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  • verb Present participle of allude.

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Examples

  • British Foreign Secretary David Miliband was stronger, suggesting sanctions could be a next consideration in a statement saying the six powers remained committed to their "dual track" policy - a term alluding to attempts to engage Iran diplomatically but to turn to sanctions should the first track fail.

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  • British Foreign Secretary David Miliband was stronger, suggesting sanctions could be a next consideration in a statement saying the six powers remained committed to their "dual track" policy - a term alluding to attempts to engage Iran diplomatically but to turn to sanctions should the first track fail.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • British Foreign Secretary David Miliband was stronger, suggesting sanctions could be a next consideration in a statement saying the six powers remained committed to their "dual track" policy - a term alluding to attempts to engage Iran diplomatically but to turn to sanctions should the first track fail.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • British Foreign Secretary David Miliband was stronger, suggesting sanctions could be a next consideration in a statement saying the six powers remained committed to their "dual track" policy - a term alluding to attempts to engage Iran diplomatically but to turn to sanctions should the first track fail.

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  • British Foreign Secretary David Miliband was stronger, suggesting sanctions could be a next consideration in a statement saying the six powers remained committed to their "dual track" policy - a term alluding to attempts to engage Iran diplomatically but to turn to sanctions should the first track fail.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • British Foreign Secretary David Miliband was stronger, suggesting sanctions could be a next consideration in a statement saying the six powers remained committed to their "dual track" policy - a term alluding to attempts to engage Iran diplomatically but to turn to sanctions should the first track fail.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • Dr. Watson in alluding to the mystery of the giant rat of Sumatra, "The world is not yet ready for this story."

    Jared Diamond discusses Collapse.

  • As for policy, the paleolibertarians advocated lower taxes, abolishing welfare, and "elimination of the entire 'civil rights' structure, which tramples on the property rights of every American" -- a sentiment that Rand Paul echoes in alluding to the right of private businesses to practice racial discrimination.

    General Commentary

  • (Perhaps in alluding to the expression of "consciousness," Smith is actually referring to the creation of consciousness in fictional characters, the pursuit of "psychological realism," but this is not how I read the passage in question.)

    Style in Fiction

  • They called it Magnum Photos, the name alluding to Roman nobility, firearms, and champagne.

    Magnum Opus

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