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a person or thing that
Scots Law, Ecclesiastical Law.
a plaintiff or complainant.
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No trouble identifying this one: a flying fish that was soaring away from a
on long, winglike pectoral fins.
The hunger for wealth, which reduces the planet to a garden, fools the eager
Dovekies being chased often perform a plunging escape maneuver in the air in order to evade its
Patrol cars cannot properly pursue in soft sanded areas and often get stuck in the process, giving the
the upper hand.
If chased, it displays an uncanny knack of keeping a bush between itself and its
When cornered, it may thump its
with a hind foot to stun it and then make a break for freedom.
Meanwhile the ram, sensing danger and perhaps seeing his
twitching, quickly departed.
Day found the station by herself, but was shot and killed by her
before she could enter the building.
Low success rates may mean a loss to the nation, because investigators will not
their high-risk ideas.
got into the elevator with her, and when the elevator reached bottom, started walking after her.
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George Bernard Shaw