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  • n. Plural form of season.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of season.


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  • But the difference in seasons is one of the reasons that I love it here.

    Winter Survival Tactics

  • But his own imprint on the title seasons at UConn cannot be overestimated.

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  • But the seasons is altogether different now from what they used to be.

    Rilla of Ingleside

  • Jackson agreed with the argument that the Rockets' championships were tainted because Michael Jordan was out of the league for the first of their title seasons and much of the next. Chronicle

  • Rams coach Jim Baron has been on the job for nine seasons and guided the Rams to three straight 20-win seasons but has yet to get them over the hump.

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  • DA Manuel Devalos (Miguel Sandoval) and Police Detective Lee Scanlon (David Cubitt) were more important characters on the show in seasons past than they seem to be for this season thus far.

    Television Review – Medium Season 5

  • Wilson's Runs Saved total over the last three seasons is tops in the majors at any position.

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  • I think I've come to the conclusion that the series was at its best in seasons four and five, and that the last episode of Season Five would have made a marvelous conclusion for the story.

    "The tides will come and go, witnessed by no waking eye."

  • The Eagles have seven straight eight-win seasons and there's no reason to think that streak won't continue, especially if linebacker star Mark Herzlich completes his road back from cancer.

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  • He guided the Anteaters to three 20-win seasons, three Big West championships and two NIT berths.

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