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(At a specific point), adverb at this juncture, at this place, at this point, at this point in time, at this spot, at this time, at this very moment, now, now precisely at this point, precisely at a point, quickly, right away, right here, within reach, without delay
See also: current, present
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Here's another online mathematical example where hyperosculating appears twice in the same sentence: "On a general curve in [n] where, in contrast to F, there is no confluence of the points of hyperosculation, the hyperosculating primes have precisely (<< + l)-point contact; while at the points of hyperosculation the osculating [5] for s ^ n--2 are not hyperosculating.
Here's a clip (with faint audio) from thehap of a parade in Dubai's Naif area:
Here's to guys celebrating Father's Day today for the first time.
And here's how the hook became embedded: Two numbers later, swishy and effeminate Mark (Ryan J.
This is harder than it sounds but, basically, here's the plan: You have to work together to create a "newfound" friendship by forgiving and forgetting dopey slights and fights.
Here's hoping he brings his commonsense perspective to whoever is making policy these days at the White House.
Here's the premise: Sustainable shareholder value increasingly comes from assets that aren't accounted for on an organization's balance sheet.
78 million-acre Coronado National Forest boasts a landscape that ranges from mountains to desert, but here's a sameness big tree hunters will appreciate--a whopping 13 national champs: Arizona pine, Santa Catalina Mountains, 294 pts.
You walk in the AOC today, you walk up to one of the crew positions in the AOC and here's a guy standing with three work stations in front of him.
Here's our Jasmine cleaning her teeth" here's Bernard coming his hair" and look, here's me recording myself in the mirror in the mirror recording myself in the mirror"'
Here's a couple of portable MP3 players and memory storage gadgets for your enjoyment--the Japanese seem to love 'em, that's for sure.
Here's an unhappy little story to which we were recently privy: A student at a selective university was asked to leave after her first year, due to academic probation.