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  • v. To work; to be successful; to solve a problem; to be sufficient or adequate to fulfill a purpose.


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  • On three sides there were jungly patches which would hinder our attack, but on the eastern side facing us it was flat maidan, and Gough, honest man, could see only one way — open up with the guns and sweep straight in, trusting to the bayonets of his twelve thousand to do the trick against twenty thousand Khalsa.

    Flashman and the Mountain of Light

  • A nonfoaming cleanser from Aubrey Organics, such as its Seaware and Rosa Mosqueta or Green Tea cleansing products, will do the trick perfectly.

    The Truth About Beauty


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