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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ush.


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  • Conflicts in a striving meritocracy, he noted can probably be managed more easily where there are groups whose membership of the nation is ambiguous, who are very dependent on elite sponsorship, and whose presence flushes out ethnocentric responses among the masses which can then be held against them.

    Republican Writer: Minority Mortgage Meltdown All Dems’ Fault; Stix to Accuracy in Media: Remember Reed!

  • Joseph not only ushes the school but loves the Duchess with a consuming love, and a year after Guy has been at the school and defied all efforts to kidnap him he tells the Duchess of the inflamed state of his cardiac penumbra.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 146, March 25, 1914

  • An 'there Joe finds' im, an '' ome Joe brings 'im in the car, an' Joe an 'me an' the Spider 'ushes things up.

    The Definite Object A Romance of New York

  • You know, both of them are cars and both of them will take you from point A to point B. Expression B.end tutorial: B.ushes, gradients, fills and strokes (webcast)

  • I presume that the Government understands all of this and so the fact that it still ushes ahead with this crazy green ideology in the face of all reason proves just how dysfunctional it really has become.

    A Tangled Web


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