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sa chuh rayt

  • v  cause (a chemical compound, vapour, solution, magnetic material) to unite with the greatest possible amount of another substance
  • v  infuse or fill completely

  • But so far, Weis' major crime-fighting initiative has been to saturate crime-tossed neighborhoods, like South Austin on Chicago's West Side, with police officers.
  • On the basis of E63 readings, artillery fire has been called in and flights of B-52s have been dispatched to saturate the suspicious area with bombs.
  • More recently, another model has emerged: each year, often during school breaks, about a million short-term volunteer missionaries in gangs of about 15 briefly saturate the Third .
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  • Granola bites pack energy
    I am always on the go, and constantly looking for quick snacks that will boost my energy during the day. I got really sick of all the processed energy snacks and granola bars that saturate the market shelves these days, so I thought, "I just need to make my own." The initial light bulb of an idea seemed easier than actually executing the plan, as I wanted a simple healthy-ish snack, devoid of a ...
    June 12, 2013 - Sentinel & Enterprise
  • Heavy rain, high water curtail river sports in the Poconos
    Heavy runoff on saturated soils has pushed streams and creeks to high levels throughout the Poconos. And with waterways running fast and hard, boaters and recreational users should use caution, officials warned.
    June 12, 2013 - Pocono Record
  • State Police launch texting-driving
    ANDOVER -- State troopers will saturate the Greater Lowell region starting on June 10 to crack down on texting-while-driving.
    June 5, 2013 - Lowell Sun

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