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Synonyms for amuse

Synonyms for amuse

to occupy in an agreeable or pleasing way

Synonyms for amuse

occupy in an agreeable, entertaining or pleasant fashion

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make (somebody) laugh

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Amusa separates other tribal ritual practices from his role in the colonial police, putting a case forth for tolerance in duality: "I arrest the ringleaders who make trouble but me I no touch egungun .
Students' level Numerical scale based on AMEB (Australian Music Examination Board) grading system with 0 being complete beginners and 10 AMusA Diploma level 3.
Isolation of fungi from each of the blemished fruits was carried out using the method of Amusa et.
Other established players like GlaxoSmithKline should not be ruled out, but Amusa said the Merck business, whose products include the Seven Seas brand of supplements, made most sense as a target for Sanofi.
Analyst Gbola Amusa, (ok) of Sanford Bernstein, said: "This company has a good US and Canadian presence, so to that extent can help Glaxo globally.
ROSALIND CROUCHER, BA (Hons), LLB (Syd), PhD (UNSW), AMusA, FRSA, FACLM (Hon); Professor and Dean of Law, Macquarie University.
Also elevated is Deputy Minister of Tourism Amusa Mwanamwambwa, who is now in charge of Youth, Sport & Child Development.
Black female students relate Amusa to Uncle Tom and feel he deserves his humiliation.
AMUSA, et al (2013) Work environments and job performance of librarians in the public universities in South -west Nigeria.
Byline: Felix Chima Anyanwu Daniel Ter Goon Augustine Tugli Abiodun Olukoga Lateef O Amusa M.
If they could prove that, then darapladib could be one of the most successful drugs in history," UBS analyst Gbola Amusa said.
Information literacy entails individuals' ability to know when there is need for information, how and where to get the information and using such information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose (Abdulwahab Amusa and Umma, 2009; p.
Goon DT, Toriola AL, Shaw BS, Shaw I, Amusa LO, de Ridder JH, et al.