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

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Examples

  • You know what the title procures for a man, though your saying --

    Barbara Blomberg — Volume 01

  • You know what the title procures for a man, though your saying --

    Complete Project Gutenberg Georg Ebers Works

  • You know what the title procures for a man, though your saying --

    Barbara Blomberg — Complete

  • "In this way," said Father Cantalamessa, "the contemplation of the word procures the two pieces of knowledge that are the most important for advancing along the road of true wisdom: self-knowledge and knowledge of God."

    Archive 2008-03-02

  • "In this way," said Father Cantalamessa, "the contemplation of the word procures the two pieces of knowledge that are the most important for advancing along the road of true wisdom: self-knowledge and knowledge of God."

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • In this way the contemplation of the word procures the two pieces of knowledge that are the most important for advancing along the road of true wisdom: self-knowledge and knowledge of God.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • In this way the contemplation of the word procures the two pieces of knowledge that are the most important for advancing along the road of true wisdom: self-knowledge and knowledge of God.

    Archive 2008-03-02

  • You know, the stripper whom Bill "procures" and then devours in the back of a limo with Crazy Lorena & The Mississippi King.

    Mark Blankenship: True Blood Sucker Punch: Season 3, Ep. 4

  • Moreover, Medicare regularly "procures" organs, such as kidneys, at a cost measured in money.

    Tax Consequences of Kidney Donations

  • Moreover, Medicare regularly "procures" organs, such as kidneys, at a cost measured in money.

    February 2006

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