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noun as in time period

noun as in limit

verb as in name something

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Meanwhile, you can’t currently report potential violations of those terms without handing over your email address.

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You point out that using the term "mansplaining" overgeneralizes, so I won't call this behavior "momsplaining."

He said he hopes that he and his staff have built up “some trust and credibility” in terms of their vetting of players.

The term “AI audit” can mean many different things, which makes it hard to trust the results of audits in general.

It sounds like a small adjustment, but it can make a big difference in terms of driving feel.

But on Thursday Boxer triggered a Golden State political earthquake, announcing that she would not seek a fifth term in 2016.

Term limits could be a prescription to speed change along.

Wrapees was the term marines used for the Japanese because they had wrapping round their legs.

This was later repurposed in Europe as an explanation for racial superiority, and the term “Aryan” came to define a white race.

He won re-election twice as governor of New York, and had the hubris to run for a fourth term before being defeated in 1994.

So he bore down on the solemn declaration that she stood face to face with a prison term for perjury.

All changes are to be Rang either by walking them (as the term is) or else Whole-pulls, or Half-pulls.

These practical demonstrations occurred usually in the opening enthusiasm of the term.

I shall show how it is possible thus to prolong life to the term set by God.

But men, through neglecting the rules of health, pass quickly to old age, and die before reaching that term.

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