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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of brilliantine.
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Evidently not — as evidenced by the brilliantines who exposed their something other than dissatisfaction with health care animus in these classic exchanges ...
What brilliantines came up with and said “Yah!” to the silly-ass tacks of pushing the plagiarism angle which blew up in her face with the “Xerox” and closing “I'll be fine” lines?
The principal cloths in this classification are cotton, warp figured melroses, Florentines, glacés, brilliantines, lusters, alpacas, and mohairs; rainproof cloths, and fancy waistings, and in these may be found the same great variety of weaves and patterns that is to be found in the piece-dyed goods already described.