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Instead, as they transpire water during the heat of the day they cool the surrounding air.
This victory also comes with its own unique context—though this time shaped by events transpiring far beyond Arthur Ashe stadium.
“We want to see what has transpired and that way the public can have confidence their elected leaders and civil servants have conducted business with the highest level of integrity,” he said.
WE’RE SUING FOR COVID-19 DATASCOTT LEWIS AND JESSE MARXAUGUST 14, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
These contracts are essential to the process of surrogacy, because they outline specifically what will transpire during your surrogacy journey.
Nothing was allowed to transpire to disturb the festivities at Greenwich.
The officers of the engineers had come to join us, ignorant at first of what was to transpire.
The general, therefore, never allowed any of his intentions to transpire till the moment of execution.
HURRICANE HURRYW.H.G. KINGSTON
There would seem to be a poetic fitness in the trend of events should it so transpire.
He felt a keen desire to kiss her, and what might transpire at Ruth Merriam's party rose vividly before his eyes.
THE FINANCIERTHEODORE DREISER
What she had meant did not transpire, and Adam did not pursue the subject to inquire.

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