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  • v. Simple past of drite.

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Examples

  • "You are a horrid old pig, Aldiff MacCatfy," she said, with slow emphasis, "an 'I hates you hard, an' we all hates you here, 'ceps Meg; and Pip says you're ze jammiest girl out, an' I wis 'a drate big ziant would come and huff and puff and blow you into ze middlest part of ze sea."

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  • ( "Fir-teen drate bid ones!") "So that the darling thing had to s-w-ell out to cover them up!"

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  • On frough the drate big woods -- 'cause her Dran'ma

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  • Hy-drate will be offering complimentary brow waxing, nail polish change and bang trim for anyone who comes in.

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  • Graunt ships doe come, eyther wee are too many to bee serued by so few ships, or their supply will not bee qua - drate, or we shall want mony to take ther of.

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  • 4 * 67000, SDS-PAGE [26]; fibroblasts, SDS-PAGE, due to a larger carbohydrate content the a-subunit also exists in larger forms [9]; liver, SDS-PAGE, due to a larger carbohydrate content the a-subunit also exists in larger forms [9]; newborn, SDS-PAGE, due to a larger carbohy - drate content the a-subunit also exists in larger forms [9];

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