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- v. To make bold; to embolden.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To make bold; to encourage; to embolden.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make bold; give confidence; encourage.
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When the President mentioned cuts in human spaceflight bolden could have made a scientific reason to keep it stable, however he could not think of one reason other then counsel the president like a lobbiest.
To date, nominees that were former policitians seem to have that problem, which Lampson fits. bolden was in business with Abbey on some sort of Water Venture which I think owed money to some contracted efforts.
Then the lack of publicity over a period of time would quiet his nerves and bolden him to the point where he would start killing again.
In the beginning, as to say: _I-doon_ for _doon, endanger_ for _danger, embolden_ for _bolden_.
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But yet I would not have this bolden you to serve another so:
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Since you are so close to him, instead of going on another teams newspaper with your silly rant, why dontcha just give your old buddy Ray a call and tell him how you feel about him!! trade suggs to arizona for anquan bolden resign ray go after peppers and what happen with McClain the leading rusher what happened to staying with what got you there?
I read the bolden quotes, plan on reading the rest soon.
Articles agreed upon by the Archbishops and Bishops of both Provinces, and the whole Cleargie in the Convocation bolden at London in the yeare 1562.