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- n. Plural form of seachange.
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Yes, the mornings, if only we could hold on to them, they just slip away so quickly …. by seachanges
It is extremely hard to do that though for a long time, as you say: I might be able to do a couple of days worth (can I have a pen and paper?) by seachanges
And congratulations on you award – absolutely deserved! by seachanges
The biggest surprise of the party was getting to see Nancy Bereano, the founder of Firebrand Books, who sold the company a few years ago when queer publishing first began to undergo the seachanges of the past few years.
Mood index: feelin 'the respect: Don Giovanni, act II via seachanges
Mood index: pissed off: church bells tolling, ironically enough via seachanges
However, looking at A.Kennedy's opinions published from Scotus would be viewed insightfully if taking into consideration these seachanges back home.