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751. Afterword (nawoord) :: Again and again writers have explained themselves in a variety of ways forewords afterwords essays interviews journal entries not to mention stories or poems that rework old themes
752. Beginning (begin) :: It is a hazard of the job for which you prepare yourself from the beginning
753. Believable (geloofwaardig) :: Twains characters are fairly complex and believable for the time the book was written
754. Brush (kwas) :: The flycatcher was seen lurking in the low brush bordering a secluded pond
755. Brushwork (kwashale) :: The brushwork is impressionistic with jewelry only suggested by bright dots of color
756. Canvas (doek) :: But France heard the call and responded giving just enough to cross the finish line a mere canvas ahead of Great Britain
757. Detail (besonderhede) :: In the wake of this I wonder who he is going to give toilet detail to
758. Foot (voet) :: a captain of foot
759. Footlights (voet lig) :: And his will be a hard act to follow the footlights are bright with public attention the script well known and the chorus voices primed for their cue
760. Line (lyn) :: Dunne was on hand to bundle the ball over the line
761. Motif (motief) :: This distinctively narrative work presents a host of motifs that recur throughout Schreuders printed works including mermaids and sculpted figures
762. Outbid (bied as) :: They bought it unexpectedly by outbidding me at auction a few months ago saying that as they live opposite it they wanted to ensure my rival at the auction didnt get it
763. Portrait (portret) :: The portrait mode will result in a sharp object and blurred background for instance
764. Portraiture (portretkuns) :: Turner elevated English landscape painting from its inferior position below history painting and portraiture and gave it a new expressive role
765. Portray (uit te beeld) :: Or at least reporters would be less able to portray the movement as divided
766. Rating (gradering) :: Rods with lineclass ratings of 30 lb class or below are what may be described as lightline fishing
767. Routine (roetine) :: If you wouldnt mind stepping out of the car well just perform a routine search and be on our way
768. Slide (skyfie) :: The steep asphalt path at the west end of the ruins of St Marys Abbey made a splendid toboggan slide and the invigorating pastime was thoroughly enjoyed
769. Spine (ruggraat) :: All but full forward Noel Costelloe in the central spine of the team were switched from their starting positions
770. Spine (ruggraat) :: All but full forward Noel Costelloe in the central spine of the team were switched from their starting positions
771. Spine (ruggraat) :: All but full forward Noel Costelloe in the central spine of the team were switched from their starting positions
772. Spine (ruggraat) :: All but full forward Noel Costelloe in the central spine of the team were switched from their starting positions
773. Spine (ruggraat) :: All but full forward Noel Costelloe in the central spine of the team were switched from their starting positions
774. Spine (ruggraat) :: All but full forward Noel Costelloe in the central spine of the team were switched from their starting positions
775. Spine (ruggraat) :: All but full forward Noel Costelloe in the central spine of the team were switched from their starting positions
776. Spine (ruggraat) :: All but full forward Noel Costelloe in the central spine of the team were switched from their starting positions
777. Spine (ruggraat) :: All but full forward Noel Costelloe in the central spine of the team were switched from their starting positions
778. Spine (ruggraat) :: All but full forward Noel Costelloe in the central spine of the team were switched from their starting positions
779. Spine (ruggraat) :: All but full forward Noel Costelloe in the central spine of the team were switched from their starting positions
780. Spine (ruggraat) :: All but full forward Noel Costelloe in the central spine of the team were switched from their starting positions
 

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