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- v. To look at carefully; to scrutinize; to analyze.
- v. To create a response or impression.
- v. To score a try
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- v. hold a review (of troops)
- v. examine so as to determine accuracy, quality, or condition
- v. happen in a particular manner
- v. fall forward and down
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Jackson, who was at the house of Dr. George Kemper on the outskirts of Port Republic, so advised Ewell and himself prepared to go over to the high ground on the other side of the bridge to see what was afoot on the right side of the South Fork.
Then we go over it and I have them self-grade while I explain the correct answers.
Apparently, my feminist jokes and too-tight pants did not go over as well as the jokes about blow jobs and masturbation told by the more experienced and successful male comics.
If you decide to take supplements and vitamins, choose them with special care, and go over all of them with a qualified nutritionist or with your doctor if he/she is knowledgeable about cutting-edge studies on food-as-medicine.
After fifteen minutes of sorting the rope into two knot-free stacks, it is ready to go over the edge.
At the final whistle of their goalless draw at Hull Gerrard battled his way through Hull fans streaming on to the pitch to go over to the Liverpool supporters.
They did go over slot to sign pitcher Matt Harvey, their first-round pick in 2010, to a $2.5 million bonus.
The next table over, Zane was shoving around those jersey-wearing boys from yesterday, and for about two horrible seconds I thought she was going to go over to him and ask for lunch recommendations.
Okada-san and I will go over from our position on the east wall.
The most noteworthy change in the plan came late in the EVA when Armstrong decided he wanted to go over and take a look at the sizable crater about sixty-five yards east of the LM thus known today to Apollo 11 afficionados as East Crater.