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  • v  use or exercise the mind or one's power of reason in order to make inferences, decisions, or arrive at a solution or judgments
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  • Tadatoshi Akiba in Bloomberg
    Joint hosting is very meaningful,Hiroshima Mayor Tadatoshi Akiba said in a press conference aired live on the city's Web page today. "We aim to abolish nuclear weapons by 2020 and want to cerebrate it by jointly hosting the Olympics, a...
  • Bakili Muluzi in Nyasa Times
    I am pleased that we have an English girl in our family. We are inviting her to Kapoloma to meet Kalikokha's grand mother and relatives in the village to cerebrate their marriage in Malawian way,said Muluzi.
  • Sam Nujoma in AllAfrica.com
    As we cerebrate here today, we should not forget many of our young people that cannot enter into the university because of lack of places and financial resources,said Nujoma.

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