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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of machinate.
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Back because this time Erik hopes to protect the staff and students from self-styled CEO—See Everything Officer—Jonathan Wyle, who demands higher test scores on a lower budget and machinates to expel Erik's student Jethro, volcanic with anger over a murdered friend.
He and his intended audience are the linguistically elite as his review is sprinkled with words like: nascent, machinates, trope, eponymous, misanthropy and detritus.
One machinates in the face of many green shutters, which are not necessarily dead because they are shut.
Valorbe follows, and, to get hold of Delphine, machinates one of the most absurd scenes in the whole realm of fiction.
One who machinates is a machinator, not a machinist.
The problem is when the Church instigates and meddles and machinates to make their opinion into pubic policy.