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Another is to designate specific lots of shares to be sold, usually those that cost the most.
Designate a specific list or notebook for keeping track of these small tasks as you identify them.
In their letter, principals may designate a teacher in the school to be the recipient of the contest materials.
Designate that direction as x-axis, which is perpendicular to the y-axis.
Designate an out-of-town emergency contact-long-distance calls may be easier to make than local ones.
Then, with a few mouse strokes, you designate a part of their body to touch and a move to put on them.
His point, of course, is that cultures-musical and non-musical-decide what to designate as a disability.
Designate two more students to play the role of wind and give them the fans.
Designate a z-axis that is perpendicular to both x and y axes.
Changes in details designate functions for each space.
Bettors designate nonprofits to receive the proceeds.
Fifth, help your parents discard or recycle as much of their belongings as possible and designate recipients for the rest.
The darker colors within the oil designate the areas of the thickest crude oil.
Designate important, heavily used corridors for high speed rail system.
One copy to be given to an officer designated by me, the other to be retained by such officer or officers as you may designate.
Designate one day a week that is utterly e-mail free.
And he said he had asked provincial authorities to designate a site on the mainland where the material can be dumped.
We recommend that you designate beneficiaries to receive your life insurance benefits.

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