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  • 81for all the world — phrasal in every way ; exactly < copies which look for all the world like the original > …

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  • 82Look Around You — Series 1 logo Genre Comedy Format Science Parody, Satire Cr …

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  • 83Look (American magazine) — Look was a bi weekly, general interest magazine published in Des Moines, Iowa from 1937 to 1971, with more of an emphasis on photographs than articles. A large size magazine of 11 by 14 inches, it was generally considered the also ran to Life&#8230; …

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  • 84Look and feel — is a term used in descriptions of products and fields such as marketing, branding and trademarking, to signify the experience a person has using a product, and the main features of its appearance and interfaces.In software design, look and feel&#8230; …

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  • 85Look What I Did — For the compilation by Joe Walsh, see Look What I Did!. Look What I Did Origin Nashville, TN Genres Pop punk Post hardcore Mathcore Years active 2002–present …

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  • 86Look Back in Anger — (1956) is a John Osborne play and 1958 movie about a love triangle involving an intelligent but disaffected young man (Jimmy Porter), his upper middle class, impassive wife (Alison), and her snooty best friend (Helena Charles). Cliff, an amiable&#8230; …

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  • 87LOOK — LOOK, established in Nevers, France in 1951, was originally a ski equipment manufacturer. The company produced bindings both under its own name and under other brands such as Rossignol and Dynastar. The partnership with Rossignol (which later&#8230; …

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  • 88Look-in — was a long running children s magazine centered around ITV s television programmes in the UK, and subtitled The Junior TV Times . It ran from January 9, 1971 to 12 March 1994 [ [http://www.geocities.com/juniortvtimes2006/94No10/1994 no10 pg01&#8230; …

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  • 89Look What the Cat Dragged In — For the song by Giggs, see Look What the Cat Dragged In (song). Look What the Cat Dragged In Studio album by Poison …

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  • 90look — 1. non standard uses. There are various idiomatic uses of look that are confined to particular parts of the English speaking world and are not part of standard English: for example look you as a way of attracting attention, found in Shakespeare • …

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  • 91Look at the Harlequins! — is a novel written by Vladimir Nabokov, first published in 1974. The work was Nabokov s final published novel before his death in 1977.Plot summary Look At The Harlequins! is a fictional autobiography narrated by Vadim Vadimovich N. (VV), a&#8230; …

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  • 92Look — Look, v. t. 1. To look at; to turn the eyes toward. [1913 Webster] 2. To seek; to search for. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Looking my love, I go from place to place. Spenser. [1913 Webster] 3. To expect. [Obs.] Shak. [1913 Webster] 4. To influence,&#8230; …

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  • 93Look at Me (film) — Look at Me Look at Me film poster Directed by Agnès Jaoui Produced by …

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  • 94look\ out — • look out • watch out v 1. To take care; be careful; be on guard. Usually used as a command or warning. Look out! John called, as the car came toward me. Look out for the train, the sign at the railroad crossing warns. 2. To be alert or&#8230; …

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  • 95Look and Tremble — Look and Tremble, sometimes Look and Tremble Shoals or Look and Tremble Falls is a shoal or rapids and swimming hole on the Chipola River in the United States state of Florida. It lies south of the 274 crossing of the Chipola west of Altha in&#8230; …

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  • 96look out for someone — look out for (someone/something) 1. to feel responsibility for someone or something. I have a network of neighbors who look out for each other and support each other. 2. to be aware of the existence of someone or something. Everybody thought I d&#8230; …

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  • 97look out for something — look out for (someone/something) 1. to feel responsibility for someone or something. I have a network of neighbors who look out for each other and support each other. 2. to be aware of the existence of someone or something. Everybody thought I d&#8230; …

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  • 98look out for — (someone/something) 1. to feel responsibility for someone or something. I have a network of neighbors who look out for each other and support each other. 2. to be aware of the existence of someone or something. Everybody thought I d win, but I&#8230; …

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  • 99Look at Me (canción de Geri Halliwell) — «Look At Me» Sencillo de Geri Halliwell del álbum Schizophonic Grabación 1998 1999 Género(s) Pop Duración 4:33 (versión de álbum) 4:08 (versión de sencillo) …

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  • 100look out for something — ˌlook ˈout for sb/sth derived 1. to try to avoid sth bad happening or doing sth bad Syn: ↑watch out • You should look out for pickpockets. • Do look out for spelling mistakes in your work. 2 …

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