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


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  • This plays nicely with having a new mayor and the positive attitude that peculates with any new administration's beginning.

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  • And it's heated with a simple black garden hose and then the water peculates down and waters our edible landscaping.

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  • The lack of flexibility often peculates down or is it up the corporate ladder often resulting in small but important local reactions becoming impossible or at best too slow.

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  • What sort of a world is it, I ask you, in which time peculates the gold from hair and the crimson from all lips, and the north wind carries away the glow and glory and contentment of October, and a driveling old magician steals a lovely girl?

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  • The hazard posed is compounded by this dumping of toxic chemical waste on productive agricultural land, which peculates into the groundwater sources of water wells with villagers reporting a rash of skin diseases and respiratory problems.

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