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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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Better understanding that one word educates a reader enormously about God, his word, and his creation.
As a special little parting gift the staff "educates" my sister on the importance of loosing weight---Rrrrrright, because the weight shpeel is so important to give as a person is descending into lunacy.
Time and Place 1 Dinosaur 2008
When we say that the begetting and education of children is the primary end of matrimony, this is what we mean: the parent "educates" the child in life, not mearly reading, writing, and rithmitic.
Relations "educates" the public -- and brings pressures upon Congress -- to support CFR policies.
The Invisible Government Dan Smoot 1958
In addition to funding pseudoscience, NCCAM also "educates" the public about alternative medicine.
Notes from Dr. RW 2010
Transfer Factor and how it "educates" our immune systems.
"Suspect is known to police" "repeat offender", the system "educates" them that they will get away with minimal punishment.
CTV News RSS Feed 2009
"Little by little the process kind of educates you."
Well might Richo argue he simply "educates" his clients.
unknown title 2009
Keep this in mind Shelly as Kratzhole "educates" you.