Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A Middle English form of ling.

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Examples

  • Dette bilde viser som String-Emil har gjort lenge, la menn posere som damer og det blir komikk.

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  • NRK påstår at et fenomen som er svært omstridt, og som spesialister som har arbeidet med feltet lenge avviser, er et faktum.

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  • Det er imidlertid svært tungt å initiere forskning og forskningsformidling om hva spill er så lenge journalistikken er så ekstremt vinklet i en bestemt retning at det kan se ut som en systematisk fortiing av all uenighet med det rådende medieparadigmet.

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  • The present value difference between projected expenditures and dedicated revenues for the 75-year horizon for just the HI component of Medicare is $11.6 trillion, 70 percent higher than the analogous $6.8 trillion measure of the budgetary chal - lenge represented by OASDI as noted above.

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  • War, Again, in the Middle EastBy enabling Hizbullah to chal-lenge Israel ( "The Hand That Feeds the Fire," July 24), Iran has shown the world not to underestimate its capacity for maneuvering and turning challenges to its favor.

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  • Men grunnen til at ei utsleten aleinemor var på hotel Norge saman med deg og mange andre var at vi hadde spelt i Larmonien for lenge, lenge sidan.

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  • Lady G. if your own heart justifies you for your part in this misunderstanding, say so; I chal-lenge you to say so She was silent.

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  • Lady G. said Sir Charles, be so good as to chal-lenge Mr. Selby.

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  • Many ages afterwards, Augustus received a chal-lenge from Mark Antony.

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  • Sir Ch. One modern instance, however, of a chal-lenge refused, I recollect, and which may be given, by way of inference, at least, to the advantage of my argument.

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