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ague

a fever with successive stages of fever and chills esp when caused by malaria
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Opponents ague that allowing guns on campus does nothing to enhance safety and only increases the risk of injury.
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osta But PS32million man Costa arrives at the Etihad with seven goals from his first four Premier League ague matches and now wants to emulate Argentine Aguero (left), whose unforgettable injury-time goal earned City the title in 2012.
ANDREAS Weimann's secondhalf strike got Villa's new Premier - ague season o to a ying start - and earned a rst away victory since New Year's Day.
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NET Mexico will transport gas from the Ague Dulce Hub in Nueces County, TX to a point near Rio Grande City, TX in Starr County.
Linda Ague, retired Eugene School District librarian
Shaking with an ague, he went outside and scooped up handfuls of snow, rubbing them on his face and letting it melt in his mouth.
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Burnley Reserves 3 Tranmere Rovers Reserves 1: Tranmere surrendered second spot in the Central LeS ague West Division to a strong Burnley side Turf Moor.
Kenny Dalglish's side were unlucky not to be the ones to end leaders Manchester City's unbeaten start to the Premier LeS ague campaign as the match finished 1-1.
Doleful Archie the dog can't ask questions or ague as the kids do.