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  • Those price moves may appear suspicious, but there's nothing criminal about competing firms naturally gravi-tating toward similar prices.

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  • The gravi-magnetic fields of the light beams should cancel out (from symmetry, regardless of just what formula determines them.)

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  • Potum quendam dedit quo inescatus, et gravi sopore oppressus, in viridarium interim ducebatur, &c. 6404.

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  • Io rischio di dire uno sproposito, ma lo dico: il Signore tanto ama l'umiltà che, a volte, permette dei peccati gravi.


  • Non vien voglia di credersi dei mezzi santi, dei mezzi angeli, quando si sa di aver commesso delle mancanze gravi.


  • Questo significa che gli esclusi avrano gravi problemi e pochissimo tempo per la ricerca di una alternativa.

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  • Bon la pente glisse alors j'avance doucement pour eviter de tomber tout le temps plus bas que ce que j'ai deja gravi!

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  • He should not have to get past mountains made of molehills, be compressed by a gravi-tree, get stalked by vegetables, suffer the ire of a bi-polar bear, or be trapped on a toilet.

    Pet Peeve

  • And although the neglect of our times, wherein few men do hold any consultations touching the reformation of their life (as Seneca excellently saith, De partibus vitae quisque deliberat, de summa nemo), may make this part seem superfluous; yet I must conclude with that aphorism of Hippocrates, Qui gravi morbo correpti dolores non sentiunt, iis mens aegrotat.

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  • A fragment hovered, cradled in a magneto-gravi tic beam, bathed in harsh, blue-white light.

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