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


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  • The term envisions girl children as blank erotic slates upon which sexuality can only ever be violently imposed.

    The Guardian World News

  • Shin envisions opening 30 South Korean franchises in the next three years.

    Taco Bell hopes to spice up South Korea

  • What Warren envisions is nothing less than the first truly 21st century regulatory agency -- one that will be engaged with the community and make use of new technology to gather data quickly and put it to use immediately to protect consumers.

    Preeti Vissa: Face-to-Face With Elizabeth Warren: Envisioning a 21st Century Consumer Agency for All Americans

  • Then the ad goes through a laundry list of accomplishments McCain envisions: stabilizing the Middle East, reducing the threat of nuclear terrorism, strengthening border security, advancing energy independence, reforming wasteful spending by the federal government, delivering health care choice, and restoring economic confidence.

    McCain launches '2013' web ad

  • Klein envisions a new symbiotic relationship between these intelligent birds and the humans that encroach on their habitat. ...

    Boing Boing

  • Republican Sen. John McCain envisions a November victory built in part around attracting a large number of the millions of voters who turned away from Sen. Barack Obama's promise of change during the historic Democratic primary campaign.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: Friday, June 6, 2008

  • Of course, Dembski's brief post only makes sense if the designer he envisions is of the sort whose absence robs us of certain moral strictures on our sexual identities.

    Another Version of CSI

  • Estrin envisions a day when the tiny sensors embedded in hard-to-reach places become as commonplace as computers plugged into the Internet.

    Wireless Sensors Extend Internet’s Reach | Impact Lab

  • Godwin envisions a purely agrarian society in which every local community is self-governing and self-sustaining, living entirely upon the produce of the local soil:


  • What this bill envisions is that the First Amendment would protect only that speech considered sexually correct.

    Feminists Against the First Amendment


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