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Rachel’s prep involved an open mind — and a dress, jewelry and makeup.

This work prompted congressional action, a policy change by the IRS, and ongoing investigations of the tax-prep industry by the FTC and others.

So make sure your Extra Crunch Live subscription is live and prep your thoughts.

Outside of learning, Sora created a network of more than 50 career mentors and has a suite of services, such as SAT prep and counselors to aid with the college admissions process.

Great for apartments, prep kitchens and other small quantity applications, this compact KitchenAid food processor is a capable and powerful unit that gets the job done with simplicity.

And the officer will be well-prepped by an attorney before offering testimony.

A militarized strike force onstage, attired in all black with faces smeared in black as though prepped for a nighttime raid.

The local hospital, in the nearby town of Reading, has been prepped in case of any emergency.

The Chinese team, prepped, fed, and polished, was hungry for victory.

But Reagan, who was over-prepped, shook off the poor performance and directly confronted the age issue through humor.

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On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prepped, such as: able, adapted, arranged, groomed, inclined, and planned.

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

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