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A good way to familiarize them with the machine, Mychenberg says, is to walk them next to it.
Before you strap on a harness, though, Perry recommends taking a few days to familiarize your dog with the equipment, as they may not be comfortable with it at first.
Over the next four years, he familiarized himself with the Western practice of law through his PhD research and a series of internships at international organizations.
Knowledge Panels can also familiarize searchers with your organization and point them to resources they may be looking for, such as your customer service number, social profiles or even your most popular products.
Councilman Cate should familiarize himself with the laws that govern household employees.
Officers and members should familiarize themselves thoroughly with the details of such a manual.
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Every one who ever took the trouble to familiarize himself with his work made it.
Then chuck and re-chuck to familiarize yourself with every operative part of the lathe, and never try to force the cutting tool.
The reader should familiarize himself with the physiology of the ear by reference to physiologies.
THE SCIENCE OF HUMAN NATUREWILLIAM HENRY PYLE
Teach the student to listen closely to his own voice, and familiarize him with correct models of singing.

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