v. t.1.To repent; to displease; to disgust.
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Rabbi Aviner says, aThink what we could do if the world were not against us.
SPL bosses demanded a more positive spin be put on their product when they had aThink Tank session with several managers, McGhee included, at Hampden last week.
ATHINK TANK has said the Government should stop funding subsidies for biofuels to tackle climate change and instead use the money to stop the destruction of rainforests and peatland.
ATHINK of the benefits - better heart function and circulation, stronger bones, healthier joints, improved glycaemic (blood sugar) control, less fatigue, enhanced sleep quality and sharper concentration and memory.
ATHINK about where your main workspace areas are and install directional halogens that throw pools of light on those parts.
ATHINK back and remember the TV pictures of young people dying from Mad Cow Disease.
Prior to joining Lycos, Mooney was vice president of marketing and operations at the AThink Group, and was head of worldwide marketing for Interleaf.
Hopkins said the government should be urging Romanians and Bulgarians to athink before you travela.