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adjective as in named

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That very weird injury allows him just enough time to bid a teary goodbye to Sam, and allows Sam enough time to come to terms with the fact that it’s really the final goodbye.

From Vox

He also said that Bjergsen’s move to coaching seemed like a natural extension of the work he was already doing in terms of helping his teammates improve and his interest in using analytical tools provided to the team by Logitech.

The reflex is a shortcut, a way to avoid thinking long and hard about patronizing a restaurant in terms of “who to show support to tonight” when the options are overwhelming and the need particularly pressing.

From Eater

Enjoying a nouveau may help us come to terms with it and put it behind us.

This includes the implementation of a layered approach in terms of health and safety measures.

This approach, sometimes termed “controlled choice,” is a hot topic lately in education policy circles (and in my own house).

He was bare armed under a protective jacket a jail official termed “a kind of flak jacket.”

Washington termed our endless and thankless task counterinsurgency—and Anbaris made good insurgents, very good insurgents.

He spoke of how well the present campaign had done in his home borough, particularly in a swath that he termed West Brooklyn.

The second of the three-headed House immigration monster is what's termed the 'Gang of Six.'

A remnant of the long parliament assembled during the anarchy, and has been termed the rump.

Many of them have been termed as satirical pipes taking off some public character a la Nast.

The backs are mostly cut the reverse way of the grain to the present rule, forming what are now termed "slab" backs.

On the other hand, if too thin the emission is comparatively easy, but lacks intensity and is termed "hollow."

Those subject to what are termed wolfy notes can be remedied or the bad notes shifted to less important ones.


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