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  • v. Present participle of solve.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. finding a solution to a problem


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  • The term solving my 2 two problems means that you are able to give solution on how to make the whole mass e-mail process automatic, not manually. New Projects

  • I am so glad that Obama became our President, someone who is genuinely interested in solving this country's problems.

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  • A letter from a lawyer can work wonders in solving these kinds of problems quickly. on October 3, 2009 at 12: 48 am Bill Gibbons

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  • There was a prize for her "interest in solving the problems of humankind" and "attitude to life that demonstrates the virtues of courage and self-giving".

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  • U.S. officials are pressing on Mexican officials at high levels to take action in solving this crime.

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  • His nerve centres of judgment and will have not been employed in solving the problems of life, but in maintaining his own solvency by the insolvency of others.

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  • I have really come to believe that a big factor in solving our most pressing problems will be making the switch to a more sustainable way of life.

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  • Jean-Baptiste Adamsberg has been, until the start of this novel, a provincial police inspector of great unconventionality but with an unusually high success rate in solving cases.


  • The GOPers have made it clear they are not interested in solving the problem.

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  • Those republicans that aren't demonstrably crazy like growing numbers of republicans are these days, are just inept in solving problems caused in part by repubican ideology.

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