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The new generation of deans will undoubtedly preside over dramatic changes.
When a chaplaincy dies, there is nobody to preside over the funeral.
Married couples preside over all but one of the homes.
Let our leaders be chosen, not by the composite of their gender, but by their readiness to preside over our great nation.
Hill asked a friend, a local judge and retired brigadier general, to preside at the ceremony.
But chiefly, in their hearts with grace divine preside.
He has been raised to preside over things as a prince.
He would preside over the agricultural estate that stood as the cornerstone of all.
The odds that a communist regime can continue to preside over a capitalist economy indefinitely are rather slim.

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