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|1.||'And if I say no?' she ventured.||1|
|2.||'And who is Dinah, if I might venture to ask the question?' said the Lory.||1|
|3.||'Hold your tongue, Beadle, ' said the second old gentleman, when Mr. Bumble had given vent to this compound adjective.||1|
|4.||'The sound you just heard was the IPO window slamming shut, ' wrote Geoff Yang, a partner at venture capital firm Redpoint ventures in Menlo Park, Calif., in a Twitter message Monday.||2|
|5.||'You're on holiday here?' he ventured.||1|
|6.||" In studying Predictive, a venture-backed, "pee-in-a-cup, " cancer diagnostic testing company, students ask themselves whether lean startup principles are applicable at all.||1|
|7.||"And you mother is an Indian, "said Lady Jane, drawing her bow at a venture. "||1|
|8.||"If anyone would like to vent their frustration at the delay by blowing the crap out of me with mines I'll be available for games. " he added.||1|
|9.||"In Europe, venture capitalists opened their wallets a little wider in the fourth quarter," said Arno Castanet, research manager in Dow Jones ventureSource's London office.||2|
|10.||"It sounds great, " I ventured without hesitation, all the while feeling as if I'd signed on to cross dangerous borders using false papers.||1|
|11.||"Just a few hundred years ago it was unimaginably terrifying to venture into , " Winchester says.||1|
|12.||"So you're Leo's girlfriend?" he ventured.||1|
|13.||"Those are the two horses that are out in front today," Neil Rimer, co-founder of Index Ventures, said at the Reuters Global Technology Summit in Paris this week.||0|
|14.||A 72 year old man with ischaemic heart disease and poor ventricular function was admitted to hospital after collapsing at home.||1|
|15.||A assemble of teens and a stager natator verify a agency activate from Ventura, CA to the San Fernando Valley in visit to agency downbound a prized taken surfboard.||0|
|16.||A bodily cavity or chamber, especially either of the upper chambers of the heart that receives blood from the veins and forces it into a ventricle.||1|
|17.||A brief introduction of the - conditioning & ventilation system and automatic control system in high - temperature test room.||1|
|18.||A bug for efficiency, he felt that the waste of money and effort on doomed irrigation ventures was a scandal.||1|
|19.||A canister purge valve is opened periodically to vent the vapor back into induction system.||1|
|20.||A caudal ventral midline coeliotomy from umbilicus to pubis should be performed.||1|
|21.||A ceiling fan can help ventilation but can also incorporate lighting and be decorative.||1|
|22.||A chest radiograph was normal, but a ventilation-perfusion lung scan showed a matched defect in the right lower lobe.||1|
|23.||A Chinese and a Japanese auto maker agreed to form a joint venture to produce cars.||1|
|24.||A Chinese and a Japanese auto maker agreed to from a joint venture to produce cars.||1|
|25.||A club statement reads: "Gwyn Williams who has been with the Company for over 25 years, including as Assistant Manager and latterly as Chief Scout, has decided to leave to pursue new ventures."||1|
|26.||A complicating factor is uncertainty surrounding the choice of axisymmetric exhaust nozzle geometry and ventral strakes in the long term.||1|
|27.||A computerized remote centralized monitoring system for underground ventilation of multistage fan stations is presented.||1|
|28.||A cross section through the heart reveals a ventricular aneurysm with a very thin wall at the arrow. Note how the aneurysm bulges out.||1|
|29.||A detailed US examination using a 3.5-MHz transabdominal probe demonstrated a fused single ventricle, a fused thalami, a cleft lip and palate, and the absence of falx cerebri in her fetus.||1|
|30.||A direct-acting vent valve is tightest when tank pressures are 75 percent or less of set pressure.||1|
vents (plural noun)
- an opening that allows air, gas, or liquid to pass out of or into a confined space.
- the expression or release of a strong emotion, energy, etc..
vents (third person present) · vented (past tense) · vented (past participle) · venting (present participle)
- give free expression to (a strong emotion).
- provide with an outlet for air, gas, or liquid.
vents (plural noun)
- a slit in a garment, especially in the lower edge of the back of a coat through the seam.