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- v. Simple past of do over.
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Titus did over the churches in Crete”; (Timotheos ge mēn tēs en Ephesō paroikias historeitai prōtos tēn episkopēn eilēchenai, hōs kai Titos tōn epi
No other individual would gain as much control over one policy area as Talbott did over Russia policyand none would escape the oversight and guidance of the Principals Committee the way Talbott didbut the model of presidential issue managers stuck.
Then I began to give place to the word which with power, did over and over make this joyful sound within my soul, 'THOU ART MY LOVE, THOU ART MY LOVE, AND NOTHING SHALL SEPARATE THEE FROM MY LOVE.
In Britain the word 'loner' flew none of the danger signals it did over in the United States, where the desirability of being 'one of a team' was indoctrinated from pre-school.
Callandor, that increased the amount of the Power that could be safely handled as much over angreal as angreal did over channeling unaided.
Moiraine and Lan, of course went to get Kadere's wagons settled, just below the town; the Aes Sedai fussed over what was in those wagons nearly as much as she did over Rand.