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waxing and waning

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  • "We've seen the waxing and waning of a lot of companies," said Max Blouw , president of Wilfrid Laurier University and a board member of Canada's Technology Triangle, the region's economic-development organization.

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  • When Matthew (17: 14ff.) speaks of a lunatic boy whom Mark (9: 14ff.) describes as deaf and dumb, Bede interprets this as a reference to persons waxing and waning in sundry vices as the moon changes, deaf to the sermon of faith and dumb because not expressing faith.

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