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  • v. Present participle of contain.


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  • Such consistent regulations as “i before e except after c” and “if this is the beginning of the sentence, then there needs to be a capital letter” represent the rules that you invoke when you come across a pattern, such as a word containing the consecutive letters “e” and “i.”

    A Mind at a Time

  • Induction is said by Aristotle to be [Greek: hoia phanton], but he says in the same place that for this reason we must _conceive_ ([Greek: noehin]) the term containing the particular Instances (as A B C above) as composed of all the Individuals.


  • The chief difficulty of a question under debate rests in defining the meaning of the term containing the main idea controverted.

    Once a Methodist; Now a Baptist. Why?

  • In addition to failing to disclose the marriage or living situation, Shimonova also failed to disclose bank accounts in her name containing tens of thousands of dollars, prosecutors said. News

  • And that the choice to not use the term containing a religious holiday reflects no "conspiracy against religion" as you have invented?

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  • Then remove the label containing personal information and place the container in the trash once the glue has dried.

    The Cherry Creek News

  • M (where M is a term containing no other variables than those explicitly listed), then there is a combinator X such that

    Combinatory Logic

  • The presiding officer bowed his head in token of assent, and then presented a paper, which he described as containing the specification of charges.

    Horse-Shoe Robinson: A Tale of the Tory Ascendency.

  • And he must not put himself under the first saint with a slantendicular reference to the other, as is much to be feared was done by the Cardinal who came to govern England with a title containing St. Pudentiana, [130] who shares a day with _St.

    A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume II (of II)

  • He added he felt the letter, which he described as containing "far-right extreme" words, vindicated his fears over the flag sending out the wrong message.

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