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  • v. Present participle of lanch.


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  • Thus this will much better then window vista ... still it is not disclose about it lanching .. but beta testing is avaliable in the market ..

    Window 7 new operating system by Microsoft

  • For being gotten into the shipboat, and lanching toward the land, he heard the skréeking of his sister in dredfull danger of drowning, and crieng out for succour; wherevpon he commanded them that rowed the boat to turne backe to the ship, and to take hir in.

    Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (3 of 12) Henrie I.

  • No one was there but the two gentlemen opposite, who were mechanically lanching their last kicks into the empty space, and rubbing their eyes with their arms.

    The Man With The Broken Ear

  • Mocri-ul-wahsh felt assured of destruction, and knowing that Antar would not quit him but in death, he slackened his mare's bridle and fled, lanching into the waste and desert.

    Antar :

  • Not a single one of Rumsfeld’s defenders addressed the merits of the generals’ criticisms, instead lanching ad hominem attacks and accusing the generals of “cheerleading” for the Democrats - as if offering a criticism was to cheerlead for the opponent.

    Think Progress » Right Wing Swiftboats Generals Who Called on Rumsfeld to Resign


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