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  • verb Present participle of curr.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • There are still quite a few important re-curring people to go, any of who could be classed as supporting.

    Wolves out; new cast member in

  • When I got there, not a soul was out on the "streets," - just a few skinny dogs curring around.

    Janet Napolitano- of size and security matters

  • Grameen supports the Millennium Development Goal of curring extreme poverty in half by 2015.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Gates awards Grameen

  • Grameen supports the Millennium Development Goal of curring extreme poverty in half by 2015.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Gates awards Grameen

  • I'm not an MD, on the other hand, for chronic re-curring conditions, a simple phone call into the office really should suffice.

    Expectations

  • We all divided duties between curring swathes of red cellophane, filling up plates with cookies, tying the packages with ribbon and attaching Operation Christmas Cheer tags.

    Christmas on the Open Sea

  • We all divided duties between curring swathes of red cellophane, filling up plates with cookies, tying the packages with ribbon and attaching Operation Christmas Cheer tags.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • Believe it or not, it was my first live playoff game ever in spite of living in New York during the Yankees late '70s run and the Mets late '80s run, and having been in Atlanta since the curring dynasty began.

    Baseball been very very good to me.

  • The frequency of economic crises, oc - curring in 1815, 1825, 1836, and 1847, seemed to confirm this belief.

    CRISIS IN HISTORY

  • [PAGE 7] LETTERS TO STUDENTS FOREWORD For eight years Max Heindel, the mystic and occultist sent out to the students of The Rosicrucian Fellowship a letter each month filled with much valuable information, explaining the cause of many of the difficulties oc - curring in daily life, not only of individuals but of nations as well, and giving a feasible solution of them.

    Max Heindel's Letters to Students by The Rosicrucian Fellowship

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