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  • n. Obsolete form of joust.

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Examples

  • The commoner by his breeding and from hisaltitude, plus aningrained sense of self abnegation and docility, never penetrates into the guist of empire and world domination.

    October Surprise - Peace Prize to a War Criminal

  • I haven't seen anybody make a strong case for ID, … If I get the guist of what you are proposing, its that intelligent agents (us, or beings like us, I assume) can effect the past to make the universe conducive to our own existence.

    Cleaning Up The Mess

  • If I get the guist of what you are proposing, its that intelligent agents (us, or beings like us, I assume) can effect the past to make the universe conducive to our own existence.

    Cleaning Up The Mess

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