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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pave.

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Examples

  • I guess that broken sword paves the way for the upcoming Sidearm Sideswipe figure.

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  • In addition from helping Deutsche to meet the new capital and liquidity requirements for banks, the cash call paves the way for the Frankfurt-based bank to launch a takeover of

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  • The blighted designation paves the way for the town to condemn and acquire 29 small businesses including a discount store, a bar-restaurant and a mini mart.

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  • It was steak for tea, tonite; lovely chunks of Belgian beef - 'paves' as they call them because they resemble cobble stones.

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  • Death of Geoffrey Chaucer, author of The Canterbury Tales, which establishes English as a literary language and paves the way for Shakespeare.

    The English Is Coming!

  • “The Americans have plentifully enjoyed the delights and comforts, as well as the necessaries of life,” said the Newport Mercury, “and it is well known that an increase of wealth and affluence paves the way to an increase of luxury, immorality and profaneness, and here kind providence interposes; and as it were, obliges them to forsake the use of one of their delights, to preserve their liberty.”

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  • "It respects the will of the American people and it paves the way to reform our healthcare."

    Republicans repeal healthcare reforms in symbolic vote

  • HANOI — Vietnam's Communist Party reappointed Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung to its elite Politburo at a secretive congress Wednesday, in a move that paves the way for the nation's top leader to serve a second term, despite economists' concerns about his willingness to apply tough measures to tackle double-digit inflation rates.

    Vietnamese Premier Is Poised for New Term

  • *** Asia Vietnam's Communist Party reappointed Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung to its elite Politburo at a secretive congress, in a move that paves the way for the nation's top leader to serve a second term despite economists' concerns about his willingness to apply tough measures to tackle double-digit inflation rates.

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  • The December agreement paves the way for parent Daiichi Sankyo Co. to finally benefit from its pricey Indian acquisition.

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