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


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  • In most cases, you will only have to adjust a few defines (CONFIG_* and zero page locations) in your defines_*. s file to get matching output.

  • True Grit the title defines what I'm referring to.

    Michael Jones: Cowboys and Aliens

  • If we believe that the label defines the person and the diagnosis infers the cure, then we cease thinking.

    Deane Waldman: Labels arrest thought. (Diagnosing prevents curing.)

  • With one foot on the “his” and the other on the “panics” Geraldo seemed not to get how much the title defines his own dilemma.

    Geraldo Blows in the Wind

  • The name defines the state in opposition to an "East Bengal" that no longer exists, that is now the country of Bangladesh.

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  • She said the term defines something that impairs the use or enjoyment of someone's property and that homeowners 'inconveniences, such as having to buy a $30 filtration system, were relatively minor.


  • The Brevity line of jewelry is aptly named, as the title defines its simplistic and minimalistic beauty.

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  • The derivation of the term defines his two seasons with the Hawks.

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  • If this title defines whimsy, it could also go a long way in explaining the phrase "deceptively simple," too.


  • The concept of Robin defines the nature of the legacy in the DCU and with that, implies hope for the future, stability coming from the next generation of hero, and on a societal level, it harkens to the need for proper parenting, education and stimulation to help guide the next generation to fruition.

    Archive 2009-05-01


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