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  • v. Present participle of hitchhike.


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  • As I moved east I found that people were increasingly easy with the idea of hitchhiking and providing lifts and not just lifts – a place to stay, a meal, a trip to the Dead Sea deluxe spa!

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  • So I had a pretty uneventful trip back to Portland; if you can ever call hitchhiking uneventful.

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  • Also known as hitchhiking in other parts of the world, in Israel this cultural mainstay is almost an informal carpool system.

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  • On the positive side, some people may be more inclined to donate if they think it’s a way of living on after death in a real sense although the idea of hitchhiking in someone else’s body, influencing their lives, warping their personalities to be more like theirs is hard to see in anything other than a sinister light.

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  • We demonstrate kDNA minicircle sequences concentrated within LINEs, and multiple integration events mobilizing, and thus 'hitchhiking', to other chromosomes, resulting in disruption of coding regions and gene loss.

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  • And the emphasis on 'hitchhiking' to get out of here is kinda like people saying that they'll do just about anything to leave.

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  • They spread from one body of water to another by "hitchhiking" on boats and other equipment.

  • Victims must be female and match at least one of the two following scenarios: they were involved in a high-risk activity such as hitchhiking or the sex trade, or they were last seen - or their body was found - within a mile or so from three specific B.C. highways. Top Stories

  • It grabbed my attention, but do people actually Airhitch is an organization that offers "hitchhiking" on commercial planes mostly between the U.S. and Europe for a discounted price.

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  • However, it also sounds like he’s kind of hitchhiking on a lot of ideas in Gladwell’s book, “Outliers.”

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