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- v. Present participle of implore.
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Always found the look accompanied by a cheery smile emploring him to have a really really nice day would ensure it would crack off even quicker.
The lesbian fight that erupted and the repeated gatherings at the microphone emploring the combatants that "this isn't how we represent the community!"
Then to buttrace the laughable rationalization by emploring John McCain makes John Boccieri a joke.
He’s also emploring the country’s leaders to sue Thanksgiving.
Or when he creates an Internet group dedicated to stiffer prison sentences for those who abuse animals, emploring his followers "Please can u join this group SUPPORT PRISON SENTENCES FOR CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 'this is a subject very close to my heart as it was set up after a very good friend of mines dog was brutally attacked by an axe wielding thug.