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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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NASA and Boeing have provided some updates around their Commercial Crew plans, which aim to get Boeing’s CST-100 spacecraft certified for regular human flight.
The Cessna 172 debuted in 1955 and the Cessna 208 was FAA certified in 1984.
In other cases, confusion over how PUA recipients needed to certify or who qualified for the new aid led to other problems for states.
This unit is Energy Star-certified so you can save your pennies while you keep your kitchen clean.
The United States’ “adequacy” protection was limited to companies that were certified under the Privacy Shield.
Dax is certified to be 56% Siberian husky and 44% Pomeranian.
Neither are state-certified police officers, a designation that would require more substantial training.
“You can achieve an air change by one of two ways,” said David Krause, a certified industrial hygienist and the owner of HealthCare Consulting and Contracting.
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Once the SpaceX craft is certified safe and operational, Crew Dragons will carry up to four astronauts at a time on NASA missions to the ISS.
It will also certify that he made the pluckiest and most successful hundred-mile run ever pulled off in the Southwest.
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