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did everything he could 'cept eat us

He treated us harshly. Other pronouns can be substituted for "he" and "us." When mama found out we had disobeyed her, she was furious and did everything she could 'cept eat us.
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did everything he could 'cept eat us

Rur. acted very hostilely. When it came time to pass sentence on the criminal, the judge did everything he could 'cept eat him.
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CEPT University focuses on understanding, designing, planning, constructing and managing human habitats.
The courses offered at CEPT University are definitely looking at the future scenario and hence the students who would apply would be aware that CEPT was preparing them for a futuristic India.
By then, through effective use of its built-in warning system, CEPT will be a primary source for viewing, resolving and preventing data related problems.
Before the AFTA Council deliberates, the application will go to the Coordinating Committee on the Implementation of the CEPT Scheme for AFTA and then the senior economic officials.
Its successor is already known, the CEPT suggesting that the 79 GHz frequency band would be most appropriate for short-range radar systems for cars.
ASEAN leaders agreed last year to accelerate the CEPT scheme by lowering tariffs to 0-5% by 2002, a year ahead of the earlier-set schedule.
With a view to WRC-03, the Commission organised jointly with CEPT two consultation meetings with industry representatives.
With a view to WRC-2000, Member States and other European countries have drawn up European proposals in the CEPT (the Commission took part in these preparatory meetings).
Artimi actively participates in other regulatory working groups such CEPT TG3, ITU SG1/TG 1/8 and ETSI TG31a to ensure Artimi delivers the world's first UWB semiconductor product to meet global regulatory requirements.
It introduced a cooperation mechanism between the EU and CEPT (European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations) whereby the European Commission, after consultation with Member States, asked CEPT to take measures necessary for the coordinated introduction of certain satellite services across Europe.
The Commission sees advantage in providing these political guidelines to the CEPT so it can develop technical measures.
Midcom also works in voice frequency, high speed data for modems (CCITT), T1, ISDN, CEPT, BABT, LAN and any other area applicable to their products.
the harmonisation of technological requirements with regard to standardised CEPT (European Conference of Post Offices and Telecommunications) frequency bands and ETSI European standards; * the coordination of licensing procedures, rights and obligations relating to mobility - both nationally and across the EU; * relations with CEPT and ETSI in order to facilitate such coordination; * the coordination of international action, both bilateral and multilateral, with particular reference to the future prospects of the International Telecommunications Union's IMT 2000 standardisation plan.
An agreement has been ratified by Italprogetti for the construction of the second phase of the CEPT to service the new leather district in Robbiki, which is situated around 40 km from Cairo in Egypt.
f Lockwood -based uk, said: "We created cepts as a bit of fun to wake up in a positive nd feel inspired in the less of the team's itch.