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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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What he cherishes is the fact that he's been able to coach for so many years, doing something he loves to do.
He represents what this district wants and cherishes, which is old school midwestern modesty.
Obama "cherishes" a trinket and a book given to him by Gordon Brown, and he worships them like tiny gods by keeping them in a little pagan altar he set up in the Oval Office.
Therefore, any one who 'cherishes' it is a traitorous bastard.
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It is a challenge that this devout competitor cherishes, and to which, so far, he is rising well.
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While Newcastle's manager cherishes Barton's ability he fears the circus surrounding him has taken a toll on his 50-year-old face.
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Will Ragozzino/BFA Queen Sonja and King Harald V of Norway In his remarks, King Carl XVI Gustafnoted that there are 11 million Americans of Scandinavian ancestry in the U.S., and that he "cherishes his relationship with the United States."
As a woman who loves life and cherishes freedom, I suspect I'd prefer lethal injection to life in a cell, and recognize that it must take courage to fight a death sentence.
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Lynn had a profound spiritual experience that she cherishes to this day.
Terry has been roundly abused by rival supporters and, unfairly he would argue, lost the armband he cherishes so much.
John Terry was the problem that never went away for Fabio Capello
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