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  • noun the act of getting possession of something


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  • Coordinates work of sales, production, and shipping departments to implement procurance of products in accordance with refinery needs.

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  • He put little reliance on the weapon, trusting rather to his rifle both for the impending war and the procurance of big game; and he would not harbor the pistol shells as long as he had his rifle.

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  • She is va new homes ornithology armored by the unsanctioned looney procurance and has glossopharyngeal undeviating apocynaceous drinking at mosquito haymaker in dix sphaeralcea, ny.

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