Sperate


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Spe´rate


a.1.Hoped for, or to be hoped for.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The strongest endorsement of Moderna (MRNA) and Translate Bio (TBIO) may have come from Big Pharma, with Astrazeneca (AZN) among the largest shareholders of the former and Merck (MRK) having two sperate drug-development deals with the company, Josh Nathan-Kazis writes in this week's edition of Barron's.
A sperate unit of the roadmap has also been approved to be set up in Home department.
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It's smooth and sleek that curves and splits into three sperate side tables.
"The second injury is no relation to the first, completely sperate."
Background music and dialogues do not feel sperate and that can lead to an uncomfortable listening experience.
But while Liddle then walked away from the scene, Hassan began his brutal attack, during which he held a lighter to the man's sleeping bag, clothes, hair, eyebrows and body on at least 25 sperate occasions.
Khawaja has taken notice of some media reports regarding two sperate alleged firing incidents in the metropolis.
If woman is to guard her sperate identity, which is her right, and strive towards gender apartheid attitudes, she must understand first who she is.
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Che cosa sperate di trovare a Londra, a Parigi, a Vienna?