Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of strain.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of strain.

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Examples

  • There are several strains of the fungus, what we call strains, because they will form the sexual stage, and a strain alone will not.

    Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the 43rd Annual Meeting Rockport, Indiana, August 25, 26 and 27, 1952

  • On Friday, Benedict lamented what he called strains on the traditional African family, condemning sexual violence against women and chiding countries that have approved abortion.

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  • This former Portuguese colony is mainly Catholic and Benedict lamented what he called strains on the traditional African family.

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  • On Friday, Benedict lamented what he called strains on the traditional African family, condemning sexual violence against women and chiding countries that have approved abortion.

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  • On Friday, Benedict lamented what he called strains on the traditional African family, condemning sexual violence against women and chiding countries that have approved abortion.

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  • On Friday, Benedict lamented what he called strains on the traditional African family, condemning sexual violence against women and chiding countries that have approved abortion.

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  • On Friday, Benedict lamented what he called strains on the traditional African family, condemning sexual violence against women and chiding countries that have approved abortion.

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  • On Friday, Benedict lamented what he called strains on the traditional African family, condemning sexual violence against women and chiding countries that have approved abortion.

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  • This former Portuguese colony is mainly Catholic and Benedict lamented what he called strains on the traditional African family.

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  • On Friday, Benedict lamented what he called strains on the traditional African family, condemning sexual violence against women and chiding countries that have approved abortion.

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