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  • v. Present participle of expel.


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  • -- It is an interesting fact that some persons exhibit the power of contracting the stomach at will and expeling its contents without nausea.

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  • He proposed a floating ocean platform with water intake and outlet lines, and onboard machinery to cool the seawater coming in from the intakes before expeling it back into the ocean, thereby denying the hurricane the warm water it needed to exist.

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  • bill clinton did much to destroy us , jimmy carter state deparment . if one of terrorist group found a bomb to use on europe this will be on israel advantage . we jews and israeli cannot ignore daily attack . from the world , we cannot ignore 2000 years of murdering us dicremantin us or expeling us , for no reason .

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