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- v. To subtract.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To subtract; to withdraw.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An erroneous form of subtract, common in vulgar use.
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We substract from the possibilities of our existence as a total community by not attending consciously to the national endeavour.
Until the beginning of the 19th century "substract" was a common form in England and America, and among those brought up in somewhat illiterate surroundings it is still to be found.
This is from where he was standing to where the bird was actually picked up, so substract something for actual point of shot impact.
Just like sound recording and reproducing equipment, R&D technicians burn the midnight oil striving to achieve the ultimate-natural sond ie you do not add or substract anything. most certainly the same is applicble to video …. the picture quality.
Then substract some more to account for marriages between two members of minority groups.
I was thinking that if you give Rerun a monologue for about 4-5 minutes which if you substract the total amount of the show which is approximately 53 minutes give or take credits and previously on GoT and minus elaborate sex scenes I'm guessing about 15 minutes, you still have about 20 minutes for the rest of the story.
When you are calculating with percentage you alway round to nearest whole number first then you will substract the difference.
May 7th, 2008 1: 38 pm ET what the hell are you talking about Geoff?? by the way do you know how to add and substract?? if not please go back to school .... she lost and she can't catch him.
Should you substract them from Hillary's 320,000 votes Hillary got on the ballot?
The thing is, how much money is left in an event like that when you substract the expenses?