embar


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embar

(ɪmˈbɑː)
vb (tr)
1. to enclose with bars
2. to stop or impede
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Instead of loan deals nex season, Eriksson will b given the go-ahead to embar on a shopping spree to le Leicester to automa p romotion.
In a victim personal state ment, one elderly victim said: "Thinking about what I have done, I feel stupid and embar rassed.
Even though it was years ago, I still want to die with embar rassment when I recal l my daughter being r e f u s e d a cut because the stylist discovered she was sha r ing her tresses with an infestation of lice.
Why can't he see he's an embar rassment and that the public blame him for the culture that led to the needless deaths of 1,200 people at Mid Staffs?
Guests will enjoy performances by India-based musicians including ghatam player Dr S Karthick, and violinist Embar S Kannan who will lead a six-member troupe.
Sin embar go algunos paises han ido ampliando su concepcion explicitando matices fundamentales.
Seglem was also a co-founder and largest interest owner in the Embar Field, Yates Gas Project, Andrews County, Texas, where his duties included lease operations, acreage acquisitions, drilling and well completions.
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These associative shifts were political projections on the part of these organizations towards broader public appeal and, for the Labour Party and the MCF, away from more embar
Start with Walsh's chapter on spelling, since, as he quotes the United Press International stylebook, it is important to know burro, an ass, from burrow, a hole in the ground, lf you, like me, suffer constant embar .
Fremito do meu corpo a procurar-te, Febre das minhas maos na tua pele Que cheira a embar, a baunilha e a mel, Doido anseio dos meus bracos a abracar-te.