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  • [Page 193] cise is not certain, as it was in the solid cylindrical insets.

    The Montessori Method

  • I pay quite a bit of atten­tion to the news, but i find acti­vate reminds me of some of the other smart sto­ries. con­cise, which is the best thing about the best sites online. bravo!

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  • The root of the verb comes from the Latin cise or cide, meaning to cut, as in incise, circumcise and most importantly in this context, to decide.

    Michael Rovner: Decisions, Decisions

  • She also tells us that running is good “extra-cise

    What words have your kids coined that ought to be in common use? - 22 Words

  • Also worth checking out are the collaborations with cise starr and nujabes (of samurai champloo and amerie remix fame) on the nujabes album (the name of which escapes me although i know one of the tracks is called Highs 2 Lows).

    Evolution via the Boom and Bap (Music (For Robots))

  • How is it that Caellach Gwain has managed to find the pre-cise nasal whine best calculated to set my nerves on edge? he asked himself, as he nodded affably at the elder Wizard.

    Elvenborn

  • Referring to his call earlier in April for business to stop investing in Zimbabwe, Wakeford said business should still "exer - cise extreme caution till normality was achieved."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • And now the world is about to come to an end and there's this horrible giant about to smash me flat and it was at that pre - cise moment that I remembered that I hadn't spoken at Cara - mon's funeral.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • To be more pre - cise, the draconian looked at the flask.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • Minister and registrar to consider such permission in the exer - cise and application of competition norms.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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