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foundation or basis:
He laid the groundwork for an international conference.
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Penance, charity, and humility he laid down for the
and basis of his rule.
In other words, these areas may not have had the functions they do in modern humans, but the changes were laying the
However, laying that
will take more than text mining, and certainly more than the subset of textual materials on offer.
of a language, however, is only one of the features that give its literature a certain direction.
Physicists are now laying the
for so-called quantum repeaters.
And in his own laboratory, he's laying the
that may help this evolutionary leap happen ahead of schedule.
But that hardly even matters unless all the rest of us have laid the
But they inadvertently laid the
for hostility between non-whites.
But a new study has laid the
for future research into the topic.
for an educationally rich family vacation needn't focus only on the destination.
British Dictionary definitions for
preliminary work as a foundation or basis
the ground or background of a painting, etc
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