PREPARE


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PREPAREProgramming Environment for Parallel Architectures
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Again, when lovers are coming forth, soft music often conducts them on the stage, either to soothe the audience with the softness of the tender passion, or to lull and prepare them for that gentle slumber in which they will most probably be composed by the ensuing scene.
If you are right," I said, "then we must prepare to winter here.
Whereupon the cook set to work to prepare a breakfast worthy of the occasion.
At the end of my first year with the Indians there came another opening for me at Hampton, which, as I look back over my life now, seems to have come providentially, to help to prepare me for my work at Tuskegee later.
And she refused Sir Pitt, my dear, dear Miss Crawley, prepare yourself for it," Mrs.
Prepare yourself, dear friend--she's gone out for a long time--she's--she's gone altogether.
More than three out of five teacher education alumni surveyed (62 percent) report that schools of education do not prepare their graduates to cope with the realities of today's classrooms.
S employed N (and possibly others) to prepare tax returns.
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