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/ˈnɒt fərˈprɒf ɪt/
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Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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She currently serves on several corporate and
So while they might not do everything a
would do, they appear to have the resources to do what they do quite well.
And thanks to the downturn there has been ample supply of
hospitals for sale.
sector, the connection isn't as direct, but that doesn't minimize the complexity of the leader's role.
And there are for-profit and
organizations that have entered the teacher-recruitment-and-preparation field.
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Against a spike Kick not, for fear it pain thee if thou strike.
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