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feel

verb appreciate, be informed of, believe, conceive, conclude, deduce, glean, grasp, know, labor under, learn, note, observe, perceive, sense, share, sustain, sympathize, understand
Associated concepts: feel positive about the outcome of a case, feel the defendant is guilty or innocent
See also: deem, detect, endure, opine, perceive, suffer, surmise
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Baker, who also bred the winner, gave Feel Free a quiet introduction to racing in moderate grade at Coventry, where the son of Droopys Kewell won over the 480m course at first time of asking.
But it amended its advice, saying a decline in new cases in the country meant Britons should now feel free to travel there.
If you have any questions about this procedure, please feel free to contact Cindy Bradley by e-mail: bradlec@ocps.
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Adolescence and young adulthood is a time for exploration and they should feel free to love a same-sex partner without assuming that is how they'll spend the rest of their lives.
If anyone has suggestions for additional topics for featured reviews, please feel free to contact me (email: tvtv@nist.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call Louis Tonelli at (905) 726-7035.
The campaign, known as Feel Free to Say No, follows a survey which showed that more than a third of young people aged between 15 and 24 smoke regularly.
We all want our kids to feel free to follow their dreams, but they can sometimes feel overwhelmed by a sense of responsibility for us.
What to do: Feel free to enjoy green tea, but don't expect it to lower your risk of stomach cancer.
Please feel free to let us know how we can continue improving the guide in the coming year.