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  1. Bouts

    Bouts is the name of Aelbrecht Bouts (c. 1452-1549), An early Netherlandish painter, son of Dirk Dirk Bouts, An early Netherlandish painter, father of Aelbrecht

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of bouts in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of bouts in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

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  1. Cincinnati Zoo:

    Kimba began intermittent bouts of lameness last summer, which we've been managing with laser therapy and medications that mitigate symptoms.

  2. Hao Hong:

    But even if a technical reprieve could be in store, potential USD strength and mild market sentiment despite a significant plunge suggest any oversold relief will be transient, and fraught with bouts of volatility, hence, it will be very difficult to trade.

  3. Eddie Phillips:

    It is a valid criticism to say we have not convinced the public to walk more appreciably, and those recommendations will remain, but if we can now recommend to patients that, ‘Gees, if you just get up out of your chair when the commercial comes on or drink more water and have to go to the bathroom,’ even that is enough to break up the prolonged sedentary bouts they describe in the research.

  4. Andrew Marr:

    I would just have these bouts where I would be overcome with emotion and I couldn’t stop crying, I couldn’t control it.

  5. Daniel Denis:

    This may explain why [sleep paralysis] comes in waves or bouts, episodes might coincide with a period of stress.

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    the verbal act of urging on
    • A. brashness
    • B. instigation
    • C. swathing
    • D. sousing

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