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- verb Present participle of
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Redefining (or "undefining") marriage so that the state comes to embrace same-sex relationships as equally beneficial would deprive a class of children of their birthright to be raised by their natural mother and father.
The stranger was enveloped in a wide and undefining garment, a sweeping robe fit for any duchess of the realm, whose flowing folds showed a magnificent tissue of silver embroidery covered with golden flowers, below the plum-color and green.
No file attached - it would be interesting to see what is in this Acad. lsp, since it may be undefining / redefining your commands.
Luckily, undefining the interface which I newly added with a duplicate uuid has fixed any resulting issues for me - and I've only forgotten this once.
His work and his life was sort of about undefining race, "said Bill Bottrell, who co-produced" Black or White "and worked closely with Jackson from 1986 into the early '90s.