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  • got down basics
  • sub-scriber
  • SUPERS Rusticus and Lastidianus, the two cousins, persons as shadowy as the "supers" in a tragedy.
  • supervise Another is that Laffie Ashton is unfit to supervise the construction of the suspension span.
  • supervised In this Morse case we chose to present ostensible and reputed actors, prior to presenting descriptions of the special scenes in which history makes them prominent, because considerable knowledge of the age, character, and abilities pertaining to the chief supposed performers in the great Newbury tragedy, or semi-tragedy, will be helpful, if not essential, to any well-based conclusion as to whether any one of them was the leading intelligence that brought it upon the stage, and supervised and managed its apparent actors-and, if either was, then which one among them?
  • supervises Everything is scrupulously clean and bright, as all things must be where Aunt Polly supervises; but the brightest things in the room are the faces of the twin sisters.
  • supervising Especially are his thanks due to Mr Lionel Armstrong for much help ungrudgingly rendered in collecting material, taking photographs, and supervising the experiments.
  • supervisor After the war closed he was Vice-President of the Executive Council, member of the legislature, a U.S. Senator, Supervisor of excise and Collector of the Port of Philadelphia at the time of his death which occurred on the 1st of October 1807 at his country seat in Montgomery Co.
  • supervisors This required new offices, human supervisors, robot clerks.
  • supervisory The Vice President's Committee thus created has done much, including the voluntary "Plans for Progress" which, in all sections of the country, are achieving a quiet but striking success in opening up to all races new professional, supervisory, and other job opportunities.
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