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  • 1 issue — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. product, offspring, progeny (See posterity); discharge; out come, result; question, dispute (see inquiry). v. leave, depart, debouch, emerge; circulate, dispatch, send, publish; emit, discharge, exude …

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  • 2 Suddenly — Sudden Sud den, a. [OE. sodian, sodein, OF. sodain, sudain, F. soudain, L. subitaneus, fr. subitus sudden, that has come unexpectedly, p. p. of subire to come on, to steal upon; sub under, secretly + ire to go. See {Issue}, and cf.… …

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  • 3 Orube Special (W.I.T.C.H. special issue) — This special issue deals with Orube s life on Earth, mainly with her application at the university for a journalist course.Here she solves a case, where one of the university s teachers steals the computers from one of the student newspapers, so… …

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  • 4 spring — [c]/sprɪŋ / (say spring) verb (sprang or sprung, sprung, springing) –verb (i) 1. to rise or move suddenly and lightly as by some inherent power: to spring into the air; a tiger about to spring. 2. to go or come suddenly as if with a leap: blood… …

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  • 5 start — /stahrt/, v.i. 1. to begin or set out, as on a journey or activity. 2. to appear or come suddenly into action, life, view, etc.; rise or issue suddenly forth. 3. to spring, move, or dart suddenly from a position or place: The rabbit started from… …

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  • 6 start — /stat / (say staht) verb (i) 1. to begin to move, go, or act; set out, as on a journey. 2. to begin any course of action or procedure, as one s career, life, etc. 3. (of a process or performance) to begin. 4. to come suddenly into activity, life …

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  • 7 Franklin Pierce — Infobox President | name=Franklin Pierce nationality=United States caption=President Pierce, about 1855, by Matthew Brady order=14th President of the United States term start=March 4, 1853 term end=March 4, 1857 predecessor=Millard Fillmore… …

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  • 8 gush — gushingly, adv. /gush/, v.i. 1. to flow out or issue suddenly, copiously, or forcibly, as a fluid from confinement: Water gushed from the broken pipe. 2. to express oneself extravagantly or emotionally; talk effusively: She gushed with pride over …

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  • 9 spurt — spurter, n. spurtive, adj. spurtively, adv. /sperrt/, v.i. 1. to gush or issue suddenly in a stream or jet, as a liquid; spout. 2. to show marked, usually increased, activity or energy for a short period: The runners spurted forward in the last… …

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  • 10 gush — [[t]gʌʃ[/t]] v. i. 1) to flow out or issue suddenly, copiously, or forcibly, as a fluid from confinement; pour 2) to express oneself extravagantly or emotionally; talk effusively 3) to have a sudden copious flow, as of blood or tears 4) to emit… …

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  • 11 spurt — /spɜt / (say spert) verb (i) 1. to gush or issue suddenly in a stream or jet, as a liquid. 2. to show marked activity or energy for a short period. –verb (t) 3. to throw or force out suddenly in a stream or jet, as a liquid. –noun 4. a forcible… …

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  • 12 Sallied — Sally Sal ly (s[a^]l l[y^]), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Sallied} ( l[i^]d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Sallying}.] [F. saillir, fr. L. salire to leap, spring, akin to Gr. a llesqai; cf. Skr. s[.r] to go, to flow. Cf. {Salient}, {Assail}, {Assault}, {Exult},… …

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  • 13 Sally — Sal ly (s[a^]l l[y^]), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Sallied} ( l[i^]d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Sallying}.] [F. saillir, fr. L. salire to leap, spring, akin to Gr. a llesqai; cf. Skr. s[.r] to go, to flow. Cf. {Salient}, {Assail}, {Assault}, {Exult}, {Insult},… …

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  • 14 Sallying — Sally Sal ly (s[a^]l l[y^]), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Sallied} ( l[i^]d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Sallying}.] [F. saillir, fr. L. salire to leap, spring, akin to Gr. a llesqai; cf. Skr. s[.r] to go, to flow. Cf. {Salient}, {Assail}, {Assault}, {Exult},… …

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  • 15 Spurt — (sp[^u]rt), v. i. [Written also spirt, and originally the same word as sprit; OE. sprutten to sprout, AS. spryttan. See {Sprit}, v. i., {Sprout}, v. i.] To gush or issue suddenly or violently out in a stream, as liquor from a cask; to rush from a …

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  • 16 Motion of no confidence — A motion of no confidence (alternatively vote of no confidence, censure motion, no confidence motion, or (unsuccessful) confidence motion) is a parliamentary motion whose passing would demonstrate to the head of state that the elected parliament… …

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  • 17 Australian Gamer — Infobox Website name=Australian Gamer url=http://www.australiangamer.com/ type=Gaming Entertainment owner=Guy Yug Blomberg Matt Burgess author=Guy Yug Blomberg Matt Burgess launch date=2005 current status=ActiveAustralian Gamer is a video gaming… …

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  • 18 sally — I. n. 1. Sortie. 2. Digression, excursion, trip, run. 3. Frolic, escapade, wild gayety. 4. Jest, joke, quip, quirk, crank, witticism, sprightly fancy, flash of wit, jeu d esprit. II. v. n. Rush out, issue suddenly …

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  • 19 literature — /lit euhr euh cheuhr, choor , li treuh /, n. 1. writings in which expression and form, in connection with ideas of permanent and universal interest, are characteristic or essential features, as poetry, novels, history, biography, and essays. 2.… …

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  • 20 international relations — a branch of political science dealing with the relations between nations. [1970 75] * * * Study of the relations of states with each other and with international organizations and certain subnational entities (e.g., bureaucracies and political… …

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