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  • v. Present participle of set up.


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  • The report recommended that Packages join with Century Holdings in setting up the plant for flexographic-printed packaging products in Ndola, Zambia.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • Christianity, as neo-Pythagoreanism did, by setting up the claim that in the teachings of its founder it had a "way of life" preferable to that taught by the Founder of Christianity.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • Not far from Burleson, Graig Nettles was setting up close to the infield grass, because you never knew, there was always the chance that Yastrzemski would bunt.

    The Greatest Game

  • In our Connecticut office, we would like to thank our able editors, Valerie Howlett and Madeline Clapps, for their assistance in setting up our new offices, editing, and helping us put together the best possible books.

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  • She was forever preparing him for his life, setting up the tenpins, swinging back the heavy ball.

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  • Kasonde, however, favored setting up a plant to produce corrugated boxes and offset printed cartons.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • “Hi, Griffin!” said Audree, who was setting up her display table with facts about Darwin, the Galápagos Islands, and blue-footed birds.

    The Wish Stealers

  • For free information on setting up an RLT, call the estate planning administrator for the members of the Charles J. Givens Organization at 1-800-333-4652.


  • Any talking done around the setting up of consequences should be minimal and respectful in tone—in other words, assertive.


  • Mr. Seetharaman also mooted the idea of setting up an ice-cream parlour in the park and utilising the profit thereof for maintaining the aquarium.

    The Hindu - Front Page


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