moble

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moble

(ˈmɒbəl)
vb (tr)
to muffle, shroud, or envelop
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Mobble, Moble

 moveable goods, property, c. 1300.
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She not only has her personal collection, but there are also many pieces in the Royal collection she has the option to loan," Grant Moble told (https://www.nowtolove.com.au/royals/british-royal-family/kate-middleton-wedding-outfit-48262) Now to Love.
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The campaign has a highly visual aspect in the participation of over 150 well-trained riders on horseback who are an integral pat of the campaign's format as they accompany moble clinics dressed up as pink caravans across the country.
WiFi Offload is a technique used by moble network operators to basically reduce usage of their cellular networks by having you use your home or free local WiFi hotspots for your smartphone's data connection.
Pages 6-7 SLAITHWAITE pupils are buzzing after winning PS1,000 for recycling over 100 moble phones.
(20) La kamareta estava grande ma no avia dingun moble. 'The room was (estar) big but there wasn't any furniture.' However, Kluger (2006) did not classify her data's adjectives into individual or group qualities (or any other system to differentiate types of adjectives).