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adverb at a distance, at that established place, at that location, at that place, at that point, beyond, exactly at that place, exactly at that spot, in that place, in that respect, in that spot, in the distance, into that place, just there, not here, over there, precisely at that place, precisely at that point, precisely at that spot, to or toward that point
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The androgynous symbolism reflects the following simplicity of essentialism: the perfection to be found in the Divine's oneness or completeness was differentiated cosmologically in the Sep Tepy (big bang) and ontogenetically thereabout conception (Azibo, 2011d; Erny, 7376).
The meteoric rise of the two-year-old Chicago start-up drew the attention of Internet champion Google (NASDAQ:GOOG), which was prepared to write a cheque for USD6bn or thereabout.
If we can be there or thereabout at the top after the Crystal Palace game next month, I'll be well pleased.
Albeit paradoxical, even a dead body exists, as long as we are looking at it, or simply talking thereabout.
Even though the races have gone well I have been there or thereabout but you don't quite know and it is still going into the unknown and that is totally different compared to other years.
Dido a dowdy" is, of course, another of many plays upon the d sounds of the name, but it also incorporates the letters of "widow Dido" Hamlet's overenthusiastic engagement with the players also seems just a bit frantic: "One speech in it I chiefly loved: 'twas Aeneas' tale to Dido, and thereabout of it especially where he speaks of Priam's slaughter: if it live in your memory, begin at this line--let me see, let me see" (Hamlet, 2.
When Nigeria committed herself to sending troops in 2006 or thereabout, it was for peacekeeping, because the situation then could be handled," Shettima Mustapha
They have all the right components, and they are there or thereabout in most games.
That could have gone on harmlessly had prices remained stable or thereabout.
That's not what he has said since then for the last year or thereabout.
One economist at Northern Trust, Asha Bangalore, calculated that from 2001 to 2005 or thereabout, 40-percent-plus of job growth was driven indirectly or directly through housing activity.