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

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Examples

  • Now, as the label prepares to release its biggest album in years - Fleet Foxes' Helplessness Blues - the label's vice president Megan Jasper talks with the

    NPR Topics: News

  • Bloomberg BusinessWeek as the title prepares for its major redesign late next month.

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  • At the moment the label prepares to re-release the label's back catalogue with one or two singles per album released so far.

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  • And now as the title prepares to hit home video, does it stand up?

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  • Christine Martin prepares a wrap for sophmore Anthony Centone, 16 right, during lunch at Lakeland High School.

    26,500 school cafeterias lack required inspections

  • Sarah Palin prepares to launch the next step of her political career, a new survey suggests nearly one in three Americans think it'd be best if the onetime GOP vice presidential candidate stayed home — and one in five would like to see her on another presidential ticket.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: July 29, 2009

  • Sarah Palin prepares to launch the next step of her political career, a new survey suggests nearly one in three Americans think it'd be best if the onetime GOP vice presidential candidate stayed home - and one in five would like to see her on another presidential ticket.

    Poll shows plurality of Americans want Palin to stay home

  • Sarah Palin prepares for the next stage of her political career, a majority of Americans hold an unfavorable view of her, and there is broad public doubt about her leadership skills and understanding of complex issues, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: July 24, 2009

  • And even though it's been nearly a year since she ventured onto the national stage and more than eight months since the Republican ticket lost the election, as Palin prepares to leave office, the public's interest in her has yet to wane.

    Palin's resignation hardly a curtain call

  • As Mr. McCain prepares to speak to the civil rights group (Mr. Obama spoke to the organization on Monday) a new New York Times/CBS News poll finds that deep divisions still exist throughout the country on race relations.

    The Early Word: McCain Tackles Education Reform - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

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