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

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You’ll get a more vibrant mix of colors when you employ ink.
Privacy Sandbox would effectively create a Google-owned walled garden that would close down the competitive, vibrant Open Web.
They were domestic, in the most vibrant militia tradition of the Founding Fathers, nothing like terrorists.
Someday, they could be as strong and vibrant and beautiful as the mother and sister she lost.
Colorful and vibrant, with gorgeous classical architecture, Salvador, in Bahia state, has it all.
YOUR GUIDE FOR WHEN TRAVEL RETURNSDANIEL MALLOYDECEMBER 27, 2020OZY
She walks her dog down the city’s Third Avenue, which was once vibrant with businesses, but is now vacant as businesses have had to close their doors.
‘I’VE LOST EVERYTHING THAT BASICALLY BRINGS SOMEONE JOY’BRITTANY CRUZ-FEJERAN AND MAYA SRIKRISHNANDECEMBER 23, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
We hope today’s action is the beginning of a return to a more vibrant and open Internet.
The Downtown Project is, as the name implies, it’s a project to make downtown a thing again in Las Vegas — a vibrant area where a lot of people might actually want to live.
Detroit is a city with a rich history and a vibrant culture.
This set of six towels is perfect for the beach—they come in vibrant colors, and are 39-by-70-inches each.

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