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- v. To embroider
- adj. embryoid
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as embroider.
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He fired his former deputy and now the all powerful ANC leader Jacob Zuma who was embroid in a corruption scandal.
You can see the storage-access doors; inside, they're behind an embroid— Arrhae broke off short.
In embroid bodies (EBs) from mESC, RA induces pancreatic duodenal homeobox 1 (PDX1 / IPF1) .
Being model employees she and another girl decided to embroid the logotype themselves.
You can see the storage-access doors; inside, they’re behind an embroid— Arrhae broke off short.