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  • I guess I ought to let you have the closing paration (ph).

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  • On the execution being granted in the King's Bench Court, on the afternoon of the 28th of October 1618, he asked for a little time for pre - paration, but his request was refused, Bacon having already in his pocket the death warrant duly signed by the King before the meeting of the Court!

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  • P.S. If you read the Newspapers (which I carefully abstain from doing) they will babble to you about Dickens's “S.paration from Wife,”

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  • One of the biggest points of pride for Dolores Huerta Preparatory High is that the charter school offers college immersion as well as college pre - paration.

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  • Sponsors approach pre - analysis and presentation; paration of NDA/BLA/MAA documentation in a modular format.

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  • U.S. District Judge Charles Clevert issued his ruling Tuesday in a lawsuit filed by Americans United for S.paration of Church and S.ate against a district in a Milwaukee suburb.

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  • The U.S. Army took down the cross at Kolekole Pass on S.hofield Barracks in 1997 due to a lawsuit filed by the Hawaii Citizens for S.paration of S.ate and Church.

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  • "S.paration is difficult for all family members," said Barbara Thompson, director of the U.S. Department of Defense's office of family policy/children and youth.

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  • On Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Charles N. Clevert Jr. denied the motion of Americans United for S.paration of Church and S.ate, which argued that a graduation at the auditorium of Elmbrook Church in Brookfield would be "extremely uncomfortable" for some students.

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  • U.S. District Judge Charles Clevert issued his ruling in response to a lawsuit brought by Americans United for S.paration of Church and S.ate.

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  • I came upon this word today (October 2015), while reading the Stephen King novel "Finders Keepers". It is derived from the French word parāre and it refers to the action 'to make ready', or perhaps more distantly (but still relevant) to the phrase 'to prepare'

    October 23, 2015