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  • v. To expect; to prepare future actions based on.


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  • They plan on using labor-coping skills when contractions become painful.

    The Simple Guide to Having a Baby

  • If you plan on choosing undercoating, price it at other shops before making a commitment.

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  • If you plan on towing a small car behind a motorhome for in-camp transportation, you must ensure that there is enough power for towing the entire rig up grades.

    The RVer’s Bible

  • Colonel Flowerdew had died there according to plan on the hillside above the Swine Brook, deluged in contraceptive blood to the admiring "oohs" and "aahs" of the crowd.

    War Game

  • He's such an odd combination of aesthete and hardheaded administrator — a goateed gentleman who favors old-fashioned dress and quotes Latin in the course of routine conversations and who also controls a staff of close to a hundred and keeps northern California's largest legal-services plan on track with seemingly effortless efficiency.

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  • Also ... this is one of plenty I plan on picking up during the second half os 2010 which I won't touch nor open until XMAS morning!!!!!

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  • Still, most people looking to get into the microdistilling game plan on supporting themselves with the sale of white, unaged spirits while their whiskey ages, and in many cases it works.


  • At Midhurst Jean was measuring up the kitchen with Joe Harman and making a plan on a writing-pad, when they heard a horse approaching about noon.

    A Town Like Alice

  • Marshall Beebe and the squadron commanders of Air Group 5 hatched the basic plan on the Essex in the latter months of 1951.

    First Man

  • If you plan on adding roof pods or a generator, these should be included in the calculation of GCWR and GVWR.

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