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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Variant of Cerenkov radiation.

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Examples

  • Maybe the-a memory glimmered from the fog-the Nameless Castle.

    Question Quest

  • You'll see sometimes, if you're lucky, the-a woman was being put on a plane to Miami, and we asked where had she come from.

    Democracy Now!

  • But in 2009, to have four other colleagues who have run for office, a number of them, frankly, motivated through the freedom to marry movement, to have them be colleagues working on the Healthcare Committee, working on the Ways and Means Committee, working on the-a prior colleague working on the Natural Resources Committee as the chair, it really broadens the face of our community for colleagues, as well as for the public.

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  • And the reason for me is the-a primary reason, before the '67 reason, and this is the grip of the Holocaust over our life.

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  • Dean: A lot of the-a lot of my conclusions were based on the fact that there was not a scintilla of evidence in the investigation that led anywhere to the White House.

    National Coalition for History

  • Evo Morales-the agrarian reform, the nationalization and the inclusion of majorities, that's the hallmark, the main point of his government-is going to be always receiving, you know, the-a restriction from the eastern part of the country.

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  • But the idea was that there would be-this would be a battle to the-a counterbalance to the emergence of left-wing ideas in Latin America, that they would go home and counterbalance the pink economists.

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  • I was at the-a roast for him for Epilepsy Association, and Hillary Clinton was there, and I said, quite frankly, here you have the hawkish side of the Democratic Party.

    Stress

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