FEND


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FENDFar End (Telabs)
FENDFederal Employees News Digest
FENDFederation of European Nurses in Diabetes
FENDFire Emblem New Dawn (anime online community)
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You know I am not par- ticularly tender; I've had to strike and to fend off.
We parry and fend the approach of our fellow-man by compliments, by gossip, by amusements, by affairs.
It was an avalanche of fury that Johnson strove vainly to fend off.
It's a sore thing to do between such near friends; but if I get the dirdum[23] of this dreadful accident, I'll have to fend for myself, man.
Ah, but they must turn out and fend for themselves," said Mr.
He had fought like a pagan who de- fends his religion.
BEIRUT: A top Iranian military officer has said Tehran managed to fend off a campaign by 86 countries to topple the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad.
There are only a few clubs that can fend off interest from clubs in a higher level.
They are continuing to describe not only how the microbe synthesizes that reinforced cell wall, but also other ways in which the bacterium fends off drugs.
The judge turned this proposal down because she concluded that the Minister's proposed placement was "contrary to J's welfare and would not enhance her ability to care and fend for herself.
To fend them off, he transforms himself into Paperboy, an African American superhero who punishes with paper objects and wicked paper cuts.
Love is supposed to count for something in this novel, though fending off its presence doesn't do much to fend off the outer dark.