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Nama: Klaudiana Manggung
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TUGAS 1
 Lingvosoft.com Indonesia-Inggris
1. HIDUP
N
life, living, existence, space, world, head, scene, skin
V
live, exist, get along, subsist, tick, last, liven up
2. USAHA
N
labour, labor, work, effort, pain: pains, application, attempt, try, undertaking,
business, enterprise, venture, affair, resort, sponsorship, aegis
3. HARAPAN
N
hope, expectance, expectancy, hopefulness, trust, expectation, outlook,
prospect
4. MIMPI
N
dream, slumber, hallucination
5. HASIL
N
yield, crop, picking, upshot, production, produce, proceeds, issue, fruitage,
product, result, outcome, outgrowth, output, outturn, fruit, ramification:
ramifications, progress, effect, payoff, performance, triumph, taking: takings,
revenue
6. SUKSES
N
success, achievement, god-speed, hit, stride, eclat
V
successful: be successful, made: be made
7. MAKMUR
A
prosperous, affluent, opulent, palmy, well-heeled, well-fed, luxurious
8. GIGIH
A
stubborn, obstinate, persevering, churlish, persistent, stiff, tenacious,
pertinacious, sedulous, indomitable, dauntless
N
half-cooked rice
V
persevere
9. RINTANGAN
ID
fly: a fly in the ointment
N
obstacle, hindrance, block, cumber, encumbrance, hitch, impediment,
handicap, rub, barrier, hurdle, blockage, countercheck, holdback, cramp, retarder,
retardation, retardment, trammel, setback, crab, traverse, ring-fence, stonewalling,
block: stumbling block, crimp, strike, marplot, trash, complication, hold-up,
debarment
10. GAGAL
A
failed, abortive, frustrated, frustrate, unsuccessful, might-have-been, stillborn
ID
drain: down the drain, grief: come to grief, smoke: end in smoke, smoke: go up
in smoke, cropper: come a cropper
V
fail, phut: go phut, abort, flivver, fall through, miscarry, collapse, finish
badly, flop, flunk, fall down, pip: be pipped, pluck, bomb, curdle, flub, fluke, flush,
fizzle out, wash up, founder, fuck up, misfire, bust, crash, nought: come to nought,
malfunction, stall
 Lingvosoft.com Inggris-Indonesia
1. BOOK
N
buku, pustaka, kitab, jilid
V
memesan, membuking, mencatat, mencatatkan, menerima pesanan
2. CAMPUS
N
perkampungan pd perguruan tinggi, kampus
3. LANGUAGE
N
bahasa, cara menulis
4. CENTRAL
A
pusat: berhubung dgn pusat, pusat, sentral, tengah, pokok
N
pegawai kantor telepon, penghubung
5. CAKE
N
kue, batang, balok
V
kering: menjadi kering, melumuri, melapis, melekat, melengket
6. CAFÉ
N
restoran, rumah makan, warung kopi, kafe
7. DIARY
N
buku harian, catatan harian
8. ANGRY
A
marah, gusar, darah: yg naik darah, murka, berang, benguk, palak, empet,
besar, bergejolak
9. LIKE
A
sama, seperti
seperti, bagai, bagaikan
N
kesukaan, kecenderungan, kecondongan
seperti, sama dgn, sebagai, umpama, laksana, selayak, layak
V
suka, menyukai, senang, menyenangi, gemar, menggemari, demam,
membenakan, membetahi, betah, hobi, setuju, cocok, menghendaki
10. LOVE
N
kecintaan, kasih sayang, sayang, kasih, kesayangan, kekasihan,
kegandrungan, cinta, asmara, cinta kasih, ketresnoan, pacar, kekasih, percintaan,
kosong, nol
V
mencintai, cinta, menaruh cinta, menaruh kasih, mengasihi, sayang,
menyayangi, suka, menyukai, gemar
TUGAS 2
 Yourdictionary.com Thesaurus
1. EMPTY

To become empty
discharge, leave, pour out, flow out, ebb, run out, open into, converge, be discharged,
void, purge, release, exhaust, vomit forth, leak, spill, drain off, rush out, escape.
Antonyms flow in, enter*, absorb.

To cause to become empty
remove, pour out, spill out, dump, dip, ladle, decant, tap, void, let out, deplete,
exhaust, deflate, drain, shed, bail, bail out, clean out, clear out, unload, unpack,
unburden, evacuate, eject, expel, vacate, draw off, draw out, disgorge, suck dry, clear,
drink, consume, use up.
2. EMPLOYER
owner, manager, proprietor, patron, management, head, director, executive, boss,
superintendent, supervisor, president, chief, capitalist, businessperson, entrepreneur,
manufacturer, corporation, company, business, firm, organization, outfit, master, front
office*, old man*, kingpin*, big shot*.
3. FABRIC

Material
cloth, textile, stuff; see cloth.

Basic structure
framework, substance, foundation, makeup; see frame 1, material 2.
4. FAMILY

Blood relatives
relations, relatives, kin, tribe, folk, clan, dynasty, house, household, kith and kin,
kindred, kinfolk, kinsmen, connections, relationship, blood, blood tie,
consanguinity, progeny, offspring, descendants, issue, brood, antecedents,
forebears, heirs and assigns, generations, race, ancestry, progenitors, forefathers,
pedigree, genealogy, descent, parentage, extraction, patrimony, paternity,
inheritance, former generations, kinship, lineage, line, one's own flesh and blood,
clansmen, strain, stock, breed, parents, siblings, children, in-laws, nuclear family,
extended family, the whole tribe*, homefolks*, people*, folks*, nearest and
dearest*.

Several of one kind
order, class, genus, species, subdivision, group; see also class 1.
5. GAME

Plucky
spirited, adventuresome, ready and willing*; see brave 1.

Lame
bad, injured, weak; see disabled.
pastime, amusement, diversion, recreation, sport, play
6. GLOBAL

So pervasive and all-inclusive as to exist in or affect the whole world:
catholic, cosmic, cosmopolitan, ecumenical, pandemic, planetary, universal,
worldwide. See limited, specific

Covering a wide scope:
all-around, all-inclusive, all-round, broad, broad-spectrum, comprehensive,
expansive, extended, extensive, far-ranging, far-reaching, general, inclusive,
large, overall, sweeping, wide-ranging, wide-reaching, widespread. See specific
7. HISTORY

A narrative
account, memoir, tale; see story.

The systematic, documented account of the past
annals, records, archives, recorded history, chronicle, historical knowledge,
historical writings, historical evidence, historical development. see also record 1,
2, social science.Specific divisions of the study of history include: local, state,
national, American, United States, world, European, Asian, African, modern,
medieval, classical, ancient, Roman, Greek, literary, cultural, intellectual;
narrative, folk, ethnic, oral, genealogy;

Past events
antiquity, the past, the old days, ancient times, the good old days*, ancient history
8. INDUSTRY

Attention to work
diligence, activity, assiduity, persistence, application, patience, intentness,
perseverance, enterprise, hard work, zeal, energy, dynamism, pains,
inventiveness; see also attention 2, care 1, diligence.
Antonyms laziness*, sloth, idleness.

Commercial enterprise
manufacturing, business, commerce, trade, enterprise, production, mass
production, assembly-line production; see also business 1.

Business as a division of society
big business, management, corporation officers, manufacturers, shareholders, high
finance, entrepreneurs, capital, private enterprise, monied interests, stockholders.
See syn. study at business.business.

Commercial, industrial, or professional activity in general:
business, commerce, trade, trading, traffic. See action

Steady attention and effort, as to one's occupation:
application, assiduity, assiduousness, diligence, industriousness, sedulousness.
See industrious
9. JOURNALIST
reporter, commentator, columnist, member of the fourth estate; see announcer,
reporter, writer.
10. PRODUCTION

The act of producing
origination, creation, authoring, reproduction, yielding, giving, bearing, rendering,
giving forth, increasing, augmentation, accrual, return, procreation, occasioning,
generation, engendering, fructification, fruiting, blooming, blossoming; see also
making.

The amount produced
crop, result, stock; see product 2.
 Yourdictionary.com Sentence Examples
1. EMPTY

She probably hadn't emptied a bedpan in twenty years.

Just as important are the people who empty the cesspits, the street sweepers,
refuse collectors and those who staff the car parks.

Dustbin emptied?

Enough space was cleared of dirt and debris to lay planks on top of empty nail
kegs, to seat possibly thirty persons.

An empty matchbox placed under the back edge of the interface solves the
problem.

Some are empty nesters who want to get out of the house.

Dirty water or empty pails were commonly punished by pinching or lameness.

A stock of empty sandbags are stored at the stanley lane depot.

The default value is the empty string, which means no extension will be appended
to the filename in any case.

But when difference is relational, it is also an empty tautology.

Click on this to empty the trash to manage folders click on folders in the top
menu.

She watered the plants, emptied a wastebasket and hung up a towel to dry.

He emptied the ashtray into a sheet of newspaper, then shoved it under the bed.

All these supply empty calories which lead to weight gain cut back on alcohol.

Don't throw out empty egg cartons, paper or plastic - they make excellent seed
trays.

People didn't want to spend the money emptying the cesspool and just put a pipe
in to run into the nearest dike.

The coming general election will be expensive, and we are starting with rather
empty coffers.

Dishwasher emptied, floor cleared, toys away.

An empty hive in your apiary containing drawn comb will often attract a swarm a bait hive.

What he said, if i remember, was that it was like being led through an empty
opera house.

Dumbo in line 3 of the entry insert " date unknown " in the empty parenthesis.

Speak the word of god over the empty pews.

Sepulchreide their real tombs, many have found honorary and empty sepulchers.

Drinking on an empty stomach also increase the effect.

You see, the empty tomb by itself would not be proof.

Waggonin had been engaged in the braking of empty wagons adjacent to the
colliery " scree.

The first wagon of the freight is an empty coal wagon from the gaerwen yard.

The first job was to empty the kitchen waste bin into the compost bin on the plot.

Tony had told us to bring empty bottles to get mineral water.

A system will be in place to swap empty gas canisters for a can of beer.

Ullage: waste beer left at the bottom of an empty cask or overflowing into a drip
tray.

There are now a number of genres within music, which exemplify the empty
conceit of muzak.

All their thoughts are spent in empty declamations and forms of satire or anger,
and these do not subdue affections.

Take the empty desolation of one day, all this will be fields.

An effective way to do this is to put empty eggshells ( from hen eggs used to
make omelets ) in the cage.

Later she looks like an empty husk, her energy spent, her tale told.

Literally it means to have your insides taken out, therefore feeling empty inside.

The council's payroll included policemen, firemen, lamplighters, road sweepers,
and the men who emptied the back-court middens.

The case is almost complete, and empty mortices and slots show the precise
positions of a few missing back and side panels.

Cusack played a sublime angled ball in to andy mumford who squared for
keaveny to steer into an empty net.

The empty purses were afterward found in the pocket of the bishop of the diocese!

Yes, at last, behind the empty shell of an old valve wireless, she spied the oil
lamp.

First you need to load an empty spool under the winding knob.

Don't empty the bladder of urine, leave it inside the bladder.

Empty the bowels every morning the body's clock always tries to follow the
cycles of nature.

That is the whole point - empty cowsheds and fields, blank faces on people in the
rural communities.

The two types of trees are: pine trees grow on empty hexagons which are
surrounded by two or more pine trees.

A pitheadman, named john maxton, was in the act of putting in an empty hutch on
the cage.

With the empty maw of the valley opening up on our right, it is like cantering
along the edge of the world.

Banal, empty platitudes fill its pages like wet cardboard clogging a dustbin.

Formal speeches are but an empty prattle, which god regards not: ps. xlvii.

Council tax is a grossly unfair tax - people are fed up with all the excuses and
empty promises.

An important point is that the general strike necessarily is an empty signifier.

You are not at all like an empty suitcase.

The empty plastic wallets should be returned to stock for re-use.

Score along the fold lines by dragging something like a pair of blunt scissors or an
empty biro along the edge of a ruler.

He drove us out to his house where we loaded up the wagon attached to his car
with empty crates.

Regular parliaments were being held, taxation was coming in and the booty taken
from england filled the empty exchequer.
2. EMPLOYER

Collective bargaining with employers.

Compulsion ' the tuc has been at the forefront of those arguing for compulsion on
employers.

Compulsion for employers in contributing to their employees ' pension funds.

Conservatism of science employers and thought that this might adversely affect
disabled students ' employment prospects.

You would need to continue to contribute and the overseas employer would need
to reimburse the institution for the employer's contribution.

Equal-opportunity employer, allowing no discrimination on grounds of race,
creed, or sex.

Employers ' federations - eg the federation of small businesses ( fsb ).

Inducement by an employer.

The inland revenue can however only pay spp from the first week of the
employer's insolvency.

Insolvency of the employer.

Internships with employers.

Lawful for the employer to count public holidays as part of the entitlement.

Minefield for the unwary employer.

Are employers oblige">obliged to offer a pension scheme to their employees?

When attending interviews at employers ' premises, seek only repayment of
reasonable expenses incurred.

Reasonable for the employer to do in the circumstances.

Recalcitrant employer might seek to argue that the union does not come with
clean hands.

Reimbursed by a large employer.

Reimbursed by a large employer.

Reluctance of employers to release workers for treatment.

Seekcoming business aware useful information on one of the key skills sought by
some graduate employers.

Stead with prospective employers for many years afterward.

Unlawful for an employer to operate blanket bans on the recruitment of people
with diabetes.

Absolve the employer from any vicarious liability.

Blacklisted by the building employers.

From this point onward, all of the money contributed toward these benefits is, in
essence, an employer contribution.

Compliance officers have no right to serve orders in respect of the wages of
workers no longer employed by the employed by the employer.

Exemplar employer of people with mental health problems ` .

Onus on the employer to provide a pension scheme.

Prized by employers.

Prized by employers.

He will succeed merely by showing that an employer's wrongdoing had materially
increased the risk of the claimant contracting the disease.

Finally, we would caution against wholesale employer compulsion given the
potential negative impact that this may have on smes.

Insolvent employer.

Sponsoring employer.
3. FABRIC

Brocade fabrics are inspired from the sense of ' sight ' .

Chintzy fabrics.

Another option is for the children to produce a fabric banner, with each creating a
fabric collage to be sewn onto a banner.

Colorful fabrics.

Crafted from bright, soft fabrics that babies can't resist.

Drapery of the luxurious fabrics.

Faille fabric body.

Interweave is interwoven into the fabric of everyday life.

Luxurious of fabrics.

Oxford fabrics, the pack has adjustable shoulder straps.

Sherds in this fabric are heavily burned.

I need to change the sheets on my bed, put some fabric softener">softener in the
wash mom always does.

Suppressant fabric which will also help to warm the soil.

Swatch of fabric from the wedding dress to the florist.

Includes a mosaic builder where you can play with your shopping basket fabric
swatches online.

Taffeta fabric has been used for curtains and heavy textured tweed sofas sit
alongside leather and wood lamps.

Two-ply fabric are stronger and more durable, but usually heavier.

Water-resistant fabric.

Weave pattern was created by applying chemical dyes mixed with rice paste
through stencils on to the surface of the woven fabric.

Weaveiked how he was woven into the fabric of the origin.

Weft of the endless fabric of love.

Acetate fabric.

Chintz fabrics, this is a wonderful retreat for all seasons.

Endpaper fabric is an omega workshop linen, dating from 1913 when the novel
begins.

Grosgrain fabric body with a gold toned kiss clasp.

Outlast fabric to even out temperature changes like the inner jacket.

Polyamide fabric.

Slinky fabric for a sexy, figure hugging look.

Stretchy fabric to fit both size groups.

Upholstered in the same fabric to create a consistent look.

Upholstery fabrics were very often done in vertical stripes of very light, cool
colors.

Velour fabric is fixed to his belt.
4. FAMILY

They are members of the amaryllis family and look very much like the cape belladonna
lily of south africa, amaryllis family and look very much like the cape belladonna lily of
south africa, amaryllis belladonna.

Once again from family anecdotes, it is understood that thomas hogarth had a butchers
business of his own in bispham, blackpool.

Armigerous families.

Beloved wife of the late angus young, a much loved and sadly missed sister, aunt and
great aunt of the family.

Austro-Asiatic family.

Billeted with a dozen families.

Black sheep of the family.

However, his initial reaction to his daughter-in-law was based on rightful concern for
historical family bloodlines.

Our family boatyard closed in the mid 80's, not 70's as stated.

Bosom of the y family by an earlier train, all might have been well.

Brag about the family and show off some writing.

Breadwinner in a family, especially where there are children to be brought up.

Family breadwinner is would replace whole time without avoid toxic clients.

The respondents were told that the appellant was out, making arrangements to visit
mauritius on urgent family business.

I open my house to nearby family caregivers for small meetings which they have begun
to look forward to.

Adult learning refund policy once a course has begun, we will only consider refund
requests in exceptional personal or family circumstances.

We are also holding a regional heat of the kennel club's scruffts competition for family
crossbreeds.

Disharmony within families, within companies, and between businesses and their clients.

These produce social and financial problems, which include reduced earning capacity,
family disharmony and isolation.

Family disintegration has continued apace: the proportion of births to lone parents has
rocketed from 21 % in 1996 to 26 % today.

Disunity within the reformed family has impaired our ability to serve god's mission in
fullness.

Atmosphere: more your cosmopolitan family eatery than your seaside tavern.
5. GAME

Adrift with twenty games to go - you boys have pulled off a minor miracle.

Aficionados of the first class game.

Aggregative games are often best studied in the context of particular applications.

Bookworm word building game.

Burnout game on the psp for that.

Cat-and-mouse game continues, he is sucked ever deeper into the serial killer's world.

Catchup game.

Download every game cheat on the planet get cheats for every game ever made!

Clarets in the 6-5 game.

Classis game of skill and accuracy for all the family to enjoy.

Common denominator between the two games is the absence of robert page and the use
of a makeshift defense.

Complexion of the game changed.

Conceded in four games.

Dogfight game.

Farce of a game in 1974 against leicester city having lost to newcastle in the semi-final.

Four-handed games in about forty minutes, with each game throwing up a three-way tie
for the lead.

Free-for-all games, it plays a far more important role in teamplay games.

Gymkhana games and therefore open to all ages and abilities.

Hangman game?

Hide-and-seek game helps develop logic and memory skills.

Home computer game.

Intricacyely, we could write all day about this and still not fully convey the game's
intricacies.

I started the game contact Irene faster than state.

Legendry game fish the mahseer have thrilled generations of sportsmen, and indeed will
continue to do so.

Main memory of that game, apart from the header he scored, was the amazing
atmosphere.

Minesweeper game that you have on your computer.

Officiate in games and provide help and guidance.

Officiated the game.

Outrun games have always relied on the classic design principle of simple to learn, but
hard to master.

Patience games here ( including variations ), all in the one download.
6. GLOBAL

Failure to register its rdn may preclude an organization from joining the public global dit
without first changing its distinguished name.

The dangers ahead our global economy is becoming more dependent on the internet.

The pilot episode and series enjoyed global exportation, but the program has never
commercially released in any format.

Click here global gangers have been sharing their wishes for the new year.

During the cold war, immigration was more a question of global geopolitics.

The global ecological footprint was 13.5 billion global hectares in 2001, or 2.2 global
hectares per person.

Inequityeve, as a labor government we must use our power to create the global
institutions that are needed to address global inequities.

Every kill earns the player a set amount of money, and final scores can be sent to a global
ranking leader board.

Em uncovers how english is changing and spotlights people, groups and governments as
they embrace and fight the global lingua franca.

Maharishi to address washington press on may 12 maharishi will hold his next global
news conferences on may 12 and 13.

Oligopolyactor that makes these global oligopolies nearly impenetrable to newcomers are
their extensive distribution systems.

For the last several years, a global oversupply of this coffee has kept prices depressed.
7. HISTORY

Adage that history repeats itself, first as tragedy, and then as farce.

Airbrushed from the history of government reform.

Annals of history stalin's name will forever be recorded with the infamous brand of cain!

Blip in the history of the university.

Blunder in the history of the english people.

Byways of naval history ' .

Compendious history of the cotton manufacture was published in 1823, points up the
problem.

Detour into russian history and the revolutionary democratic approach of the bolsheviks.

Digression into the history of bolshevism.

Dustbin of history, the better.

Emeritus of french history, university of london.

Epoch in history will begin with you.

Facing history to meet the key stages 3 and 4 standards in history and citizenship.

Footnote in the history of the game.

Gaffes in the history of modern pr.

Geopolitics history and the future palden jenkins 22.

Glove compartment history of the motorway service area ' ever.

Good Book on the history of the bridge, showing how the first peter colechurch bridge
was built.
8. INDUSTRY

The new york awards are the media industry's highest accolade.

Accolade in the industry.

ADP's industry to taxes slapped.

Agglomerated industries in the uk are predominantly low-tech.

Apotheosis of an industry gone mad.

Arboriculture industry, with representatives from major industry bodies and
organizations.

Baitfish production industries.

Texprint offers a carefully selected group of graduates from all over the uk their first
opportunity to meet press and industry bigwigs.

Capital-intensive industry.

Child labor in the carpet industry is not a new phenomenon anymore.

Cogeneration in the steel industry.

Coloration industry through support of relevant research.

Construction industry cost at least £ 1 billion to repair or rebuild.

Cruditylic service has to be maintained and be free from the crudities of private industry.

Deregulate an industry.

Dyestuffs industry.

We need to start developing industry experts: people capable of giving you the
competitive edge you will need to survive.

Floriculture industry in the 21 st century.

Footloose industry.
9. JOURNALIST

Ego of a well-known industry journalist, joe pox represents his own views independent of
musictank.

Freelance journalist based in brussels.
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Hard-bitten, cynical journalist.
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Imprisoned journalist has lived in britain for 16 years and has a british wife and two
british children.
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Investigative journalist of the year " for 1987.
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Masqueradee also some shadowy characters circling this all-important industry
masquerading as journalists.
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Broadcast journalists based at the regional centers throughout the uk.
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At the party is philip kaufman, a pulitzer prize winning journalist exiled from the us in
the mccarthy witchhunts.
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Intimidate journalists and anybody else.
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Angling journalist!
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Bookish journalist, was born in germany, grew up in chicago, lived for too many years in
boston.
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Embittered journalist is the correct answer.
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Highbrow journalists were too afraid to touch.
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Citizen journalists.
10. PRODUCTION
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Adenocarcinoma with mucin production.
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Anarchy in production.
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Anarchy of production.
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Antiserum production in support of ongoing requirements for reagent antibody
production, research and development.
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Catfish production systems.
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Cultivated for the production of fruit, such as apples, pears, plums and cherries.
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Feedstock for ethanol production in the united states.
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Galleon's production of the white devil created a vulgar world of gaudy images and
suffocating misogyny.
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Innovated the production only come from increase in the.
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Musicology of production.
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Off-Broadway stage production at theater de lys.

Phlegm production.
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How does being a passenger in one of the fastest production powerboats in the world
sound?
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Pullets for free range egg production across the country, supplying around a million birds
a year.
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Spermatozoonarly it improves a man's spermatozoa production.
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THC production ceases.
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Understudy in amateur productions, there are no understudies.
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Byproduct of copper production so the price doesn't have a major effect on supply.
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Calyx production occurs simultaneously with peak resin production is a breeding goal not
yet attained.
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Circuit boards production equipment for small and large producers of pcb's.
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Coenzyme in the production of energy.
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Decoupled from production.
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