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  • v. Present participle of vide.¹

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Examples

  • When he was in office, Mr. Thaksin, an ethnic-Chinese telecommunications tycoon, was popular with lower-income Thais for such populist policies as pro viding low-cost health care and cheap credit.

    Once-Stable Thailand Appears Closer Than Ever to Unraveling

  • I also tried sous-viding steaks and then carrying them to a friends house to cook-no good, they tasted like rubber!

    Sous Vide Supreme | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • But the parents of missing children say the biggest problem of all is those who buy children are not punish prod viding the child hasn't been mistreated.

    CNN Transcript Aug 10, 2009

  • Richard is getting killed for leaving scales on the fish and for sous viding salmon.

    Jane McGivney: Top Chef: Underseasoned Food & Overseasoned Chefs

  • These two organizations have a long tradition of pro viding premiers and other leaders with a forum to discuss the day's most important issues and I appreciate this opportunity very much.

    My Vision for Ontario

  • Only four locals appeared to watch the setup, and they were all viding for the local newsfeed.

    The Wizard Of Karres

  • Take the rest of the 6-pack and get your ass out of here, you good for nothing sinyl viding instancer!

    haloaskew Diary Entry

  • The ANC government instituted the legislation as a measure to protect long-serving farmworkers, who have now been given the right of ownership to land on farms where they are employed pro - viding they have worked there for 10 years or longer.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Flint, Perian, Basalt, Hildy, and Turq looked at one an - other over the stupidity of the question, as if they were di - viding up for a game of luggerball.

    Flint the King

  • We are doing him a favor by pro - viding him with a master who will care for him.

    Time of the Twins

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