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    1. teach is working for them it means it is a real deal

    2. This time it's for the romance of being who I really am, who I am without the distractions of an early death and resurrection in an experimental environment, a starship expedition that went wrong and the founding of an industry to deal with

    3. Can deal with most of the situations

    4. Note any subtle ways in which you might already feel somewhat better as you deal with difficult situations

    5. deal because you have repented on the spot

    6. The world has changed so comprehensively that we can no longer deal with our day-to-day problems by simply using our bodies’ physical powers

    7. Earning for our food, rushing to work by various modes of transport, waiting in queues, communication using modern means, social responsibilities, all have been added to the man who was originally created to deal with only nature

    8. As I said, I prefer to deal with someone who committed

    9. Everything depends on what we think about the nature and environment and how we want to deal with our fellow beings

    10. He ordered his assistant to fetch some over-priced coffee from the nearby Starbucks and contemplated his next big deal, a large painting of Jesus and Lady Julep entwined in a strangely sexless pose

    1. struggles we are dealing with, they bring questions on

    2. stance when dealing with you? The next time you are completely

    3. from His throne dealing with life challenges on your own

    4. Dealing with long term problems was not envisaged

    5. before dealing with the women

    6. that, when it’s comes to forgiveness or dealing with

    7. one who is capable of the dealing with sin

    8. Grandma would usually lock her in a closet if she didn’t feel like dealing with her that day

    9. · Chinese, Tibetan and Ayurvedic medicine all have effective remedies for dealing with stress

    10. We should not commit the same mistakes while dealing with children and grand children in our present age

    1. The kinds of interpersonal violence that women are exposed to tend to be in domestic situations, by, unfortunately, parents or other family members, and they tend not to be one-shot deals

    2. He knew the councils in the Yakhan only discussed deals recorded on documents with signatures and thumbprints

    3. I get the feeling that she deals with things and moves on

    4. One never loses if he deals with people in loving

    5. The planet had been literate so long that many of them had book deals by the time they could hold a crayon

    6. She would be making what deals she could to fill the ship, and wanted most of it to be going at least as far as Shempala, not to the next five bump-n'-rolls downstream

    7. she deals with the jokes

    8. The genius of Obagi is that it deals more with skin health rather than skin beautification –

    9. He has made it very clear that he doesn’t care for convenient little compromises and political deals, believing absolutely that a spade should be called a shovel

    10. For example, the Relationship Matrix deals a ton with the communication styles of its

    1. These grubs can be dealt with, by using beneficial nematodes

    2. ’ I admitted, not wanting to go into details about how I dealt with it … that could be a little awkward

    3. He dealt in hooks and ropes and wheels, getting bulky objects from here to there

    4. ‘But that’s life … you get what you are dealt

    5. ‘I wish I could believe that she has dealt with that Dan Sadler and moved on

    6. ‘I hope you dealt with this lout appropriately, Liz

    7. At one time I attended a business meeting and although I do not know all the past history of the congregation it seemed evident to me that some were still licking their wounds These matters ought to be dealt with initially on an individual basis and not be allowed to create havoc in a meeting of the congregation

    8. Paul dealt with the matter by laying down the

    9. In the thinking time afforded me by slow recovery it became clear that while the casual maltreatment of heathen prisoners might be acceptable as part of the day-to-day routine of hostage supervision, the loss of one of their precious bargaining chips before the cards have been dealt, was unthinkable

    10. We sat in silence for the next few minutes while the rest of the guards dealt with my fellow hostages

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    Synonyms for "deal"

    deal business deal trade bargain hand batch flock good deal great deal hatful heap lot mass mess mickle mint mountain muckle passel peck pile plenty pot quite a little raft sight slew spate stack tidy sum wad softwood consider look at take address cover handle plow treat sell apportion divvy up portion out share administer allot deal out dish out dispense distribute dole out mete out parcel out shell out care manage carry on conduct contend cope get by grapple make do make out plethora degree abundance extent quantity contract understanding arrangement pledge pact distribution dealing act confront do business traffic deliver hand out disseminate ration assign

    "deal" definitions

    a particular instance of buying or selling

    an agreement between parties (usually arrived at after discussion) fixing obligations of each

    (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent

    a plank of softwood (fir or pine board)

    wood that is easy to saw (from conifers such as pine or fir)

    the cards held in a card game by a given player at any given time

    the type of treatment received (especially as the result of an agreement)

    the act of distributing playing cards

    the act of apportioning or distributing something

    act on verbally or in some form of artistic expression

    take into consideration for exemplifying purposes

    take action with respect to (someone or something)

    succeed in doing, achieving, or producing (something) with the limited or inadequate means available

    administer or bestow, as in small portions

    do business; offer for sale as for one's livelihood

    be in charge of, act on, or dispose of

    behave in a certain way towards others

    distribute cards to the players in a game

    direct the course of; manage or control

    give out as one's portion or share

    give (a specific card) to a player