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    1. So put it into action, believe it's possible, and be consistent

    2. Put it into the success equation

    3. "Nor fjords to put it in, come to think of that

    4. She had not put any clothing on of course

    5. The tool we created that will help you put the smack down on your goals is GoalTrax

    6. “If he put more points in constitution, he wouldn’t have choked to death on the smoke

    7. When do you read your affirmations? Couldn’t you print out a list of your affirmations, tape them on your microwave or even put them in a nice

    8. "It was a stupid place to put it, I know," Herndon said

    9. Gal: 3:9: So that, all who put their faith in Christ are blessed with faithful Abraham

    10. there was definitely something else strange but I couldn’t quite put my finger on it

    11. Schulz put his hands into his pockets

    12. you can put things in place

    13. She was the largest vessel to put into Sinbara this decade

    14. She had put the money into the business account to enhance the publicity campaign and was quietly content about her unreasonable artwork profits for the year

    15. "Oh she let me know she was worth aluminum, I knew she could put up that camp with her left hand, she talked about putting up a whole plank villa

    16. and they continue to not live up to those expectations, how long are you going to put up with those inconsistencies in your life? How long are you going to put up with broken expectations from someone else in your life?

    17. could not put measures on God’s forgiveness

    18. consistently put it towards what you want to achieve, then in one year what would that add up to? You will be blown away

    19. It's best to give them a printed list that they can put in our file

    20. That building put up four apartment trees from there, with the courtyard between them over the business space below

    21. If the car that you are driving doesn’t have the energy it needs to get to where you want to go because you didn’t put the gas in the car, you are not going to get there, so choose to have energy

    22. In just a couple of minutes, you will turn to the pages where you can put all of this new knowledge into action

    23. He became a zombie and the guards put him down quickly

    24. God put all that we need to

    25. Do you put ads in the paper?”

    26. Put the castor oil into this container and spray the entire area that has the gophers

    27. The doctors had put a tube in her nose and he could hear her breathing from any room in the house

    28. But a person with Alzheimer's will put things in inappropriate places—an iron in the refrigerator, a wristwatch in a sugar bowl—and will not be able to retrieve them

    29. you are involved in, God put you there for a purpose

    30. “Yes, here is the sales report,” Henry tried to say with an air of authority as he put the slightly crumpled papers in Mr

    31. Less nutrition increases stress! To put it in an easier way to understand; Energy can be of either a low or high energy

    32. "The first quarter inch, I put the rest of it away

    33. Then God will put that attitude into a test by

    34. Whether it was water on the kitchen floor, crayon scribbles on the walls, the dog put on the roof, or dead rats stinking up the pantry, Millie always had the same excuse: mermaids

    35. Using his exceptional brilliance, which unfortunately everyone had to admit he had or they would hear about it for days, Ackers tended to put on an air of entitlement

    36. "Millie, what's that banging noise? Put your grandpa on the phone

    37. I wouldn't put it past Venna to completely deny that she has ever laid eyes on me before even though she was the most tempestuous four Earth years my bed has ever experienced

    38.  Practice means to live out, to implement, and to put into effect, to exercise, to put into action, and

    39. You need to put into practice what

    40. because they fail to put into effect what they learn or

    41. “After you two bungled acquiring the Super Chip, I put my superior intellect into action trying to pinpoint its new location

    42. Brandon was a little put off by this, but he guessed small town charm wasn't universal

    43. "I know where I put those papers," Ava said,

    44. He pulled out a thin glove from his pocket and put it on his hand, pressing the glove against the door and listening

    45. As her eye followed it she saw there had been many improvements there also, stones put in for steps in the steepest parts

    46. The policemen put me in the back seat of their car – an unmarked police car, thank goodness – and we drive off

    47. The timer had run out and he hadn’t put his initials on the screen

    48. He was trying to project an aura of mild disappointment, like he was strong enough to take this, but Ava could see each piece of paper shaking as he put it back in its folder

    49. "I wouldn't put it past her that she knows it's of some value

    50. She spiced it more green and decided to put it over vedn toasts, so she mixed up some batter for that and started the griddle heating

    1. I lean to pick it up, but Dad puts a hand on my shoulder

    2. ” Micah tosses the crowbar to the ground and puts his hands on the wall

    3. Schulz nods as he puts on fresh gloves

    4. He produces a tape machine and puts it on the table in front of me

    5. She puts me in a headlock and drags me upstairs

    6. · It is said that a wise woman puts a grain of sugar in everything she says to a man but takes everything he says with a pinch of salt

    7. Zitteraal stops in front of a door, puts his hand on the door handle

    8. John puts the car in park, jumps out of the car for a better view, but when he gets out, he sees no one in the window

    9. She puts her hand on his cheek, gently turns his face back to her

    10. John puts a bag in the overhead, settles into a window seat, puts his laptop on his knees

    11. He puts the phone slowly to his ear

    12. He ends the call, puts the phone away

    13. GEORGE BUSH puts his hand on John’s shoulder

    14. He walks over, puts his arm around John

    15. She takes his hand, puts it against her breast

    16. She puts the bag on his bed

    17. Puts it on John’s nightstand

    18. He puts his arm around John’s shoulder

    19. Clarisse puts on her pantyhose in the bedroom in which John and Dave are standing

    20. She turns and smiles at him, comes over and kisses him, puts her arms around him

    21. John reaches over, puts his hand on Dave’s shoulder

    22. He cuts the rest of the raw meat of the fish into thin strips, hands a piece to John, puts some in his mouth

    23. He puts his hand on John’s shoulder

    24. That puts a depressing lid on my spirits which even the sunshine cannot lift

    25. never happen unless someone assumes the authority and puts everything

    26. Russ puts his hand on John’s shoulder

    27. He puts his hand on his bare chest in imitation of a Napoleonic stance

    28. There’s a knock on the door and he gets up, puts his ring back on

    29. am sharing the message of healing the Holy Spirit takes it up and puts into

    30. She stops directly in front of him again, puts her hands on his chest, pats him softly

    31. John snatches up the weapon, puts the soldier in a headlock simultaneously and points the gun at his head

    32. Bolt rattles his head in assent, grins, takes the hose emanating from the hooka, closes his eyes, puts the mouthpiece between his lips and takes a huge drag

    33. Russ smiles, yanks Khalid around so that his back is to him, puts one of the parachutes on him, yanks him around to face him, begins to strap it into place

    34. John looks over his shoulder in the direction of the firing, takes off his wedding ring slowly, studies it sadly for a moment, digs out a small hole in the ground with his hand, buries it, puts a rock on top

    35. He motions to one of the soldiers, who comes over, puts Khalid in a head lock

    36. The interrogator puts his foot on Khalid’s broken ankle, his attention fixed on John

    37. He takes out his pistol slowly, puts the barrel against Khalid’s temple, pushes the hair out of Khalid’s eyes

    38. Ahmed groans, puts his head down on the table

    39. A guard steps up, puts a hood over Ricci’s head, leads him to the waiting executioner

    40. Omar puts his arm around AHMED

    41. Teekra stands, puts her hand on her belly

    42. She’s pregnant! John comes over, gives her a hug, then puts his ear against her belly to listen to the baby

    43. ’ I told her as she puts it round my neck and, brushing my hair out of the way, fiddles with the catch

    44. Unless you've been there, you can't understand the knot this kind of waiting puts in your gut

    45. He is lying next to me in bed now, he is restless, he shouts, he puts his legs on my chest, he molests me

    46. Next moment, he puts his finger in the dog's vagina and the animal writhes accordingly for a few seconds, while Alexander is looking at us with a mockingly

    47. I carry all the dirty dishes out into the kitchen while Nick puts the chairs back where they belong

    48. ’ He replied, then taking a deep breath, puts his arms round me and just holds me

    49. Stepping into the hall and closing the door behind him, he reaches out and puts his arms around me without saying a word

    50. He comes over and puts his hands on my shoulders soothingly

    1. now discouraging those who still putting their trust in

    2. The C in putting the smack down on your goals is committing

    3. Those guys are putting their lives on the line

    4. activity? How can I use my time more effectively in order to create and live the life I want? How about those little times that we talked about, like putting something in the microwave

    5. "Oh she let me know she was worth aluminum, I knew she could put up that camp with her left hand, she talked about putting up a whole plank villa

    6. Clunker,” Nancy said, putting the emphasis on his last name, which she knew he hated

    7. However, putting into practice what you have learned

    8. Jorma had worked hard putting this together in only a half a year, what she used to think of as a month

    9. She changed her clothes as an excuse for putting her bag back in the boat with her other clothes and the maps

    10. He follows me through and, while I fuss around putting food on a plate for him, he sits at the table, resting his chin on his hands

    11. “You must have dropped it while the gravity was shifting back to normal,” Johnny commented, putting the Chip back in his pocket

    12. Ackers was simply no good at this, but he thought he was doing a splendid job of putting the paper boy at ease

    13. But Doreen assured me that he oversaw Dan putting all the stuff back into the cupboard and locked it up securely

    14. Putting together the Raised Bed: A good raised bed should be at least 4 ft x 10 ft x 12 inches high with 2 inch thick wood

    15. A frog braver than the rest putting his head above the

    16. it today? We should always expect it, in spite of the things we see, putting

    17. "So you shouldn't have sold it to her," he said, putting it together with the edict from the Kassikan

    18. Out of the corner of his eye, he spies Hassan slowly putting his foot back on the table

    19. Concerned, I hurry over to where she is sitting and, putting one arm round her shoulders, give her a hug

    20. source of faith, then having faith and putting it to practice becomes our

    21. ’ He said starkly, putting on his glasses and look straight at me

    22. "And what would that be?" Ava asked, reluctantly putting the cup down

    23. A few minutes later, putting my mobile away in my bag again, I reverse the car out of the parking space and drive down the road

    24. Theo considered drawing his weapon and putting it to the old ladies head

    25. grind, putting on that happy face that she did so well even when the soul was blank

    26. It was certainly better for them that Ava was still here and she hoped they appreciated the effort she had been putting into helping them

    27. ‘Closed that side of the motorway for best part of an hour what with getting Liz off to hospital and then putting out the fire

    28. God heals, putting into practice the words “by His wounds I have been

    29. All the while Brazil marched doggedly ahead putting genetic formulas from the Kassikan into production for use on human beings

    30. The doctors are still trying to work out whether he is genuinely crackers or just putting it on

    31. Our operatives in Brazil say they the Kassikan sent the code to that virus also during the period of radio contact and Brazil was close to putting that into production

    32. ’ She said, putting my mug in front of me

    33. In a daze, I walk round the aisles pushing the trolley and putting items in it … reaching the pharmacy section, I stand before the display of condoms and pregnancy testing kits feeling very ignorant

    34. goal of putting an eldership in place

    35. The training he had been putting himself thru showed in his every move

    36. We chatted every so often, him grinning at me, sometimes even sitting next to me on the camp bed and putting his arm around my shoulder

    37. They were putting sugar syrup on the berries and gruel that was part of breakfast this Afternoonday

    38. The semiconductor business was trying to make a comeback by putting more functionality into the optical and more-or-less permanent part of the system and a cheap, replaceable 'yingolian crystal' that cost less than an iron

    39. Maybe he should have been more of a man, hiding his feelings and resuming the daily grind, putting on that happy face that she did so well even when the soul was blank

    40. "She undoubtedly told you how I love that," Desa told him while turning towards him and putting her arm around his shoulders so her chest pressed against him

    41. "Thanks so much," she told him, kissing a finger and putting it to his lips

    42. They had big jars to purify the water before anyone would even consider putting it to their lips

    43. Though the pagan soldiers mocked Jesus by putting upon Him that scarlet robe and crown of thorns, the nations will one day bow the knee and worship Him

    44. ‘Whatever shall I do without him, Berndt?’ she asked, putting into words the awful truth that had blasted at her all the way from the wasteg

    45. She kept putting cold compresses on his forehead, and wiping his neck and chest

    46. “You don’t have to convince me, Steve,” she said, softly putting her hand on Steve’s shoulder

    47. She’d never really thought about that before … known it yes, but they didn’t talk about it … and all the time he’d been putting things away for her … had Berndt known? He’d visited the warehouse, he’d told her so … perhaps that’s what he meant when he said that Joris intended his bequest to show his love to the world …

    48. water in it before putting it on the angle which was jutting out

    49. Gilla snorts at him for putting that before my welfare

    50. This one, though tastier, was putting off less fear pheromones and looked to be serious with that tooth launcher

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    Synonyms for "put"

    put put option place set arrange order set up cast couch frame redact assign lay pose position commit invest deposit settle seat impose levy state express utter install establish quarter fix

    "put" definitions

    the option to sell a given stock (or stock index or commodity future) at a given price before a given date

    put into a certain place or abstract location

    cause to be in a certain state; cause to be in a certain relation

    formulate in a particular style or language

    attribute or give

    make an investment


    cause (someone) to undergo something


    arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events