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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of emblazon.


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  • Creek Country Club who kick-started the tourney and the course shortly after World War II, and whose name emblazons the Custer Greens clubhouse -- Morse shot his 62; Binder Park Golf Course manager and head pro Osborne had a 65 (Osborne is president of the WMPGA this season); current -

  • Coates and Seely, which makes sparkling wines in the north Hampshire downs, emblazons "Britagne" on the gold foil of its bottle necks and has suggested that other sparkling wine producers do the same to protect standards.

    English sparkling wine comes of age with French boost

  • They look for shows that laud their common sense, then recite to them the libertarian credo that Fox emblazons on its home page nearly every day: YOU DECIDE.

    Tea Party Jacobins: The State Of American Politics Today

  • Then it becomes clear that the drama that emblazons each set of eyes, eyes in the surf with a watch, eyes at the opera with a car -- these eyes stare out from the same stage.

    Reverend Billy: Running in Great Cities

  • If you're the sort of cook who tends to make toast more frequently than bake, the Darth Vader toaster $54.99, released last year, emblazons an image of the Sith lord on every piece of bread you place inside it.

    Celebritology Giftology Day 4: Presents for the culinary 'Star Wars' fan

  • So, be the winner -- the one who finishes the race and emblazons hope and wisdom and problem solving ability on the brains of the future leaders of this world.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Stewie's ovoid head emblazons T-shirts, posters and merchandise that often match the subversive tone of "Family Guy," such as figurines outfitted in bondage gear.

    The Family Guy Goes Online

  • A rush of red and orange emblazons designs like an 18th-century French brocaded silk gown, while an Yves Saint Laurent psychedelic dress pours forth a hodgepodge of clashing hues.


  • DORIS SHERRON, TEXAS CITY BLAST SURVIVOR: An explosion like that, emblazons your mind and you never forget it.

    CNN Transcript Sep 25, 2005

  • A gold necklace nestles in his blond hair, a rich glitter of gold on gold as if chain mail emblazons his chest.

    Excerpt: Love Sick: One Woman's Journey through Sexual Addiction by Sue William Silverman


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