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  • v. Present participle of plume.


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  • He says: "One thing I must observe, which, I think, wants rectifying, that is, their pluming pride when adjoined to apparent poverty, -- no uncommon case!"

    The New England Magazine, Volume 1, No. 4, Bay State Monthly, Volume 4, No. 4, April, 1886

  • Kitchen and bathroom remodeling can be a very costly affair as it involves a lot of subcontracting such as pluming and electricians. home remodeling then please drop by my site!


  • The thruster changes are required to avoid "pluming" the panels with exhaust gases.

    Spaceflight Now

  • SANTIAGO, Chile -- A volcano in the Caulle Cordon of southern Chile erupted for a second day Sunday, shooting out pumice stones and pluming a cloud of ash six miles (10 kilometers) high and three miles (five kilometers) wide.

    Volcano Billows Giant Plume For Second Day In Chile

  • Turn off the refrigerator, the AC, get rid of the ice, move the pluming to a hole in the back yard, turn off the water, health care ha!, shrink your living space, going out to eat means taking a hunting trip etc etc.

    Happiness Police, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Annie took a final puff from her cigarette, blue smoke pluming from her nostrils, then stubbed it out in the butt-brimming glass ashtray.

    Etched in Bone

  • From the bus ferrying reporters to the hospital, smoke could be seen pluming from part of the Gadhafi compound.

    Rebels: Gadhafi forces pushed back from Misrata

  • Joe the Plumber remindes me of the many individuals working in such proffessions as construction, pluming, or carpentary driving around in their beat up trucks with one or two falgs, pray for our troops, support our troops, Bush/Cheney sticker and McCain/Palin stickers.

    CPAC Warmongering Etc. « Blog

  • ¬†Newt Moore ached for that kind of mild hurt as he stared into the heat of the grill, greasy smoke pluming and clinging to him.

    The Last Pool Party

  • She clung on to the metal handrail, moving her considerable bulk down toward the street with her breath pluming from her mouth like a flaming torch.

    Red Wolf


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