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  • v. Present participle of librate.

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Examples

  • He was a courteous little man, with a courtesy librating on a knife-edge of deflection towards obsequiousness on the one hand and condescension on the other, for neither of which, however, was his friend Herbert an object.

    St. George and St. Michael

  • But to borrow a term from astronomy, it is a librating mesothesis: for it may verge more to likeness as in painting, or more to difference, as in sculpture.

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  • Whilst I thus administered justice to innumerable multitudes, the birds of the air librating over me served as a canopy from the rays of the sun; my people flourished, and my palace rose to the clouds; I erected a temple to the

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  • Automation: to automate the process, wherever practically feasible, thereby "time-librating the buyer, contract engineer, the field engineer, etc."

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  • Feature: treadle folding, save room and convenience speedup, baking, turning well, and simulative librating/waving.

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  • Mapless: Alf Mabrouk, I think its really librating to work in something you like and have passion for ...

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  • Whilst I thus administered justice to innumerable multitudes, the birds of the air librating over me served as a canopy from the rays of the sun; my people flourished, and my palace rose to the clouds; I erected a temple to the Most High, which was the wonder of the universe; but I basely suffered myself to be seduced by the love of women, and a curiosity that could not be restrained by sublunary things; I listened to the counsels of

    The History of the Caliph Vathek

  • Some fools on the left often portray Battista as a decrepit corrupt military dictator who was overthrown by Casro’s supposedly librating “revolution” in 1959.

    Obama and the law: about that little thing called “procedure”

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