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  • 141177 (video game) — Infobox VG title = 177 publisher = dB soft engine = released = 1986 genre = bishōjo game modes = Single player ratings = N/A platforms = NEC PC 8801 media = 1 floppy disks input = Joystick, Keyboard177 is a Bishōjo game for NEC PC 8801 released… …

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  • 142Sonnet 97 — Sonnet|97 How like a winter hath my absence been From thee, the pleasure of the fleeting year! What freezings have I felt, what dark days seen! What old December s bareness every where! And yet this time removed was summer s time The teeming… …

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  • 143pleasurable — pleasurableness, n. pleasurably, adv. /plezh euhr euh beuhl/, adj. such as to give pleasure; enjoyable; agreeable; pleasant: a pleasurable experience. [1570 80; PLEASURE + ABLE] * * * …

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  • 144Thomas Occleve —     Thomas Occleve     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Thomas Occleve     (Or Hoccleve)     Little is known of his life beyond what is mentioned in his poems. He was b. about 1368; d. in 1450. The place of his birth and education is unknown. When about …

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  • 145delight — 1. noun /dəˈlaɪt,dɪˈlaɪt/ joy; pleasure 2. verb /dəˈlaɪt,dɪˈlaɪt/ To give pleasure to. See Also: delicacy, delicate, delicatessen, delicious …

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  • 146please — 1. verb /pliːz/ a) To make happy or satisfy; to give pleasure. Her presentation pleased the executives. b) To desire; to will; to be pleased. Just do as you …

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  • 147 — 【오】 즐거워하다; 즐거움 女 (계집녀) + 吳 (크게말할오) 女부 7획 (총10획) [v] amuse; give pleasure to; entertain; enjoyment; amusement; pleasure; entertainment ゴ·たのしむ …

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  • 148Desire — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Desire >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 desire desire wish fancy fantasy Sgm: N 1 want want need exigency GRP: N 2 Sgm: N 2 mind mind inclination leaning …

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  • 149please — plɪːz v. satisfy a desire; cause pleasure, give pleasure adv. if you would be so kind …

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  • 150pleased — plɪːzd adj. content, satiated; having one s desires satisfied plɪːz v. satisfy a desire; cause pleasure, give pleasure adv. if you would be so kind …

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  • 151pleases — plɪːz v. satisfy a desire; cause pleasure, give pleasure adv. if you would be so kind …

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  • 152pleasing — pleas·ing || plɪːzɪŋ adj. enjoyable; satisfying desires; genial, nice; kind, amicable plɪːz v. satisfy a desire; cause pleasure, give pleasure adv. if you would be so kind …

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  • 153anhedonia — n. a reduction in or the total loss of the feeling of pleasure in acts that normally give pleasure …

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  • 154please — v. 1 tr. (also absol.) be agreeable to; make glad; give pleasure to (the gift will please them; anxious to please). 2 tr. (in passive) a (foll. by to + infin.) be glad or willing to (am pleased to help). b (often foll. by about, at, with) derive… …

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  • 155feast´er — feast «feest», noun, verb. –n. 1. a rich meal prepared for some special occasion, usually a joyous one, and for a number of guests; banquet: »We went to the wedding feast. 2. an unusually delicious or abundant meal. 3. Figurative. something that… …

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  • 156gratify — transitive verb ( fied; fying) Etymology: Middle French gratifier, from Latin gratificari to show kindness to, from gratus + ificari, passive of ificare ify Date: 1539 1. archaic remunerate, reward 2. to be a source of or give pleasure or… …

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  • 157Susan Sontag — Infobox Writer name = Susan Sontag |thumb|right imagesize = 200px caption = pseudonym = birthdate = Birth date|1933|1|16|mf=y birthplace = New York City, New York deathdate = Death date and age|2004|12|28|1933|1|16|mf=y deathplace = New York City …

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  • 158Amélie-Julie Candeille — Infobox biography name = Julie Candeille caption= Portrait by A. Labille Guiard (1791) image size =235px full name= Amélie Julie Candeille birth date=31 July 1767 birth place=Saint Sulpice, Paris death date=4 February 1834 death place=Paris… …

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  • 159John Phillipps Kenyon — John Philipps Kenyon. June 18 1927 January 6 1996John Kenyon was one of the foremost historians of 17th century England, a prolific writer and reviewer and a fellow of the British Academy.After taking his first degree in his native Sheffield he… …

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  • 160Thomas Moore-Lane — Dr. Thomas Moore Lane (January 22 1797–September 26 1844) was born in Co. Wexford, Ireland and was son of Thomas Moore Lane of Lansboro, and Emily Gordon. His surname has also been recorded as Moore Lane. Career Thomas Moore Lane (F.R.C.S), was… …

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