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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. An infection of the liver that is caused by an RNA virus, is transmitted primarily by blood and blood products, as in blood transfusions or intravenous drug use, and sometimes through sexual contact. Most cases of non-A, non-B hepatitis are of this type.

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Examples

  • When she re-appeared on the grocery's surveillance video exactly four minutes later she had exchanged her red sun dress for a pair of slacks and a blouse.

    Diane Dimond: Babies Need Never Be Abandoned

  • I have, in fact, eaten sliced turkey breast and sliced ham in the last month from our grocery's deli counter.

    Weekend Update

  • Target and some of the grocery's also give a $10-$25 gift card if you transfer your prescription.

    When More is Less (or Vice Versa?)

  • Ostensibly a part-timer in the grocery's specialty meat and fish section, she routinely did tasks such as wrapping salmon and stuffing pork chops before and after her evening shift -- about 20 extra hours weekly, she says, all unpaid.

    Pay? How About A Pizza?

  • Filling the tank in the limo is done by someone else and what decent CEO buys grocery's?

    CNBC: To say "recession" only helps bring recession

  • I actually think my grocery's decorator has some skillz since the grass and tree look pretty dang good... the idea still seems way wrong, though.

    Fire!

  • IT's what you do at the grocery's cake department when the teen ager is baking and he/she doesn't know how to ice and decorate...

    Ye Olde Yuletide Ax

  • Finally, he contends that the prison grocery's more than 300 percent markup of certain items violated his Eighth Amendment right to be free from cruel and unusual punishment, as well as the state and federal usury laws, and RICO.

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  • I bought baked potatoes and salad at the grocery's salad bar.

    On Wings Of Love

  • I came to know well the customers as they walked up from the grocery's parking lot or from houses along a red-brick street, where sprinklers watered impossibly green lawns.

    Tutti-Futti, a Modern Madeleine

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