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DEMURDouble Electron Muon Resonance
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One might demur from the facile assumption that "As a field descriptor, 'early modern' replaces the progressive implications of 'Renaissance'" (8).
In any case, they counted for nothing even if they had had the temerity to demur.
I've had a lot of interesting offers, both politically and business wise, Which I'm trying to demur.
It's not quite that simple," you protest, you demur, "You're positively right," I allow, there's more to be sure.
For example, a company that otherwise would invest millions of dollars in a multi-year expansion of its manufacturing facilities might well demur if the pending legislation were enacted because of uncertainty over whether or how, after December 31, 2001, it would be able to recover its costs.
But then the animal and the house began as well a victor's merging, sex getting it right in the bathroom, hunger spreading her Pluck all over the kitchen, the living room wallpapered in demur, my wife and her lover whispering, the judger in lust with the betrayer, the other gaining the other, sex with the self all soddened and into a stranger.
The Sports Illustrated cover girl looked positively demur when she arrived to the Cinema Against AIDS Gala at France's Hotel du Cap in a midnight blue and black cocktail dress, which was matched with dazzling jewellery.