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  • 91With Love, Cher — Infobox Album | Name = With Love, Cher Type = Album Artist = Cher Released = November 1967 Recorded = 1966/67 Genre = Pop/Folk Length = 31:05 Label = Imperial Records Producer = Sonny Bono Reviews = * Allmusic (Rating|3|5)… …

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  • 92With Teeth (Broadside Electric album) — Infobox Album Name = With Teeth Type = Studio album Artist = Broadside Electric Released = August 17, 1999 (U.S.) Recorded = MilkBoy Recording, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania January June, 1999 Genre = Folk, Electric folk Length = 63:06 Label =… …

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  • 93With Women — infobox Book | name = With Women: Midwives Experiences: from shift work to continuity of care author = David Vernon cover artist = Tessa Read Kirsty Burns country = Australia language = English genre = Non Fiction publisher = Australian College… …

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  • 94With All My Heart and Soul — Infobox Album Name = With All My Heart and Soul Type = Album Artist = Dottie West Released = Recorded = 1967 Genre = Nashville Sound Length = Label = RCA Records Producer = Chet Atkins Reviews = Last album = Suffer Time 1966 This album = With All …

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  • 95with bad grace — or[with a bad grace] {adv. phr.} In an unpleasant or discourteous way; unwillingly, * /Fred takes defeat with bad grace./ * /Tom shouted Hello to Bill. Bill was in a sour mood and replied with a bad grace./ Contrast: WITH GOOD GRACE …

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  • 96with good grace — {adv. phr.} With pleasant and courteous behavior; politely; willingly; without complaining. * /The boys had been well coached; they took the loss of the game with good grace./ * /The principal scolded Nora, who accepted his criticism with good… …

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  • 97with bad grace — or[with a bad grace] {adv. phr.} In an unpleasant or discourteous way; unwillingly, * /Fred takes defeat with bad grace./ * /Tom shouted Hello to Bill. Bill was in a sour mood and replied with a bad grace./ Contrast: WITH GOOD GRACE …

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  • 98with good grace — {adv. phr.} With pleasant and courteous behavior; politely; willingly; without complaining. * /The boys had been well coached; they took the loss of the game with good grace./ * /The principal scolded Nora, who accepted his criticism with good… …

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  • 99With might and main — Might Might, n. [AS. meaht, miht, from the root of magan to be able, E. may; akin to D. magt, OS. maht, G. macht, Icel. m[=a]ttr, Goth. mahts. [root]103. See {May}, v.] Force or power of any kind, whether of body or mind; energy or intensity of… …

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  • 100With one accord — Accord Ac*cord , n. [OE. acord, accord, OF. acort, acorde, F. accord, fr. OF. acorder, F. accorder. See {Accord}, v. t.] 1. Agreement or concurrence of opinion, will, or action; harmony of mind; consent; assent. [1913 Webster] A mediator of an… …

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