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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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 The “jus imagins” belonged to those whose ancestors was counted an Aedile, a Praetor, or a Consul.
 The "jus imagins" belonged to those whose ancestors was counted an Aedile, a Praetor, or a Consul.
My sharing on photography and appreciate of beautiful photos posted on her blog a lovely photo of herself together with the imagins from the Kamen Rider
Hopefully, the Sox will remain healthy and manufacture the runs as Ozzie imagins.
So when a man compoundeth the image of his own person, with the image of the actions of an other man; as when a man imagins himselfe a Hercules, or an Alexander,
Just astounding stuff, though one imagins Fisher’s thoughts are, properly, still being dominated by his daughter.