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- noun metrology Symbol for the
exagram, an SI unitof massequal to 1018 grams.
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Boys round town, they tell me, used to call him 'Eg' behind his back.
Fair Harbor Joseph Crosby Lincoln 1907
Francis 'Eg' White interview: the craftsman behind pop's perfect songs Benny Andersson interview for the Benny Andersson band on Hampstead Heath Glastonbury 2009: Jack Penate interview for the album Everything Is New
“Bring It Back”: Here we have a collaboration between Kris and London-based tunesmith Eg White (“Chasing Pavements”), and the melody is preposterously gorgeous.
Eg, the Yankee Stadium even though I barely know what baseball is!
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Eg, what happens when it turns out the members of a gang have all "married" each other so they won't have to testify against each other?
Eg Robin Hood, the Lone Ranger and mob series are also popular because cartoon charactures of exteme personalities are entertaining, but living in the real world with them would be a nightmare.
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Eg show a characters nervousness through the flickering of a candle beside them or their shaking hands, or them spilling a drink.
Eg lulu says that w/t only applies to items delivered in the USA; does smashwords withhold tax on a sale made in my home market (which is the UK)?
Eg @annieevett – this will alert that person you have answered a question or are mentioning them in some way.
Eg, removes tiredness, clears head, enable you to work better.