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hain

(heɪn)
vb (tr)
to save, leave off, or forbear
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Le president de la Haute autorite independante de la communication audiovisuelle (HAICA) Nouri Lajmi a annonce, mercredi, le lancement d'un projet pilote relatif au discours d'incitation a la haine.
Realizing that they were likely not the only consumers stymied by the limitations of "cloud"-based backup systems (namely, their vulnerability to data corruption and hackers), Chuck & Charles Haine decided to create a solution to the problem.
La Beaute de la haine turns critical attention away from the causes of hatred towards the "noyau dur de l'odieux, la haine la plus pure qui echappe a nos tentatives de rationalisation" (9).
FEW people could be better bred for the job of training racehorses than George Haine, writes Lee Mottershead.
Using sources as varied as novels, newspapers, court dossiers, and marriage and bankruptcy records, Haine paints a portrait of cafes as integral venues of working-class existence.
Scott Haine presents the cafe as a site where working people developed class consciousness and informal but crucial community ties.
Herbert James Haines -- known as Jim - was 97 when he passed away in Rhos on Sea.
It was 1967 when Janet Haines began working as a crossing guard in Falls Church, Virginia, near St.
Former US serviceman John Haines, from La Crosse, Wisconsin, has been inspired by Dungca's work.
PRINCIPALITY Building Society has strengthened its board with the appointment of customer director Julie-Ann Haines.
Matthew Haines, 44, was told he would have to check with head office when he tried to buy 496 boxes from the Morrisons store in Newport Road, Cardiff, last week, as part of their two for PS2 offer.
Request for Qualifications: Haines city parks, open space, recreation and services master plan