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  • n. Plural form of label.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of label.


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  • Here is some experience to recognize the fake labels: incomplete info on fake labels; manual operation trace on the edge of the disks, cause 'fake labels are often stuck manually.

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  • The answer, in part, is that the term labels a great variety of phenomena.


  • How could I, since the term labels a Protestant movement?

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  • The term labels something that is asserted but unproved.

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  • Also absent on the labels is the traditional high-fructose ingredient.

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  • Looking at the labels is a good thing to do if the store you're in carries every product.

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  • Such a cover is capable of being lettered on the back, though the Chinese seem not to think this necessary, but put their title labels on the side.

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  • Monkey See; swap in the word "labels" for "publishers" and you'll get a pretty good sense of Borders's place.

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  • They borrowed each other’s clothes, though Jeni’s wardrobe was pretty pedestrian compared to the name labels Steph preferred, as Jeni saved her money while Stephanie quickly spent hers.



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