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  • v. To expel an undergraduate from university.
  • v. To bowl.
  • v. To commit someone to a prison term.

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  • v. suspend temporarily from college or university, in England


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  • It is reported of Moses360 (on whom be peace!) that when he came to the waters of Midian he exclaimed, ‘O Lord, verily I stand in need of the good which thou shalt send down to me.’

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Then there would be violent maneuvers as they placed Thuktun Flishithy in position to send down the digit ships.

    I Don’t Understand ?

  • And the orbiting power plant only covers about a square mile of sky, and won't send down more than a thousand megawatts even if everything works.

    I Don’t Understand ?

  • 'Tell Mary that I shall want a fire in my room to-day, and send down to Fordham, the Horsham lawyer.'

    Sole Music

  • In their case, it’s extra strange because they believe God just had the one son, but the average old Mormon daddy can crank out as many as his wives can send down the chute.

    Roseanne Archy


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