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in tooh i tiv lee

  • r  in an intuitive manner
    inventors seem to have chosen intuitively a combination of explosive and aggressive sounds as warning signals to be used on automobiles

  • The rules we know, even the ones we intuitively feel, are by no means the rules we always follow.
  • As a fledgling writer in Paris, Hemingway intuitively felt a double betrayal of language and ideals.
  • The firm's QlikView program lets users search intuitively across databases and quickly displays information in charts and graphs designed for it.
News & Articles


  • Pope Benedict XVI in FOXNews
    Pius "often acted in a secret and silent way precisely because, given the concrete situations of that complex historic moment, he knew intuitively that only in this way he could avoid the worse, and save the biggest number possible of Jews,"...
  • William Bratton in Seattle Times
    He was a gang member, he saw somebody else that he thought was from an opposing gang and immediately, almost intuitively, he hopped out of that car and shot that young boy twice,Bratton said.
  • Uri Geller in BBC News
    As the clock closed on the bidding [on] Sunday, I felt intuitively I got the price,Geller said. "Suddenly the radio started playing an Elvis song. That was Elvis telling me we got the house."

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