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


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  • Society enjoys all, by the abundance of its use, its consumption; and it _enjoys all gratuitously_.

    Sophisms of the Protectionists

  • The title enjoys an immense international following, from the United States to Japan, and the Arab world has latched on particularly tight to the game.

    Khaleej Times : UAE News

  • As for breaking rules, the only rule of writing that should never be broken is, “Coalesce letters, white space and punctuation in such a form that the reader enjoys, is moved by, learns from or is otherwise changed by the experience of reading them.”

    The Number One Grammar Trap and How to Avoid Falling in | Write to Done

  • Grenier even stops to admire the liberty Austin enjoys in an age of hyper-fearful parenting, in which some kids can't even go down the street to play.

    HBO and Adam Grenier turn the camera on a kid paparazzo

  • It will start once Griffin enjoys his last day on the 9th floor a week from now.

    GAO Rips OIG - NASA Watch

  • While McCain enjoys an image as a media darling, based largely on his bantering relationship with reporters on his bus, he and his presidential campaign aides have been hitting back hard against high-profile news reports they regard as inaccurate or unfair.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: Tuesday, May 20, 2008

  • "At the present time, Sen. McCain enjoys excellent health and displays extraordinary energy," said Dr. John D. Eckstein, an internal medicine specialist at the Mayo Clinic who has treated the candidate for 16 years.

    Update: McCain in 'excellent health,' doctor says

  • According to a new WSJ poll, McCain enjoys parity with Clinton in a general election and loses only a few points when matched against Obama -- not bad considering this is supposed to be a Democratic year.

    The Daily 2008 - Real Clear Politics –

  • What he really enjoys is putting one up in a tight game.

  • The Republican stage, on the other hand, was designed to capture the intimate settings Senator John McCain enjoys when he talks to voters in town hall settings, according to convention plans.

    Dueling Stages - The Caucus Blog -


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