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the total offspring of an individual male; refers usually to a stallion.
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Pomfret: Honestly, that almost made me weep, to be able to rewrite that scene and to set it in our own state, with history getting ahead of what we are doing.
3Com is getting ahead of the curve by uniquely combining its new PoE-enabled wireless access point along with its PoE web-configurable switch and small business Internet Protocol telephony system into a solution set that is specifically tailored and priced for the SMB market," said Aaron Vance, Senior Analyst with Synergy Research Group.
NOT THAT RACE MATTERS HERE AT THE TIMES, BUT IT'S GREAT TO SEE A PERSON OF COLOR GETTING AHEAD, THIS COLIN POWELL INTERRACIAL LOVE NEST STORY IS DY-NO-MITE
The hard cold facts of life are that the secret of being successful and getting ahead is hard work, responsibility, the rule of law and private property rights.
Seems the now-defunct company was getting ahead of itself, says Bishop, in marketing the product before they actually .
We've scoured around, but for many women, getting ahead isn't one of the things that motivates them a lot.
Maximum Success: Changing the 12 Behavior Patterns that Keep You From Getting Ahead.
He promised to close the "digital divide" that has kept families like Myra's from getting ahead.
The future looks brighter than the immediate past, but borrowers still need to guard against getting ahead of themselves.