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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of collide.


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  • MANCHESTER - Sir Alex Ferguson's dream of an unprecedented fourth consecutive Premier League title collides with the determination of David James (picture) to play in this year's World Cup, when Manchester United take on Portsmouth at Old Trafford on Saturday.


  • Four firefighters injured after engine responding to call collides with milk ...

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  • Four firefighters injured after engine responding to call collides with milk truck in Paterson

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  • Unfortunately or not, the idea collides with the acting legislation.

    Ferghana.Ru news agency

  • A driver is seriously hurt and two officers are injured when a police car responding to a 999 call collides with another car.

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  • This is where reality 'collides' with the 'yearnings' of state lawmakers.

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  • The tea party's embrace of the original plan for the Senate also collides with the movement's assault on elites.

    Anti-Washington Ire Kindles an Old Debate

  • Kyodo/Reuters 2010: Japan arrests the captain of a Chinese fishing boat that collides with two Japanese coast guard boats near disputed islets, raising tensions between the two countries.

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  • Their strategy at the moment seems to be to double down, which collides head on with Merkels impulse to push it down the line and wait it out.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Trouble With Germany

  • Disaster funding is a particularly emotional issue, as Americans' desire to help fellow citizens collides with a surging concern about the deficit.

    Budget Vote Surprises GOP Leaders


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