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The University of Transkei was striving to emprove its resource-base to meet the responsibilities of contributing to the building of a new South Africa, the university's new principal,
And that he will imploy and emprove us in his service to his Praise, to whom be all
Faith, as hath been already hinted, yet thou doest not merit nor emprove, because thy thoughts are so distracted, that thou canst not be fixed upon
And of what use are all things therein, if man, to whom dominion over them was given, be taken away? and if he live not to take pleasure in, admire, use, and emprove, the rich and costly furniture, with which this earth is adorned?
I was able to change lighting and colour effects as well as digitally edit and emprove photos so that I could get a poster that looked good.
I wish to be a Messenger of Joy and Light on Our Planet, sharing projects with my Twin Soul, to emprove animals and humans lives.
I'm studying English and I want to emprove my level.