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  • v. Present participle of uptear.

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Examples

  • Is it not a shame the uptearing of these streets that you see?

    The Next Mayor of Toronto

  • It is to the honour of human nature, that after the uptearing of so many sacred opinions, a production like this, revealing the chain of connection through the works of Creation, and the Creator in his works, should have been hailed, as it was, with enthusiasm.

    Paul et Virginie. English

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