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  • verb Present participle of grant.

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Examples

  • One of the primary criteria in granting a visitor visa is proving the applicant intends to return to Mexico and does not intend to immigrate.

    visa for wife

  • One of the primary criteria in granting a visitor visa is proving the applicant intends to return to Mexico and does not intend to immigrate.

    visa for wife

  • One of the primary criteria in granting a visitor visa is proving the applicant intends to return to Mexico and does not intend to immigrate.

    visa for wife

  • One of the primary criteria in granting a visitor visa is proving the applicant intends to return to Mexico and does not intend to immigrate.

    visa for wife

  • The man somehow succeeded in granting the 50,000 people that came to hear him the feeling that we were all in some intimate jazz club, and Cohen, rather than was singing to a massive stadium was in fact just sharing the evening in the company of the most intimate circle of his closest friends.

    Global Voices in English » Israel: Leonard Cohen Performs to Rave Reviews

  • One of the primary criteria in granting a visitor visa is proving the applicant intends to return to Mexico and does not intend to immigrate.

    visa for wife

  • One of the primary criteria in granting a visitor visa is proving the applicant intends to return to Mexico and does not intend to immigrate.

    visa for wife

  • One of the primary criteria in granting a visitor visa is proving the applicant intends to return to Mexico and does not intend to immigrate.

    visa for wife

  • One of the primary criteria in granting a visitor visa is proving the applicant intends to return to Mexico and does not intend to immigrate.

    visa for wife

  • … Choruss is the name of the new entity, backed by three major record labels, that is interested in granting blanket licenses to universities (and someday residential ISPs) to authorize the music swapping (on P2P and otherwise) that has become a fact of digital life.

    Warner Music’s Choruss, revisited

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