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  • adj. having four prongs


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  • Aside from exemplifying tremendous allure and sophistication, most jewelers agree that such engagement ring is becoming a popular choice among future brides because of its 76 facets and uncut corners usually mounted in a four-pronged setting.

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  • Here is Trump's four-pronged outline for guaranteed success:

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  • With the stage and its four-pronged tentacle-like structure set more toward the middle of the field, fans were able to get up-close-and-personal with the band.

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  • After that, you just flip him on his back, feel to make sure both testicles are present and accounted for, and use the four-pronged elastrator to slip a tight, heavy rubber band around their base.

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  • Her four-pronged cane gleamed in the moonlight as she sat down with a grunt.

    Fly Away Home

  • Finally, in July, the administration settled on a four-pronged plan.

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  • And there, GNB Media is allowed to copy the material to facilitate teaching, especially considering the other parts of the traditional four-pronged balancing test.

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  • Today was the launch of our four-pronged project, which includes an environmental health and safety (EHS) academy, environmental education, and energy efficiency projects in three communities.

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  • He pulled out a long crane-like appendage that folded in on itself three times and ended in a four-pronged hook.

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  • Her feet were jammed into fur-lined boots, and she had a four-pronged metal cane in one hand.

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