  • Aza adino fa be dia be ny olona efa tsy nihinana sakafo afa-tsy indray mandeha sy tapany isan'andro na latsak'izay aza raha tsy hiresaka afa-tsy ny ao Tana sy ny manodidina fotsiny aza. "

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  • Aza adino fa be dia be ny olona efa tsy nihinana sakafo afa-tsy indray mandeha sy tapany isan'andro na latsak'izay aza raha tsy hiresaka afa-tsy ny ao Tana sy ny manodidina fotsiny aza. "

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  • Other beef buyers, such as Costco and afa Foods, a Pennsylvania firm that supplies beef to restaurants, use similar programs.

    Fast-food standards for meat top those for school lunches

  • Dmitri must blog ASAP and give the inside story about this afa(h)k (e.g. who organized this, why, and how he fits into the why).

    Williams Testifies in US Senate

  • O le afa, ua taalili ai le ulu vao, ua pa mai le faititili.

    Vailima Letters

  • Slavonic, the oldest written dialect, is regarded as established by several eminent scholars, such as [vS] afa [vr] ik, Schleicher, Leskien and Brugman, and by many Russian philologists.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 "Bulgaria" to "Calgary"

  • Mr. Bardel; who returned to Gondar in September, 1863, with an answer from the French Secretary for Foreign Affairs, whom he described to Theodore as the mouthpiece (_afa negus_) of Napoleon.

    Narrative of Captivity in Abyssinia with Some Account of the Late Emperor the Late Emperor Theodore, His Country and People

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