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  1. bringing in

    The detention of a vessel on the high seas, and bringing her into port for adjudication.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of bringing in in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of bringing in in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

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  1. Joe Lockhart:

    Downing Street is likely bringing in a TV presenter( for the spokesperson role) and I think reporters just by human nature, a lot of them will see this as a way to get on TV, getting attention, it will not be a briefing per se but a performance.

  2. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson:

    We are bringing forward legislation to stop the system of automatic early release. The difficulty is how to apply retrospectively to the cohort of people who currently qualify, it is time to take action to ensure, irrespective of the law we are bringing in, people in the current stream dont qualify automatically for early release.

  3. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu:

    For the first time in this country I have been able to convince the upstream companies to provide some FX buffer over the next one year for those who are bringing in products.

  4. Walter Wright:

    We're shipping out all the work and bringing in all the people that don't want to work.

  5. Tereza Cristina:

    We are modernizing, bringing in new pesticides, breaking patents and approving new molecules, brazil was late in relation (to approving) these molecules. Almost all countries use these products, there is a lot of misinformation.

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    (of a glutinous liquid such as paint) not completely dried and slightly sticky to the touch
    • A. foreordained
    • B. ravening
    • C. ultimo
    • D. tacky

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