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The emo low is trying to displace the slacker high and getting nowhere.

To start, natural disasters displace a tremendous numer of people every year.

One thing I tell people is that we’re not here to displace the barbershop.

Another scenario would be to slightly displace the expressway, which was built in 1967.

As a matter of fact, our position is that Iran would displace somebody who is not an OPEC member.

When I complained to my boss about my co-worker sexually harassing me, he was very dismissive, and suggested that I was exaggerating the whole thing. displace

The MTA is planning to displace the R62As from the 7 train with these cars.

Second Attempt to Displace Pontiac The future of Pontiac was still doubtful.

A large range of nucleophiles will displace chloride.

These boards displace water and sit lower in the wave than a surfboard with a concave bottom.

Air and/or water is used as a circulation fluid to displace cuttings and cool bits during the drilling.

The Nazis rationalized that the (Aryan) Germans had a biological right to displace, eliminate and enslave inferiors.

The purpose of sparging is to saturate the enclosed liquid with the gas, often to displace another gaseous component.

Rowe 1996, p. 27. in most primate societies, males are dominant unless females band together to form coalitions that displace them.

The creep is sufficient to displace roads, curbs, and sidewalks and so visibly reveal the surface trace in many locations.6.

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