|Adopt THE accent||1) THE character is a Geordie, which required THE actor to Adopt THE accent .|
2) In THE retranslation for THE DS version, Frog's manner of speech is closer to modern, yet antiquated English, and no longer Adopts THE accent of THE earlier versions.
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|Adopt alias||1) Comedians and others performing hoaxes often Adopt aliases for their performance role.|
2) To further this divide, the girls would sometimes Adopt aliases so that their activities might not reach their families' ears.
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|Adopt amendment||1) The depositary shall communicate any Adopted amendment to all States Parties .|
2) We are Adopting amendments to our rules to implement the Conflict Minerals Statutory Provision.
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|Adopt approach||1) Municipalities also may Adopt approaches of converting waste to energy through methods such as generating electricity from landfill gas.|
2) But across the country, communities are Adopting approaches to help put these boys and young men on the path to success.
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|adopt||1) The strategy adopted might depend upon each circumstance.|
2) Again cultural control measures are being adopted .
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|adopt a child||1) You adopted a child with special needs.|
2) An individual or couple adopts a child from another country.
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|adopt adapt||1) Various nations either adopted or adapted the design for their own cipher machines.|
1) Both are pre-Celtic goddesses, but heartily adopted and adapted by the Celts.
2) Some people outside the University have adopted or adapted more quickly than some inside.
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|adopt apply||1) It was later adopted and extensively applied by the Boeing Company.|
2) The pipe band idiom has also been adopted and applied to the Galician gaita as well.
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|adopt approach||1) Brennan has adopted a completely different approach .|
2) Experimental and clinical research papers adopting fresh conceptual approaches are encouraged.
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|adopt approve||1) Notes that are signed, adopted or approved by the witness are generally subject to subpoena.|
2) This analysis was adopted and approved by this House and I do not intend to cast any doubt on it.
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|adopt attitude||1) It shapes and molds the youth to adopt attitudes and values.|
2) People adopt attitudes that are rewarding and that help them avoid punishment.
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|adopt baby||1) Many couples are eagerly willing to adopt babies .|
2) After being unable to get pregnant, they adopt baby Ned.
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|adopt child||1) Adoption–The child was legally adopted .|
2) Still, dozens more dead adopted children .
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|adopt code||1) Cities have been adopting code amendments that limit stays to 60–90 days.|
2) Users can select international, state, and locally adopted codes and standards.
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|adopt constitution||1) The newly adopted constitution decreed that a military command be subordinated to civilian rule.|
2) March 3, 1862 Dashaway Association of San Francisco adopted constitution and by-laws.
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|adopt criterion||1) Her suggestion was to have the county adopt criteria for a master planned resort.|
2) The Greatest Happiness Principle of John Stuart Mill is one of the most commonly adopted criteria .
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|adopt develop||1) This became universally adopted and developed into the three-mile limit.|
2) Later a multi-fuel diesel engine was adopted , developed by Hispano-Suiza.
2) Teshub was a Hurrite god whom the Hittites adopted and developed .
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|adopt disguise||1) This restriction is soon abandoned and Roger begins adopting disguises and fictitious personas in order to have a life outside the house.|
2) Whereas Goneril and Regan had been shown to us first in disguise, and then in reality, Edmund begins in reality, and only adopts disguise when his father enters.
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|adopt internationally||1) It has been accepted and adopted internationally .|
2) It was commercially successful and has been adopted internationally .
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|adopt kid||1) Do adopted kids ever have emotional or psychological problems?|
2) They should not be able to adopt kids !
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|adopt law||1) Switzerland has adopted laws that punish genocide denial.|
2) It makes, proposes and adopts laws .
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|adopt legislation||1) Some states have adopted legislation to limit liability of volunteers.|
2) The European Union adopts legislation through a variety of legislative procedures.
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|adopt measure||1) They would adopt ridiculous food safety measures .|
2) Many councils have adopted measures to encourage public participation.
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|adopt name||1) The present name was adopted through general usage .|
2) All members were required to adopt classical names .
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|adopt orphan||1) Q: My adopted orphan is 7 years old.|
2) Jones had been encouraging Temple members to adopt orphans from war ravaged Korea.
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|adopt out||1) Morgan also adopts out pets to community members locally.|
2) Q: Do you adopt out animals?
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|adopt policy||1) Later dynasties adopted different policies towards northern frontier defense.|
2) Irish society adopted relatively liberal social policies during this period.
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|adopt pseudonym||1) Victims frequently respond by adopting pseudonyms or going offline entirely.|
2) Venom's members also adopted pseudonyms , a practice that would become widespread among black metal musicians.
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|adopt raise||1) They did adopt and raise an orphaned cousin, Dorothy Upham.|
2) Clark Kent was adopted and raised by the Langs.
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|adopt regulation||1) These federal regulations are further strengthened by regionally adopted regulations .|
2) The commission shall adopt regulations for its own government.
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|adopt resolution||1) Several state legislatures adopted resolutions of thanks.|
2) The resolution was adopted with 37 votes to 12.
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|adopt role||1) Both teachers and learners adopt roles in the classroom.|
1) The Bible calls us to adopt role models.
2) Only his adopted role as class comic had made him accepted, even popular, and had saved him, sometimes at least, from those who feel powerful when they humiliate others.
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|adopt rule||1) Gene therapy group adopts stringent rules on financial ties.|
2) Many jurisdictions have adopted broadly similar transfer pricing rules .
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|adopt solution||1) Drafters of a civil code adopt solutions that best suit the society.|
2) Its architects adopted solutions very similar to those used in modern stadiums to deal with the same problem.
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|adopt son||1) She has one daughter and an adopted son .|
2) The adopted son bears the lineage identity of the foster parents.
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|adopt standard||1) Other local online papers are starting to adopt similar standards .|
2) The fund has criticised companies that voluntarily adopt high environmental standards .
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|adopt strategy||1) The strategy adopted might depend upon each circumstance.|
2) What barriers are keeping others from adopting mobile strategies ?
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|adopt tactic||1) They learned from their mistakes and adopted tactics and measures to reduce losses.|
2) The police allegedly reacted by adopting tactics such as delay and suppression of evidence.
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|adopt technique||1) Felstein says each could benefit from adopting techniques from the other.|
2) The receiving STB adopts techniques which are dual to those ones used in the transmission.
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|adopt technology||1) Occasionally, armed forces adopt technology developed by foreign nations.|
2) A digital immigrant refers to one who adopts technology later in life.
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|adopt the bill||1) the Senate adopted the bill in the summer of 2006.|
2) We expect more states to adopt the bill and come up with their own version.
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|adopt the convention||1) Significant amongst those that have adopted the convention are Singapore and China.|
2) But as more countries adopt the convention and start enforcing it , the incentives and disincentives change.
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|adopt the course||1) He said that there were 'cogent reasons for not adopting the course proposed by your Lordships'.|
2) the Institute has broadly adopted the course curricula, syllabi and other academic regulations of IIT Kharagpur, the mentor institute.
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|adopt the custom||1) His followers adopted the custom of wearing a shamrock on his feast day.|
2) However some Sefardic and Mizrahi communities have not fully adopted the custom .
2) the Jewish people adopted the custom to read the Haftorah long before the advent of Christianity.
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|adopt the declaration||1) Being a member, the Philippines adopted the declaration .|
2) Two days after his appointment, the Convention adopted the declaration of Independence.
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|adopt the definition||1) We are, therefore, adopting the definition as proposed.|
2) Meteorologists seemed to adopt the definition of prediction that was standard in mathematical statistics.
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|adopt the directive||1) the Council of Ministers of the European Committee adopted the directive in 1982.|
2) the council is unlikely to adopt the directive formally much before the end of this year.
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|adopt the doctrine||1) By adopting the doctrines of the Roman Catholic Babylonian Mystery religion.|
1) the church never formally adopted the doctrine , and has since officially repudiated it.
2) As for the past, I have adopted the doctrine of anamnesis.
2) In general, they adopted the doctrines and form of government of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
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|adopt the document||1) the session will be held on Friday if the government first adopts the document .|
2) the Lead agency must file a Notice of Determination (NOD) after adopting the document with a 30 day statute of limitations for legal challenge.
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|adopt the guideline||1) the annex contains references and a list of institutions adopting the guidelines .|
2) While some states won't adopt the guidelines for several years, others already have.
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|adopt the habit||1) Children adopt the habits of their parents.|
2) the goal was for Indians to, through assimilation, adopt the habits of civilized life .
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|adopt the identity||1) They adopted the identities of dead children then infiltrated protest groups.|
2) He adopts the identity of Doll Man .
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|adopt the ideology||1) the Black Panther Party of the US adopted the ideology .|
2) Ratzel (1844 – 1895) He was a political geographer from Germany that adopted the ideology of fisis.
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|adopt the lifestyle||1) Others of their class, eschewing the powder, nevertheless adopted the lifestyle .|
2) In the 18th century, the branch migrated south and adopted the lifestyle of the Kiowa.
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|adopt the line||1) Russell asked the LNWR to adopt the line in August 1865, to no avail.|
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|adopt the manner||1) Harappans began producing the indigenous ceramic goods, adopting the manner from the natives.|
2) But because the wisdom of Kabbalah prohibits that, they denied it and adopted the manners of the neighbors in order to enjoy life.
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|adopt the measure||1) In February 2009 the Senate adopted the measure 61-37.|
2) the Hospital Quality Alliance Principals adopted the measure set in December 2008, pending NQF endorsement.
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|adopt the method||1) the author concludes with advice for researchers considering adopting the method .|
2) Under the new policy, the ruler adopted the method of confining responsibilities to the natives.
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|adopt the mode||1) So if they could understand the value of peace, they would certainly be happy to adopt the mode of life of the last generation.|
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|adopt the model||1) This clause was utilized after Belgium adopted the model 1889 rifle.|
2) Croatia and Switzerland have adopted the model and Corsica is expected to follow.
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|adopt the motion||1) the House adopted the motion for 72 votes against 63 .|
2) the Speaker: Is it the pleasure of the House to adopt the motion ?
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|adopt the motto||1) the formation later adopted the motto One more river .|
2) WAAKE-UP! adopted the motto Action without Awareness is ignorant.
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|adopt the perspective||1) As a book that adopts the perspective of a marginalized and exoticized literary figure, Wide Sargasso Sea promotes an awareness of other versions.|
2) Regulators of a sector have sometimes adopted the perspective of the industry, and opted for lax regulation as a path to growth of the industry.
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|adopt the philosophy||1) the Actor model adopts the philosophy that everything is an actor .|
2) From the outset, they adopted the philosophy espoused by esoteric novel series The Illuminatus!
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|adopt the plan||1) the NEC adopted the plan by 21 votes to five.|
2) On Sept. 7 of that year, the city council adopted the plan .
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|adopt the point of view||1) Is it not a shame for a Russian Marxist to adopt the point of view of an Armenian hen coop?|
2) Blyth and Hoppe adopted the point of view , that the waqf was no property in the sense of western law, with both congregations only being its beneficiaries.
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|adopt the policy||1) It is wrong to adopt the policy of retreating into oneself.|
2) But Masonic Lodges adopted the policy of a static dues structure.
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|adopt the position||0) Jewish law adopted the position of Hillel.|
1) the Unionists adopted the positions they had demonstrated previously in 1886 and 1893.
2) It is relative on different songs and I usually adopt the position that best advances the song.
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|adopt the practice||1) Bethlehem experimented with continuous casting but never fully adopted the practice .|
2) Thus some Cherokee adopted the practice of chattel slavery.
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|adopt the procedure||1) Many larger companies adopt the procedure of raising a debit note for any errors on invoices.|
2) After discussion of the Working Group's proposals, the Committee in December of that year adopted the procedures that are now in place.
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|adopt the reasoning||1) This court adopts the reasoning in Agnes and declines to recognize a claim of right defense.|
2) Their Lordships gratefully adopt the reasoning of Sir John Donaldson M.R. which applies equally to the Order of 1910 now under consideration.
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|adopt the recommendation||1) Sustrans and CTC both said the challenge now was to make government leaders adopt the recommendations .|
2) the Executive Committee had adopted the recommendation in a meeting the previous day by an overwhelming majority.
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|adopt the reform||1) Luxembourg later unilaterally adopted the reform .|
2) the last European country to adopt the reform was Greece, in 1923.
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|adopt the religion||1) the narrator adopted the religion enthusiastically.|
2) the early inhabitants of the Achaemenid Empire appear to have adopted the religion of Zoroastrianism.
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|adopt the rhetoric||1) They also adopted the rhetoric and the substance of nationalist demands.|
2) Thus they adopted the rhetoric of Norman vs. Saxon conflict as part of a much wider ideology.
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|adopt the scheme||1) the regulatory framework in the national model Bill adopted the scheme set out in the Victorian Act.|
2) All the 78 panchayats in the district are readied to adopt the scheme under the guidance of local bodies.
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|adopt the slogan||1) They even adopted the slogan Why not us?|
2) the Dogecoin community adopted the slogan To the moon!
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|adopt the stance||1) Lovecraft himself adopted the stance of atheism early in his life.|
2) the figure adopts the stance of a hitchhiker.
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|adopt the strategy||1) Review and adopt the strategies or strategic plan. 8.|
2) It smells like nFail have adopted the strategy themselves.
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|adopt the style||1) the play attracted notice, and other performers adopted the style .|
2) Subsequently, other Eastern communities adopted the style for their fashionable suburbs.
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|adopt the suggestion||1) the final regulations adopt the suggestion to retain these current rules.|
2) the final regulations do not adopt the suggestion to broaden the definition of consolidated reporting statement.
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|adopt the surname||1) In Palestine, the family adopted the surname Ovadia .|
2) Nai Siang adopted the surname Phanomyong in 1866.
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|adopt the system||1) the cost of adopting the system is another problem .|
2) On 19 August the Board resolved to adopt the system .
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|adopt the terminology||0) the church has adopted the terminology and trappings of traditional theologies.|
1) Psychologists and IQ test authors recommend that psychologists adopt the terminology of each test publisher when reporting IQ score ranges.
2) Anti-Zionist propaganda in the Middle East frequently adopts the terminology and symbols of the Holocaust to demonize Israel and its leaders.
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|adopt the tone||1) He deliberately adopts the tone of an impartial observer.|
2) We kind of adopted the tone and the language that the family did.
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|adopt the view||1) Althusser has a theoretical reason for adopting the views of Lenin and Mao.|
2) He adopted the view that social institutions adapted progressively and positively to their social environments.
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|approve adopt||1) The resolution was unanimously approved and adopted by the Institute on November 25, 1989.|
2) The Council approves and adopts ordinances, resolutions and contracts and enacts regulations and policies.
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|be forced to adopt||1) Koreans were forced to adopt Japanese names.|
2) Repealers were forced to adopt similar tactics.
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|congress adopt||1) I move that the congress adopt the Massachusetts militia immediately!|
2) This time, congress adopted a different legislative strategy.
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|constitution adopt||1) The university constitution was adopted in 1827.|
2) The current constitution was adopted in 2005.
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|council adopt||1) City council adopts an ordinance regulating signage on river walk.|
2) council adopts the ordinance on March 28.
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|decide to adopt||1) The Vatican subsequently decided to adopt a different protocol instead.|
2) At 37 years old, she decided to adopt .
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|develop adopt||1) Specific laws were eventually developed and adopted .|
2) The first Computer Policy was developed and adopted in 1988.
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|duly adopt||1) Phillips was duly adopted on 21 December.|
2) The winning entrant was Ms Patricia Taylor, whose design was duly adopted .
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|enthusiastically adopt||1) Clarke's scheme was adopted enthusiastically by the archaeological community.|
2) Japan has enthusiastically adopted NFC services .
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|eventually adopt||1) The government eventually adopted a political compromise.|
2) Croatia is obliged to eventually adopt the euro.
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|formally adopt||1) Parking districts may be formally adopted for transit station areas.|
2) He formally adopted the two youngest foster children.
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|gradually adopt||1) This code was gradually adopted by many municipalities on the island.|
2) The temporal lords gradually adopted the opinions of the Commons.
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|have her baby adopted||1) I mean, Lilian had had her baby adopted .|
2) She wondered if Hugh Russell had ever hinted that his wife should have her baby adopted .
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|instead adopt||1) A zero tolerance policy must be adopted instead .|
2) A majority report declaring against an independent political party was instead adopted .
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|legally adopt||1) Adoption–The child was legally adopted .|
2) A legally adopted child is treated as your own child.
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|officially adopt||1) The name was officially adopted in 1966.|
2) The national flag was officially adopted in 1919.
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|parliament adopt||1) During the ensuing years, parliament adopted several more minor reforms.|
2) At the first reading parliament adopts its position.
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|propose adopt||1) It makes, proposes and adopts laws.|
2) Policy: A proposed or adopted course or principle of action.
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|quickly adopt||1) The northern states quickly adopted the holiday.|
2) The term was quickly adopted by all sides.
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|subsequently adopt||1) He subsequently adopted his wife's religion.|
2) A substantively identical permanent regulation may be subsequently adopted .
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|tend to adopt||1) Formal organizations tend to adopt formal group practices.|
2) Forensic scientists have tended to adopt this argument.
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|unanimously adopt||1) The principle of disease notification was unanimously adopted .|
2) The motion quickly received a second and was unanimously adopted .
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|universally adopt||1) It was in time nearly universally adopted .|
2) In various forms, it has been nearly universally adopted .
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|voluntarily adopt||1) The fund has criticised companies that voluntarily adopt high environmental standards.|
2) These standards have been voluntarily adopted by residency programs.
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|widely adopt||1) This architectural style was never widely adopted .|
2) His box kite designs were widely adopted .
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