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  • v. To kill or end.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing


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  • And something Amy! would never do in a million years.

    Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour

  • There was some debate about how to quantify both sides, and what to do in the case of a Jewish Texan, and so Slim was forced to modify his wager into the more readily visible “hats versus bareheads.”

    One of a Kind

  • This little three-stoplight town—was it really the best she could do in life?

    Whispers At Midnight

  • I put about as much faith in palmists as I do in reading the astrology column in the newspaper, but I went along with the idea.

    Kitchen Privileges

  • Given his druthers, this accidental president would have subordinated foreign policy to his ambitious domestic agendaas he indeed seemed to do in 1964 and early 1965.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • Reliably late for all dates and appointments, to this day Joann remains unsure about the order of the months of the year and often gets mixed upwhen given three or four things in a row to do in school or at home.

    A Mind at a Time

  • Some of them have struggled with too little weight and some with too much, but the key is to enjoy who you are and realize that you are beautiful inside and out, as Thurmeka Ward learns to do in her story about self-image called “Wonderfully Made.”

    CSS: Shaping the New You

  • Tatiana Vasilievna makes me feel even more inferior than I normally do in this exclusive environment of such important and well-dressed people.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • And Truman Stark did what any creature would do in that situation—he withdrew.


  • As we are about to embark on this exciting journey into new time zones, your travel guides, Phil Zimbardo and John Boyd, would like to give you some background on why and how we got interested in studying time and how our discoveries have come to influence much of what we do in our lives.

    The Time Paradox


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