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The only other person at Swansby’s is her boss David Swansby, a descendent of the dictionary’s founder.
You can plausibly say today’s virtual reality is a descendent of smartphones.
If they look familiar, it’s because the Flex earbuds are a descendent of the Beats X headphones that debuted roughly three years ago in 2017.
When you visit, be sure to request a private tour of the property with Victoria Smalls, the Park Ranger with the National Park Service Reconstruction Era National Historic Park and also a Gullah descendent.
The queen of one of the islands in the Victoria Nyanza is a descendent of them.
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I don't mind Slith so much, he's only a little anachronistic reptile, a descendent of happier days in dinosaurial dawndom.
His faithful descendent seized the present opportunity to celebrate the event with more pomp than ever.
Toutes ces couches descendent au sud-est suivant la pente de la montagne, mais avec un peu plus de rapidit.
Les dernires couches au nord au dessus d'trembires descendent vers le nord-nord-est, sous un angle de 40 au 50 degrs.
Leurs couches descendent par consquent vers la valle du Reposoir, situe leur pied au nord-ouest.

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