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  • verb Present participle of circumstance.


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  • SARAH PALIN (R), ALASKA: You travel this road in life and as you turn a corner there may be something there, circumstancing change and you call an audible and decide to shift gears, take another direction, I'm always open for that.

    CNN Transcript Feb 28, 2009 2009

  • QUESTION: We know that you can't talk a lot about the evidence or the circumstancing of the case, but you feel that you've got a very strong case and you can get (INAUDIBLE)

    CNN Transcript Aug 23, 2007 2007

  • The cutting of a stone may be of more value than the stone itself; and the circumstancing of a deliverance may be greater than the deliverance itself.

    The Ten Commandments 1692


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