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  • 1 either way — In both of two cases • • • Main Entry: ↑either * * * whichever of two given alternatives is the case I m not sure whether he is trying to be clever or controversial, but either way, such writing smacks of racism * * * either way | one way or the… …

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  • 2 either — /ee dheuhr, uy dheuhr/, adj. 1. one or the other of two: You may sit at either end of the table. 2. each of two; the one and the other: There are trees on either side of the river. pron. 3. one or the other: There are two roads into the town, and …

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  • 3 either — /ˈaɪðə / (say uydhuh), /ˈiðə / (say eedhuh) adjective 1. one or the other of two: you may sit at either end of the table. 2. each of the two; the one and the other: there are trees on either side of the river. –pronoun 3. one or the other; not… …

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  • 4 either — adj., pron., adv., & conj. adj. & pron. 1 one or the other of two (either of you can go; you may have either book). 2 each of two (houses on either side of the road; either will do). adv. & conj. 1 as one possibility (is either black or white). 2 …

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  • 5 Not so neither — Neither Nei ther, conj. Not either; generally used to introduce the first of two or more co[ o]rdinate clauses of which those that follow begin with nor. [1913 Webster] Fight neither with small nor great, save only with the king. 1 Kings xxii. 31 …

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  • 6 either... or, neither... nor — Either means one of two ; neither means not one of two. Or goes with either, nor with neither: Either Sarah or I will go, but neither Bill nor Jane will. When used alone, both either and neither take verbs in the singular: Either is ready to go… …

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  • 7 Either/Orchestra — Gründung 1985 Genre Creative Jazz Gründungsmitglieder Leader, Tenorsaxophon, Sopransaxophon, Komposition Russ Gershon Trompete Tam Halter Trompete Dave Ballou Trompete Bob Sealy …

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  • 8 Not Without a Fight — Studio album by New Found Glory Released March 10, 2009 (see …

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  • 9 either — 1. pronunciation. The pronunciations iy dhǝ and ee dhǝ are about equally common. 2. parts of speech. Either functions in two ways: as an adjective or pronoun, and as an adverb or conjunction. In all these uses, it means essentially ‘one or other… …

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  • 10 either ... or vs neither ... nor —   either .. or is a construction we use to show there is a choice between two different things, but you can only choose one, not both.   For example:   You can have either beer or wine.   You can use either ... or to give someone an ultimatum.… …

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  • 11 either ... or vs neither ... nor —   either .. or is a construction we use to show there is a choice between two different things, but you can only choose one, not both.   For example:   You can have either beer or wine.   You can use either ... or to give someone an ultimatum.… …

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  • 12 Not One Less — Not One Less …

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  • 13 Not Accepted Anywhere — Studio album by The Automatic Released UK June 19, 2006 USA June 22, 2 …

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  • 14 Not for Sale Campaign — Not for Sale is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization based out of California. According to their mission statement, Not For Sale equips and mobilizes Smart Activists to re abolish slavery in their own backyards and across the globe. Not For Sale… …

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  • 15 Not Like That — Single by Ashley Tisdale from the album Headstrong Released …

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  • 16 Not On Your Nellie — Series 1 DVD cover Format Comedy Created by Roy Bottomley Tom Brennand …

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  • 17 Not just for profit — (NJFP) is a concept that captures an expanded set of values for defining and evaluating for profit private sector organizations, not only by their ability to generate profit as is done traditionally, but also by their determination and success in …

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  • 18 Not sold in stores — is a marketing strategy whereby goods are heavily advertised on television or online and purchased directly from the supplier or manufacturer. The order is usually placed through a 1 800 number call center and the payment by credit card (formerly …

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  • 19 not guilty by reason of insanity — not guilty by rea·son of insanity 1: a plea by a criminal defendant who intends to raise an insanity defense used in jurisdictions that require such a plea in order for an insanity defense to be presented 2: a verdict rendered by a jury in a… …

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  • 20 not proven — the verdict in a Scottish criminal trial that amounts to an acquittal but that is not the same as the verdict of not guilty. In the 17th century, practice developed such that the jury found facts alleged by the prosecution either proven or not… …

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