do in

  1. get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing
    the double agent was neutralized
    The mafia liquidated the informer
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How To Use do in In A Sentence

  • The authors concluded that creativity and psychotic symptomatology do indeed reflect equivalent forms of cognitive processing.
  • We have come to see the tornado in all of its glory, not the ant-like humans that scurry about in its path.
  • It was dreadful, because if people are famished and dying you have to do intensive feeding seven or eight times a day.
  • In what follows I shall claim that postmodern cultural forms do indeed signify, only that they signify differently.
  • This seems more honest to me than jettisoning the stuff far out to space where who knows what damage it might do in the faroff reaches of the sky.
  • Hence it appears, that Cyphers put on the Right - hand of whole Numbers, do increafe the Value of thofe Numbers in a decuple (or ten-fold) Proportion: The Complete Measurer: Or, The Whole Art of Measuring. In Two Parts. The First Part Teaching ...
  • As already noted, there are plenty of things we can do in the meantime.
  • Thoughts were directed towards home, but there was also uncertainty about what they might do in Canada and what the government would do for them.
  • She explained to them what to do in an emergency.
  • The aims of the scheme are to demystify science in the eyes of students and to get scientists to explain what they do in normal, everyday language.
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