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  • v. Present participle of emblaze.


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  • “Gorkrak,” Hamuul said, relishing the name and emblazing it upon his memory.

    The Shattering

  • On the other hand, the grandma controversy spawned merchandise emblazing a typical white person or I'm a typical white person appalled by Obama's racism or typical white person for Obama.

    CNN Transcript Apr 10, 2008

  • The Canadian decided to honor his country's mascot, the beaver, by emblazing him on his helmet with these huge front teeth coming straight at you!

    TVgasm Recaps

  • Characters in of cleaning control labor smooth arcs to overhear emblazing necessarily cuts easier.


  • The district will honor Paine's service by emblazing his name on the high school's new performing arts theater, but his mark has already been made on the hundreds of students, current and those of yesteryear, whose photos line his small music room.



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