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  • verb Present participle of sharpen.

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Examples

  • Of course, the downside of this is that if you're extremely sensitive, as I am, it means you need to protect yourself from people who take a malicious pleasure in sharpening their blades on your misfortunes and brandishing their cleverness at your expense.

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  • He said O'Donnell's only experience is in "sharpening the partisan divide but not at bridging it."

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  • So the first time I took them to a pro sharpener he said no sharpening is needed on these blades it only takes metal off.

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  • These tapes would then be used by other crew EWOs interested in sharpening their listening and signal interpretation skills.

    Osborne, Edwin N. Jr.

  • These tapes would then be used by other crew EWOs interested in sharpening their listening and signal interpretation skills.

    Wenaas, Gordon J.

  • These tapes would then be used by other crew EWOs interested in sharpening their listening and signal interpretation skills.

    Clapper, Gean P.

  • These tapes would then be used by other crew EWOs interested in sharpening their listening and signal interpretation skills.

    Parker, Frank C. III

  • These tapes would then be used by other crew EWOs interested in sharpening their listening and signal interpretation skills.

    Eckley, Wayne A.

  • These tapes would then be used by other crew EWOs interested in sharpening their listening and signal interpretation skills.

    Van Buren, Gerald G.

  • These tapes would then be used by other crew EWOs interested in sharpening their listening and signal interpretation skills.

    Fisher, Donald E.

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