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kuhn fur

  • v  have a conference in order to talk something over
    We conferred about a plan of action
  • v  present
    The university conferred a degree on its most famous former student, who never graduated

  • Certain copy variations have been shown in humans to confer protection against diseases like AIDS, while others are believed to contribute to autism, lupus and other conditions.
  • Just a handful of recently selected genes have previously been identified, like those that confer resistance to malaria or the ability to digest lactose in adulthood, an adaptation .
  • As evidenced by the fantastic gowns he has created, he has fulfilled those wishes to the extent that clothing can confer beauty where there was none; many of these garments are .
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  • Scott Boras in USA Today
    Alex has been out of the country. I expect him back later today and want to confer with my client before saying anything,agent Scott Boras said.
  • John McCain in Turkish Press
    An unconditional summit meeting with the next American president would confer both international legitimacy on the Iranian president and strengthen him domestically when he has been very unpopular with the Iranian people,McCain said. "Such...
  • Mompati Merafhe in Africasia
    Botswana's position is that the outcome of these elections does not confer legitimacy on the government of President Mugabe,Botswana's Vice President Mompati S. Merafhe told an AU summit in Egypt, according to a statement. "In our...

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