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to utter publicly

to give expression to, as by gestures, facial aspects, or bodily posture

to convey in language or words of a particular form

to extract from by applying pressure

fixed and distinct from others

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mail that is distributed by a rapid and efficient system

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public transport consisting of a fast train or bus that makes only a few scheduled stops

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rapid transport of goods

serve as a means for expressing something

indicate through a symbol, formula, etc.

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manifest the effects of (a gene or genetic trait)

obtain from a substance, as by mechanical action

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send by rapid transport or special messenger service

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not tacit or implied

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without unnecessary stops

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Breckman highlights Vaclav Havel as the most powerful expresser of this vision of civil society, but the crucial analysis to undertake would be why this power of expression and critique has not yielded, at least in Havel's case, much in the way of real political or social power, either in relation to the workings of the Czech government or to the U.
John Hayward noted in 1604, "As Philo witnesseth, societie of men is maintained by speech, as being the interpreter or rather expresser of the mind" (sig.
There is the driver or Power Juggler, the analytical or Thinker Juggler, the amiable or Adaptive Juggler and the expresser or Intuitive Juggler.
So, arise Sir Alex de Temporary Car Parking Pass - a privilege many an Expresser has gone to his grave without even having had sight of.
30) "Expression implies correction of the world," Iser observes, "and it will only reproduce those parts of experience that accord not with the patterns of outside reality but with the secret wishes of the expresser.
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They can be named as expresser physiological, biochemical and histological changes resulting from chemical and environmental contaminants, which are occurred in organisms at different levels such as the cellular level, population and even ecosystem [5].
He also formed part of the winning Bablake team, with Mark McKelvie as chairman and Liam Collins-McIntyre as the expresser of thanks.
b) T-6[beta]-OH, 6[beta]-testosterone hydroxylase; LE, low expresser; HE, high expresser.
The new OraLab's unique patent-pending expresser and single tube design allows collection and storage of sufficient saliva for both immediate screening and confirmation testing.