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noun as in glove

Strongest match

Strong matches

noun as in pawn

noun as in pledge

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Gage was also interested in genetic diversity, but he was best known for pushing against another piece of scientific dogma.

Gage and his colleagues showed that these could also cause mosaics to emerge.

People had long assumed that adults never made new neurons, but Gage had led a group that published a paper in the late 1990s detailing evidence of newly born cells in a brain region called the hippocampus.

See the radar estimates below and also the highest gage measurements we have received thus far.

Now Uber is dealing with a labor shortage and is hoping to bring drivers like Gage back.

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Another, founded by Katie Packer Gage herself, WWP Strategies, pulled in $5.5 million that election.

That means six years, at least, of 30-hour gym days and, at Gage, $600-a-month training costs.

But Grimes estimates that there are roughly 20 girls at Gage training at elite levels, and writing those accompanying checks.

Pre-Travolta, she was also married for two years to actor Kevin Gage, who was in her 1986 movie SpaceCamp.

At the time, the LAPD appealed for help after a 15-year-old girl was sexually assaulted in the area of Hoover and Gage avenues.

Ce gage d'amitié plus qu'un autre me touche: Un serrement de main vaut dix serments de bouche.

I fancied that, had he dared, he would have leaped into the room and taken his own part—and who could rightly gage what that was?

Governor Hutchinson was superseded by General Gage, who was sent out with four regiments.

People were by no means distressed, for they believed that Gage would soon take his revenge.

It should therefore have been Gage's first care to shut the insurgents out from those positions.


On this page you'll find 76 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gage, such as: mitt, gauntlet, mitten, and muff.

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