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pruh duhk tiv lee

  • r  in a productive way
    they worked together productively for two years

  • It means ID adherents have raised productive doubts--and in science, being productively wrong is nearly as valuable as being right.
  • To help you surf more productively, we've compiled a cheatsheet of the most playful, entertainingand even usefulcampaign websites.
  • We can also use machinery more productively.
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  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in Journal of Turkish Weekly
    And on Tuesday newly-appointed US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said at a news briefing that a "clear opportunity" existed for Iran "to demonstrate some willingness to engage more productively" and added "Whether or not that hand becomes...
  • Stephen Harper in Canada.com
    I think, quite frankly, I'm going to have to make a judgment in the next little while as to whether or not this Parliament can function productively,Harper said.
  • Exene Cervenka in Los Angeles Times
    My focus will certainly be on maintaining my health,Cervenka, 53, said. "Many people remain strong and continue to live their lives as productively as they had before an MS diagnosis, and I plan to be one of those people."

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