- Take up - definition of take up by The Free Dictionary
3 To begin again; resume: Let's take up where we left off To develop an interest in or enter into: take up mountain climbing; take up engineering To accept (an option, bet, or challenge) as offered
- Crawl | Definition of Crawl by Merriam-Webster
Does the baby crawl yet? We got down on our knees and crawled through a small opening The baby crawled across the floor toward her mother The soldiers crawled forward on their bellies
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Like NetBIOS, the Server Message Block protocol originated a long time ago at IBM Microsoft embraced it, extended it, and in 1996 gave it a marketing upgrade by renaming it "CIFS"
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Within a block of the spaceport dozens of surplus stores catered to spacers The end of the War had dumped millions of tons of surplus gear on the market, and the shops had sprung up overnight
- On the Psychology of Military Incompetence
UPDATED 31 March 2012 On the Psychology of Military Incompetence By Norman F Dixon Dr Norman F Dixon, M B E (Military Division, is a Reader in Psychology at University College London, and a fellow of the British Psychological Society
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