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let

Tennis Squash
a. a minor infringement or obstruction of the ball, requiring a point to be replayed
b. the point so replayed

LET

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Let us say I am curious--do you ask me, as your old friend, to respect your secret, and to leave it, once for all, in your own keeping?
Let us say that you are indeed the Daughter of All America and that I am the Son of All Japan.
Percival Delaney, let us say, yes, let us say Percival Delaney, was not unknown at Oxford once upon a time--not for scholarship, I am frank to admit; but the gay young dogs of that day, if any be yet alive, would remember him--"
In this, as in Hamlet, there are the rococo excrescences--yourselves, let us say.
Sometimes a light glimmered out of the physician's eyes, burning blue and ominous, like the reflection of a furnace, or, let us say, like one of those gleams of ghastly fire that darted from Bunyan's awful doorway in the hillside, and quivered on the pilgrim's face.
Let us say yes to this voice of the country,' he went on to say.
I used the timeout to let us say a quick prayer and get us refocused again to keep playing.
Let us say, today the situation differs much from the situation of the last months and recent years.
Let us say that that one hospital needs a rota of 10 surgeons to maintain a safe on call rota for emergency surgery, then two hospitals need 20 surgeons and three hospitals need 30 surgeons.
The outstanding all time winning entry was Mary "milk-the-bull", a lady of, let us say, goodly proportions who squeezed herself somehow into a Wonder Woman costume, complete with whip, with which she lashed any would-be Lothario who got too close.
If we do some analysis of, let us say, 10,000 separatist fighters, how many are part-timers who fight today and go home to their communities tomorrow?
In addition to ABA's short-term saving products, our customers also gain access to long-term saving products for, let us say, their child's education or saving for own retirement.