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Shaffer is a vital, cherished and cherishing grounding influence.

In grounding the 787, the FAA declared that the fires represented an “unsafe condition.”

The lithium-ion batteries that caused the grounding last year of the entire Boeing 787 fleet weigh 60 pounds on each plane.

She is his place for replenishment, for grounding, for rest, and for joy.

One imagines exactly this consideration for the needs of another as grounding his transformation.

Grounding the keel, some of them gladly leaped out, feeling with inexpressible relief the solid strand beneath their feet.

After this grounding in agriculture, which all the boys must have, the student gets an introduction to the mechanical trades.

All, excepting the aged grandmother, spoke French, and the daughters had a thorough grounding in the literature.

A number of excellent sergeants and corporals did not have the necessary grounding to enable them to pass the examinations.

Friedrich, grounding partly on those Rhine aspects, has his own scheme laid for Campaign 1758.


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