v. t.1.To repent; to displease; to disgust.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Police use of stop and search has been cast under the spotlight this week after the release of athink tank reportcalling for the the tactic to be used more often by patrols battling a surge in violent crime in London.
ATHINK about how your business is likely to change over the next five years and plan for that now - this could either mean refurbishing your current office or moving to a new location.
It's not just the internet users who athink Jenkins' friends might be guilty.
ATHINK tank has defended plans to turn the North of England into a "free trade zone", following claims it would lead to low wages and worse working conditions.
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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 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.
ATHINK tank has suggested that the North East should become a free trade zone.