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n.1.A claw.
1.An ounce; a small portion.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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As the examples above show the compiler of the text when rendering the unit of weight uses the French unit of weight and time, i.e., unce.
"I will anno unce tomorrow when the parties (will reconvene) and the new talks (will happen)," he told reporters, as he arrived for a meeting of the ISSG task force on humanitarian access.
En tercer termino, el cambio de "une" por "unce" en el verso referido al "fatalismo".
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She's in her fourth year as president of the Washington International Horse Show (which was in the red until she stepped in), and she has given millions to charity, including UNCE the Martin Luther King Memorial in D.C.
Mr Gray said it was a ``disgraceful an no unce ment '' and was ``disgracefully handled''.
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