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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of perfect.

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Examples

  • That's because Coulter's argument - that Christianity "perfects" Judaism, and that Jews need "perfecting" -- is the major theological underpinning of anti-Semitism (along with the notion to that the Jews killed Jesus).

    Jon Wiener: Jews, Jesus and Republicans: Playing Ann Coulter's Game

  • Moreover, Maritain writes that art 'perfects' the artist; that by engaging in this activity there is "a perfecting of the spirit" (Art and Scholasticism, p. 62).

    Jacques Maritain

  • The New Scientist's got an interesting thinky essay about which sex has the evolutionary upper hand when it comes to the mechanics of reproduction; there is, thus, discussion of the once-seen-as-all-powerful egg-and the eventually dominant homocentric view that semen "perfects" it.

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  • The New Scientist's got an interesting thinky essay about which sex has the evolutionary upper hand when it comes to the mechanics of reproduction; there is, thus, discussion of the once-seen-as-all-powerful egg-and the eventually dominant homocentric view that semen "perfects" it.

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  • The speed of the slider will also increase as you hit more "perfects".

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  • The New Scientist's got an interesting thinky essay about which sex has the evolutionary upper hand when it comes to the mechanics of reproduction; there is, thus, discussion of the once-seen-as-all-powerful egg-and the eventually dominant homocentric view that semen "perfects" it.

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  • Baggio is free on bail while his Toronto lawyer "perfects" his appeal.

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  • The speed of the slider will also increase as you hit more "perfects".

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  • Freedom "perfects" a human person only when it is exercised in accordance with the truth and furthers what is truly good.

    Catholic Online > Daily Readings

  • Freedom "perfects" a human person only when it is exercised in accordance with the truth and furthers what is truly good.

    Catholic Online > Daily Readings

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