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  • 101 fold —    Opi, pelu, ho opelu, pelupelu, pe u, opi opi, ōwili.   Also: ho okihi, nunu, mākī, ka apeha, ahue, kīpū, hakuhaku, mōnoinoi, mīnoinoi …

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  • 102 fold(-up) —  Cease (usu. of business) …

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  • 103 Fold — Stud Poker Withdraw from the current deal, as signified by turning one s cards face down …

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  • 104 fold·er — /ˈfoʊldɚ/ noun, pl ers [count] 1 : a folded cover or large envelope for holding documents 2 : a collection of files or documents that are stored together on a computer …

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  • 105 Fold equity — is a concept in poker strategy that is especially important when a player becomes short stacked in a no limit (or possibly pot limit) tournament. [ [http://www.cardplayer.com/magazine/article/14805 Cardplayer.com: Fold Equity] ] It is the equity… …

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  • 106 Fold Zandura — is an alternative rock band from California. They released four albums between 1995 and 1999 plus one white 7 vinyl. Each album was released under a different label. The two premier members also founded the industrial band Mortal. Their songs are …

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  • 107 Fold yard — Fold Fold, n. [OE. fald, fold, AS. fald, falod.] 1. An inclosure for sheep; a sheep pen. [1913 Webster] Leaps o er the fence with ease into the fold. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. A flock of sheep; figuratively, the Church or a church; as, Christ s… …

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  • 108 Fold net — Fold Fold, n. [From {Fold}, v. In sense 2 AS. feald, akin to fealdan to fold.] 1. A doubling,esp. of any flexible substance; a part laid over on another part; a plait; a plication. [1913 Webster] Mummies . . . shrouded in a number of folds of… …

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  • 109 fold-out — Ⅰ. fold out UK US adjective ► a fold out page, map, etc. can be opened out from a book or magazine to make a bigger page: »The magazine contained a fold out poster announcing the trade exhibition. Ⅱ. fold out UK US noun [C] ► a page, map, etc.… …

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  • 110 Fold mountain — Fold mountains are mountains formed due mainly to the effects of folding on layers within the upper part of the Earth s crust. In the time before either Plate tectonic theory developed, or the internal architecture of thrust belts became well… …

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  • 111 fold something double — phrase to fold something so that is has two layers of equal size Fold the paper double to make it stronger. Thesaurus: to fold or furl somethingsynonym Main entry: double …

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  • 112 Fold-Pak — is a division of Rock Tenn with three location: Fresno, CA, Hazelton, PA, and Columus, GA. Fold Pak manufactures Bio Paks, SmartServ and Fold Pak which is commonly used for Chinese and Thai foods.The design comes in a variety of sizes and can be… …

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  • 113 Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like a Peasant — Album par Belle and Sebastian Sortie 2000 Genre Pop Label Jeepster Records Albums de …

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  • 114 fold-out — (n.) 1961, from FOLD (Cf. fold) (v.) + OUT (Cf. out) …

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  • 115 fold your arms — fold your arms/hands/ phrase to cross one arm or hand over the other The border guard folded his arms across his chest and glared. Thesaurus: to move your limbs and appendagessynonym to sit or lie downhyponym Ma …

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  • 116 fold your hands — fold your arms/hands/ phrase to cross one arm or hand over the other The border guard folded his arms across his chest and glared. Thesaurus: to move your limbs and appendagessynonym to sit or lie downhyponym Ma …

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  • 117 fold-back — «FOHLD BAK», adjective, noun. –adj. that can be folded back: »a fold back dome in an auditorium to let the sky in for open air spectacles. –n. something that can be folded back: »the fold back of a car s front seat …

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  • 118 fold something in — ˌfold sthˈin | ˌfold sth ˈinto sth derived (in cooking) to add one substance to another and gently mix them together • Fold in the beaten egg whites. Main entry: ↑foldderived …

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  • 119 fold something into something — ˌfold sthˈin | ˌfold sth ˈinto sth derived (in cooking) to add one substance to another and gently mix them together • Fold in the beaten egg whites. Main entry: ↑foldderived …

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  • 120 fold-out — fold ,out adjective a fold out table, bed, or page is kept folded in a smaller shape when you are not using it …

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