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  • n. Plural form of mesh.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mesh.


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  • His actual last name meshes with his profession perfectly.

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  • But it still kind of meshes with Dollywood and part of the Dollywood complex.

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  • The judges selection kind of meshes with AutoblogGreen readers, who overwhelmingly picked the VW Golf TDI from the list of five finalists.

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  • The data presented also ignores the totally subjective metrics of how well any particular camera "meshes" with any particular human.

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  • It happens in the state delegations, it happens in the delegate hotels and their caucuses where each state party kind of meshes for one time every four years they're all on the same hotel, even if they don't like each other they have to eat together and -- and as a result a lot of state political business gets done at a convention I think is very important and it also is the one time in four years when a political party exists other than as an abstraction.

    CNN Transcript Aug 26, 2004

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  • This kind of meshes with the "why can't we say" Fag "thread.

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  • It is hardly coincidental that this interpretation meshes with conservative political ideology.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • The idea meshes with a suggestion I've heard before, most recently by unclutterer on being faced with difficult downsizing decisions.

    On cluttered spaces

  • But here Espenson skillfully meshes the twisted, the sentimental and the absurd as she brings out Torchwood's trademark switches in tone.

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