Definitions

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  • v. add by mixing or blending on or attaching

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Examples

  • Aunt Muza gets beef from her patients, women who work in stores or meat-packing houses.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • The blame is not all on the oil companies ..... they carry the brunt of it out of greed and total disregard for the environment they work in over cutting corners and profit-minded idiots who overlook common sense approaches to anticipate things like this happening and just overlooking it to save money.

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

  • In particular, Gold found it a ludicrous custom to maintain on a ship whose primary purpose was to work in the service of the S.C.E., probably the least spit-and-polish branch of the service.

    Breakdowns

  • From managing proxy attendance in the classes during a weeklong tour to Goa to reviving the college magazine, taking up flood relief work in Kurnool district to get the collage and hostel days revived, the 2004 batch has left a remarkable impression.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • The type-4M incorporated linear motors that enhanced and supported the joints, normally allowing work in up to two standard gravities.

    Creative Couplings

  • The episode started four days earlier when, while at work in his office at Edwards, Neil got the phone call from Deke Slayton, head of the astronaut office at the Manned Spacecraft Center, then still under construction on Clear Lake, southeast of Houston.

    First Man

  • Through a nationwide competition, the Agency has hired 32 university and college students to work in Parks Canada's field units this summer to produce video reports on their experiences in the national parks, national historic sites and NMCAs.

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • It remains to be seen if PAP-1 will work in people as well as it does in lab animals.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • The report offers a clear indication of some of the areas that UN Women, which started work in January under the leadership of the former Chilean president Michelle Bachelet, is keen to prioritise in its work.

    UN women report: Access to justice remains a work in progress

  • This relates to work in the second century, when the Bible was translated from Hebrew into Aramaic by the scholar Onkelos.

    THE HIDDEN FACE OF GOD

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