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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of air-condition.

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Examples

  • Nobody I have heard of air-conditions the road network, so no fuel savings there!

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • The mega-city has seen suffering as never before and the victims have been middle and lower middle class, enabled recently to buy the cheap Chinese split air-conditions only to see outages lasting for long hours daily.

    Rulers Must Accept Their Failure

  • Because Random House air-conditions its buildings to about 50 below.

    Rot gut and duck.

  • Amenities at Mision de los Arcos (www. misiondelosarcos.com) include air-conditions and cable television.

    Sherry McLeod de Castrillon

  • Along with Mansour Group, Samsung launches cutting edge 'Crystal' and 'Max' air-conditions

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  • They spent the week finding out about the natural air-conditions of a cave, learning about Missouri's poisonous snakes and tracking just a few of the roughly 84,000 Swainson's Warblers left on the planet.

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  • They spent the week finding out about the natural air-conditions of a cave, learning about Missouri's poisonous snakes and tracking just a few of the roughly 84,000 Swainson's Warblers left on the planet.

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  • They spent the week finding out about the natural air-conditions of a cave, learning about Missouri's poisonous snakes and tracking just a few of the roughly 84,000 Swainson's Warblers left on the planet.

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  • To reduce energy bills, specialists add insulation, seal leaks around windows and doors, and modernize heating and air-conditions equipment.

    detnews.com - Local

  • Subscribe with Pageflakes On Monday, thousands of climate activists descended on Washington, D.C., to protest the Capitol Power Plant, a partly coal-fired plant that heats and air-conditions the seat of the US Congress and is the District of Columbia's largest source of air pollution and carbon emissions.

    Christian Science Monitor | Top Stories

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