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n.1.(Com.) Seventy pounds of lead.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Adult students, "those aged 25 and over who are participating in some type of fotmal postsecondary instruction" (Paulson & Boeke, 2006, p.
Un discurso que amparado en nuestra propuesta de bien formal se remite a la posibilidad de hablar de bien comun como idea regulativa para los dos contextos--tanto el de la con-validacion como el 'bien fotmal'--que hemos analizado.
And he keeps contrasting previous times with the present: "The paths that people tread now / ever so slowly, as if they feared / to wake up ghosts, / they ran before / rapidly, as if to save their lives; / was clearer then / every errand's goal?" ("Fotmal" [Steps]).