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Tensions have boiled since, with pro- and anti-Morsi crowds occasionally clashing violently.
Not one among the legions of pro- and antiwar hooting senators could find the time.
It will be the first time that pro- and anti-government demonstrations will be going head-to-head since last summer.
It is also unscientific to say that labor was pro- nounced as a curse upon man.
Until such time as this pro- cedure was unmasked, Mill's political econ- omy enjoyed an unquestioned authority.The Unexpurgated Case Against Women Suffrage|Almroth E. Wright
Pro-: anterior: used as a prefix to designate the parts of the first thoracic segment.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith
The pro- fyte of the dede / or the commoditie may be fet at the circumstaunce of it.The Art or Crafte of Rhetoryke|Leonard Cox
Is it not wonderful that God failed to pro- tect these innocent wives and children?Answer.