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1939-1975 , →ISBN , page 167: This meant, in the first place, reestablishing an intellectual contact which, given tight Francoist censorship and Spain's almost hermetic isolation from the outside world during the 1940s, had been practically nonexistent. 1996 , Edward Macan, Rocking the

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or soil the next sheet; said of the ink on a freshly printed sheet, when another sheet comes in contact with it before it has had time to dry. Translations [ edit ] To leave; begin a journey or trip Finnish: lähteä matkaan Russian: отправляться   (ru) ( otpravljatʹsj

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Noun [ edit ] vesicant ( plural vesicants ) Any material that causes blisters upon contact with the skin. 1939 , Philip George Chadwick, The Death Guard , page 190: Rubber-clothed figures entered from an inner room like divers in air. Some of the vesicant -proof suits did not

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Jack called him out and shut him up. She called them out on their lies. ( intransitive ) To contact one's workplace and announce that one is unable to attend work. 2012 , Earliecia J. Ebron, Regress I had to call out from work. [ … ] I barely ate yesterday. The only thing that

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number of areal features (similar grammar , vocabulary , etc.) which are primarily due to language contact rather than cognation . 1948 , F[ranciscus] B[ernardus] J[acobus] Kuiper , “Introduction”, in Proto-Munda Words in Sanskrit (Verhandelingen der Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie

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primary objective is to attrit the units sufficiently so that they cannot close with the units in contact . Noun [ edit ] attrit ( plural attrits ) ( countable ) One who voluntarily or involuntarily leaves a company; a termed employee 2009 , Alan Weiss, ‎Nancy MacKay, The

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persists throughout the lifespan, characterised by atypical communication, language development, eye contact , and sensory experiences. 2013 June 29, “ A punch in the gut ”, in The Economist , volume 407, number 8842, page 72-3: Mostly, the microbiome is beneficial. It helps with digestion

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general practitioner] are those of referring patients to other (health) care facilities and acting as contact person for other providers of aid, both for other facilities in first echelon care and with respect to second echelon care (outpatient care and treatment in hospital). 2004 , Alfred

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From Middle English sliden , from Old English slīdan ( “ to slide ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *slīdaną ( “ to slide, glide ” ) , from Proto-Indo-European *sléydʰ-e-ti , from *sleydʰ- ( “ slippery ” ) . Cognate with Old High German slītan ( “ to slide ” ) (whence

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From Middle English reysen , raisen , reisen , from Old Norse reisa ( “ to raise ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *raisijaną , *raizijaną ( “ to raise ” ) , causative form of Proto-Germanic *rīsaną ( “ to rise ” ) , from Proto-Indo-European *h₁rey- ( “ to rise, arise

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