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verb develop

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noun development, progress

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noun confrontation

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noun answer, resolution

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verb flower

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verb start

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verb redistribute, station troops or weapons

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verb develop, progress

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verb talk about in great detail

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verb bloom, flourish

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verb demonstrate, show

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verb extend, elongate