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  • v. Present participle of embarge.

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Examples

  • Are we to understand that you are now departing from any pretence at contributing to useful knowledge and are, instead, embarging on an all-out war on climate science, and possibly science in general?

    "But They are Very, Very Wrong" « Climate Audit

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