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- v. Past participle of do over
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“M-commerce is e-commerce that’s done over mobile phones and other hand-held digital devices like personal digital assistants,” writes the Business Times of Singapore.
Much more work will need to be done over the next six months if we are are to achieve what I understand are your goals, in particular for a much smaller PNGDF.
“She was the fastest cruiser afloat, having done over 24 knots on trial,” said her gunnery officer, Lieutenant Ernle Chatfield, later captain of the battle cruiser Lion.
The contents were not so much a letter as a wad of random jottings done over a space of days and nights.
This was done over the shouting of Novotny, who stormed out of the session and never again attended a meeting of the Slovak Central Committee.