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  • noun Common misspelling of segments.

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Examples

  • I'd rather keep full quality but in short segements or go to Blu-Ray.

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  • Then what do they do, say, "Hey we need additional segements to create enough thrust"???

    More Ares Woes - NASA Watch

  • Dr. Boujoisly (Challenger) repeatedly brought this up in engineering meetings along with his very real concerns about joint rotation of the segements during motor ignition.

    More Ares Woes - NASA Watch

  • Rightly or wrongly, the Repub. spinmeisters spin Dem candidates in a way that turns large segements of the population off.

    Time Poll: Obama The Stronger Dem Against McCain

  • Food became trendy, chefs became idols and expendable income fueled a monsterous growth in almost all segements of the commerical food industry.

    Do�a Martha gets lots of e-mails

  • Now while I do agree that polls are not particularly relevant, this one dissagregates the numbers and it is the movement of independents, among all segements, that makes this significant for me.

    Look at the movement on Gallup's "strong and decisive leader" graph.

  • A powerful story of a confrontation at a stage station where passengers are holed up because of an impending storm, the short novel is told in brief segements by various travelers.

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  • A powerful story of a confrontation at a stage station where passengers are holed up because of an impending storm, the short novel is told in brief segements by various travelers.

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  • I thought that line segements were represented by drawing a line over the endpoints, not underlining them.

    But I love her!

  • The blackmail threat is usually thought to exist with foreign intelligence agencies, however, if the British intelligence dossiers on Brown's private life and activitiesin Britain's anti-apartheid movementare as thorough as has been reported, Brown may not have very much wiggle room to deviate from past New Labor policies, especially if segements of the files have been shared with the CIA and the Bush White House.

    New British PM May Be Ripe for Blackmail

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