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1(exchange)intercambio masculinocambio masculino
- It is more of an interchange, a consultation, and it continues surging widely.
- It casts a dank shadow over the sunniest of interchanges.
- Unlike some other parts of Britain, these communities overlap, allowing meaningful interchanges, and helping fear, distrust and divisions to be contained.
- On their part, students will have access to homework assignments, and school news and events besides an interactive interchange with other students and teachers.
- It is also about a certain type of urban society, a society of exchanges and interchanges.
- The whole project was sold with the goodwill of people based on these interchanges.
- It's a subtle interchange and exchange that happens between patient and doctor.
- Detachment seems I must say an odd emotion when I think of an interchange, a conversation, a collaboration, which is bound to bring differing points of view to bear.
- We used repeated examination of our data, critical exchange among team members, and interchanges with readers about working papers to seek robustness and plausibility.
- Anyway, the upshot of all this is that I may have more time for blogging than I'd anticipated, but probably not for lengthy interchanges in the comments boxes.
- AFN sources confirmed the agreement but said such interchanges are entered into very rarely.
- A brief interchange of words resulted in the unanimous decision to escape as soon as possible.
- But for the moment I just want to discuss an interchange which another of the members of the panel had with one of the questioners.
- The social scientist analyzes the interchanges of the disputants from the standpoint that there is a correct position and an incorrect one.
- But the speed and frequency of these interchanges sacrifices the clarity of the monologue, which is a shame as Hotter's script, in the places where is was Ned alone, is impressive.
- Incidentally, the interchange, feedback and conversation has been immensely valuable to me, and I hope also to my readers and interlocutors.
- There are a number of reports and white papers provided by various sponsors, and I hope that in the upcoming weeks and months we will develop a lively interchange between the members of the Forum.
- I trace the origin of the arts to a source almost the opposite of male competition and display - that is, to the early communicative interchanges between mothers and infants.
- The courteous and legitimately self-interested housewife opened the door to make her choice, and found that, in so doing, she had made a commitment, and entered into a dramatic interchange.
- Their quick-fire, stichomythic interchanges are particularly funny.
2(on road system)enlace masculinointercambiador masculino España
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