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  • But I'll get over it .. [ellip] In the past we would never get hate as Caps fans, they just kind of overlooked us.

    The Caps race car wins

  • The planets now moved in ellip - tical orbits about a fixed sun at a common focus, their speeds varying in orbit in such a way that the line from the sun to a planet traces out equal areas in equal times.

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  • A dog will distinguish between a circle and an ellip. se, for instance.

    The Human Brain

  • Kadu, he said, soon after our departure, had married a handsome girl, the daughter or relation of the chief of Ormed; had been raised to the dignity of a Tamon-ellip, or great-commander, by Lamari; and having freely made over the half of his treasures to this personage,

    A New Voyage Round the World in the Years 1823, 24, 25, and 26. Vol. 1

  • Very useful content on your site, thanks. ellip ...

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

  • JSpica radicali sessili obovata, foliis obovato-ellip - ticis cuspidatis.

    Transactions of the Linnean Society

  • After its emergence the roughly globular mass contracts and becomes more ellip - tical, while cilia appear and slowly lengthen.

    Transactions of the American Philosophical Society

  • a few cracks break the shadows of a mostly black room still black, pensive i'm scrutinizing every dark to find anything opposite when i see her torso briefly revealed - yellow ellip ...

    poem unfinished

  • I love McNabb, and I think he's had an unbelievable career even though he hasn't won the big one, but Venus and Serena are among the top 10 sports figures in [tennis] history. [ellip] "They're the Pacquiao of women's tennis.

    The Kastles and D.C.'s sporting resurgence

  • Langediu having intimated his wish to see the Oa ellip, I immediately rowed in my boat to the ship, followed by him in his Oa warro, or war canoe: he was much pleased with the vessel, and all that he saw, and not less so with the little presents he received; but a circumstance occurred that caused the honourable old man some chagrin: one of his attendants having concluded a friendship with the cook, took advantage of it to secrete a knife in his canoe; the cook missed the knife, and his suspicions immediately fell on his friend.

    A New Voyage Round the World in the Years 1823, 24, 25, and 26. Vol. 1

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  • To ellip; see ellipsis. (From Roy Peter Clark’s The Glamour of Grammar.)

    September 20, 2010