from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Motion of a celestial object from one place to another; local motion.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Transportation; conveyance.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of bearing or carrying from one place to another; transportation; translation.
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I am Japanese! and even i know blacks were NOT free untill around 1965. and yes the grandparents are still alive 29% of the popu; lation is aged.
"Circ'lation's a-coming back, youngster," he said.
Why, 'thout this boy, the nigger pop'lation'd be only half what it is -- we wouldn't hardly be havin' this sale today, but for this randy little hero.
In this paragraph, the term ‘under – served population’ means the population of an area designated by the Secretary as an area with a shortage of elder justice programs or a popu – lation group designated by the Secretary as hav – ing a shortage of such programs.
The task of the central bank is to manage money supply to keep inf lation low (0%-2%), employment high and the financial system healthy.
—In this paragraph, the term ‘under– served population’ means the population of an area designated by the Secretary as an area with a shortage of elder justice programs or a popu– lation group designated by the Secretary as hav– ing a shortage of such programs.
Instal lation — including underground electric lines and plumbing for a nearby outdoor shower and other custom elements — drove the cost up to $25,000.
Oil-exploration projects in the Gulf of Mexico will take 20% longer than prior to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, as tougher regu lation leads to delays in granting approval for exploration drilling, according to the head of French oil company Total SA.
Hafiz's kitchens prepared a very good simu lation of a fatted calf for the return of the prodigal heir.
That was another reason it was easier to abide by the truce; vio - lation was not likely to be effective.