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- n. guidance
- n. An eye movement involving only one eye.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Guidance.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Leading; guidance.
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I want engineering and pro-duction because I know the people in my district who used to make goods but don't anymore, and they have a right to make what they end up buying.
They said China probably wouldn't be able to make the aircraft fully operational until the end of the decade: It appears to be testing at least two prototypes, which will likely be adapted many times before being put into large-scale pro duction.
Now we should point out that there's a fault, you know, the major fault that Rob was talking about earlier runs north, that's the sub - duction area, runs north of Hispaniola.
E-Duction (e-duction. com), which issues the card, has signed up about a dozen firms, including Western Union and Reliance Standard Life, to offer it to workers.
Sure, television eventually mesmerized the nation and the globe, but the number of books printed in the fading century surely dwarfed the pro - duction of all previous eras.
Noble, D. (1998), “R.duction and integration in understanding the heart”, in G.R. Bock and J.A. Goode (eds.),
Junkk.com has a re:mit that sits proudly at the pinnacle of the environmentally-sound chain, by primarily addressing the amazing potential of re:duction, re:pair and re:use.
Since avoiding future destructive acts by Iraq is the major articulated reason for undertaking war in the coming months, we cannot truly balance the costs and benefits of war without considering any re-duction in risk that would derive from disarmament and regime change in Iraq.
The opening bars were far smoother than with the run-through, and Secca concentrated on a smooth and free pro-duction, not worrying about actual projection, as she launched into the spellsong.
Old Mutual Asset Management (OMAM) chief economist Rian le Roux said he would not be adjusting his growth forecast of 3.5% as the big factors affecting first quarter GDP were on the pro - duction, and not on the demand, side of the economy.