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- adj. That comes out
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The place of issuance.
- n. The act of coming out or forth.
- n. A result; that which comes out as a product; emanation.
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Vehicle traffic to Bernal was light, but the outcoming traffic was an exodus from New Orleans before Katrina.
Reports say these feudal lords are personal sypathizers of outcoming Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala.
Your outcoming makes me ask a serious question that has made me nervous ever since I found your blog.
P.S.: it seems that 2002 and before satellite data showed no relevant gap between heat incoming to Earth and heat outcoming from Earth, but just the same growth of both them; a thing which would indeed confirm global warming even if satellite warming is “different” from ground stations one but which could also imply that no relevant greenhouse effect has been added to our planet.
When this party has reached the area of the Pole, after covering 800 miles of unknown ground, it will strike due north towards the head of the Beardmore Glacier, and there it is hoped to meet the outcoming party from the Ross
But the rest was done in real time in a room together with the input from the singers, you know, on the arrangement and on the outcoming music.
Like I know the outcoming consequences if I do a certain thing but ...
There is -- I mean, part of the problem -- one of the frauds of the Patriot Act was that the -- was that they labeled Carnivore as the equivalent of a pen register of a wiretap on a phone line, which only makes a record of the incoming and outcoming phone call number.
There are critics who feel that the outcoming baby boomer generation will not be adequately protected, that decisions on them, on that generation have been postponed.
The outcoming mixture can be carried away manually, or automatically on a conveyor belt.