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Synonyms for ceratin

a fibrous scleroprotein that occurs in the outer layer of the skin and in horny tissues such as hair, feathers, nails, and hooves

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A stench goes through our life, of something rotten That taints our spring and summer to the core That stench is of the grave, 'tis sure and ceratin, The grave's walled up and marble guards the door, But oh!
Depuis un ceratin temps, le poisson monte d'un cran.
He said the detainees were subsequently shot dead, believing the commander might have been killed by Taliban at the behest of ceratin groups which implemented their plans throught the guerrilla movement.
These services are guaranteed to a postal operator by the state as an exclusive right within the scope of a ceratin limit regarding weight and price (Directive 97/67/EC).
Mae haenen allanol y croen yn llawn ceratin, ac mae'r ceratin yma yn brodin sy'n gostwng faint o ddwer sy'n cael ei golli drwy'r croen.
But, even if there is an initial political reason for the language dominance, it oftenloses it, with time and starts functioning as the symbol of the sociocultural integrity of a ceratin society.
He tells me that the star who was informed on January 2, 1943 that his home had been burnt to the ground but his family was safe and who then enquired if fire services had been able to save his good tuxedo was a ceratin Bing Crosby.
The State Department's annual foreign operations appropriations bill, the Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, includes provisions that prohibit assistance to ceratin countries.
Penrith look ceratin to finish Second Division champions despite their second league defeat of the season, 1-0 at Thornaby.
"All I can say for ceratin is that since the day I arrived at Ibrox I have tried to do my best for the benefit of this club.
Both RSSL and CTC are recognised for their leadership in ceratin scientific disciplines, and both organisations are actively involved in training for the food industry.
It is, however, unfortunate that Memmi could not (or would not) make more of this deserving (and neglected) issue, in his final appraisal relying on the standard interpretation that racism is maintained and reproduced under ceratin social formations.
A new AD applicable to ceratin Dornier Model 328-100 series aircraft has been adopted by the FAA.