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  • 1 asking for what is due — index demand Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 omit what is due — index default Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 due to — 1. The use of due to is one of the key topics of discussion in debates about correct usage, along with infer/imply and the split infinitive. As an adjective meaning ‘owing, payable, attributable, (of an event etc.) intended to happen or arrive’… …

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  • 4 due — 1. adjective 1) their fees were due Syn: owing, owed, payable; outstanding, overdue, unpaid, unsettled, undischarged, delinquent 2) the chancellor s statement is due today Syn: expected, anticipated …

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  • 5 due — I. a. 1. Owed, to be paid. 2. Proper, fit, suitable, appropriate, becoming, befitting. 3. Owing, to be ascribed. II. n. 1. Debt, what is due. 2. Right, just title, lawful claim. III. ad …

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  • 6 Due process — is the legal code that the state must venerate all of the legal rights that are owed to a person under the principle. Due process balances the power of the state law of the land and thus protects individual persons from it. When a government… …

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  • 7 due — adj Due, rightful, condign are comparable when they mean being in accordance with what is just and appro priate. Due, which basically means owed or owing as a debt, carries over in the sense here considered a strong implication that the thing so… …

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  • 8 What If (comics) — What If , sometimes rendered as What If...? , is the title of several comic book series published by Marvel Comics, exploring the road not traveled by its various characters. Events in the series are considered separate from mainstream continuity …

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  • 9 What it Was, Was Football — is a monologue by comedian Andy Griffith, recorded in Raleigh, NC in 1953 and released in that year by Capitol Records (Capitol F2693). On the original single, the monologue is credited to Deacon Andy Griffith . [ [http://dmdb.org/cgi bin/plinfo… …

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  • 10 Due Column betting — (also: due column betting ) is a type of fixed profit betting strategy whereby a bettor increases the amount he wagers on a single proposition after each successive loss. According to this system, the bettor determines a target profit before he… …

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  • 11 What Where — is Samuel Beckett s last play produced following a request for a new work for the 1983 Autumn Festival in Graz, Austria. It was written between February and March 1983 initially in French as Quoi où and translated by Beckett himself. ynopsisThe… …

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  • 12 due diligence — n 1: such diligence as a reasonable person under the same circumstances would use: use of reasonable but not necessarily exhaustive efforts – called also reasonable diligence; ◇ Due diligence is used most often in connection with the performance… …

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  • 13 What's in a Name? — Author Isaac Asimov Original title Death of a Honey Blonde Country United States Language English Genre(s) …

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  • 14 What? Where? When? — Genre Game show Starring Vladimir Voroshilov, Boris Kryuk Opening theme Owl with Crown No. of seasons 34 No. of episodes 1000+ …

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  • 15 Due South, Volume II: The Original Television Soundtrack — Soundtrack album by Various artists Released 1998 Various artists chronology …

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  • 16 Due South Magazine — Due South was the name of a British Listings magazine which covered the cities of Southampton, Bournemouth, Portsmouth and Winchester. Due South was among a number of provincial What s On /Entertainment listings magazines produced during the late …

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  • 17 What We Made — Studio album by Example Released 17 September 2007 …

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  • 18 due care — n: the care that an ordinarily reasonable and prudent person would use under the same or similar circumstances – called also ordinary care, reasonable care; see also due diligence compare fault, negligence Merriam Webster’s Dic …

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  • 19 due — [adj1] unpaid; owing money chargeable, collectible, expected, in arrears, IOU, mature, not met, outstanding, overdue, owed, payable, receivable, scheduled, to be paid, unliquidated, unsatisfied, unsettled; concept 334 Ant. paid due [adj2]… …

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  • 20 What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? — is a novel by author Henry Farrell published in 1960.Plot summaryThis gothic story of chilling suspense and psychological horror deals with two aging sisters, Jane and Blanche Hudson, who are living alone together in a Hollywood mansion. Jane, a… …

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