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i. saniye.

s. ikinci, sani;
bir daha;
ikinci derecede, aşağı;
müz. ikinci;

i. ikinci gelen kimse veya şey;
düelloda şahit veya yardımcı;
oto. ikinci vites: ikinci derecede mal, tapon mal;
müz. yan yana olan iki nota arasındaki fasıla;
şarkıda ikinci ses;
bir teklifi destekleme;

f. yardım etmek, ilerletmek, teşvik etmek;
parlamentoda bir teklife katıldığını ilân etmek.

z. ikinci olarak, saniyen.

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  • But how to dislodge the arrowShe frowned at the protuberance at the base of the Normans neck. She knew what an arrowhead looked like, of course; even the peasantslittle boys went hunting for small game with rude versions of the weapon. She also knew that pulling it out without causing much more damage to the area would be her second hardest task. The first would be to prevent her patient from sickening with fever once the arrow was removed.
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  • Relations with Congress have troubled second-term presidents "more than any other" circumstance, with almost all of them achieving less legislative success than in their first term, said Alfred Zacher, author of "Presidential Power in Troubled second Terms." President Bill Clinton cited lessons Zacher drew in his book at a news conference after his 1996 re- election.
  • The boy meant Ashleigh's second husband, by all accounts a prince of a man. Swann almost couldn't hate the guyalmost. Ashleigh and Jeff wanted to make their new family more official, but Swann had refused permission.
  • The delver swept the discord from his thoughts. His eyes peered through the gap in the trees, furiously grasping the jagged opening to the upper level. He looked beyond the rough edges of the fissure, up and out in search of the second blast hole. His keen eyesight caught the lip of another fracture. He arched his neck to gauge its location. To line up the two holes, he would have to take several steps backwards.
  • The schism occurred as a result of a second dispute over who should inherit the imamate.
  • Ahead of them, a clutter of ramshackle buildings, some little more than lean-tos, marked the edge of Oolsmouth. Dont look like a victim, Karlini reminded himself. Thats what they always say. But you werent supposed to call attention to yourself by being too forthright, either. There was a spell-sequence for turning yourself invisible, but it would have taken a several-hour session to set up even if Karlini had the right references at hand, and in any case it was most effective against straightforward humans. The street was still deserted as they passed the first buildings. Down the block on the right, however, he could see a fairly solid-looking two-story timber-frame structure with open glassless windows on the second floor. Something drifted past one window, something luminous and wispy, like a person-shaped cloud or a gauze mannequin. It didnt look tough, and things wrapped in gauze usually had a hard time being menacing, but then it could have just been a lookout.
  • The captain kept the Jovani coastline in sight for the first day, then turned north-west towards the protruding hook of Baetica. Around lunch time on the second day, Valentin noticed that the clouds coming over were getting darker and heavier. The air hung heavy around the ships, and the wind seemed determined to push them back to Jovan.
  • I knew that one: it was one of Newton's dirty calculus proofs. "It's a trick question. There's no way to get the constant of second derivative."
  • I was escorted by both teachers out of the lunch room and into the principals office, which was on the second floor. I hadn't seen who had restrained me initially, and I was surprised to see that Mr. Anders was one of the teachers acting as my guard. He didn't meet my gaze as we walked, looking ahead the whole time instead. I didn't recognize the other teacher. They stayed on either side of me until I sat down in the waiting area outside of his office. I caught a glimpse of Mina, who was already talking to Principle Wright.
  • The Doctor doubted her honesty because he was absolutely sure he had closed the door behind him, but he did not dwell on the matter. He was curious why the woman wanted to get inside the TARDIS so badly and what she was looking for. She was obviously not very amazed by the strange inside of the ship. She had more of an eye for the owner, the Doctor himself. She didn't take her deep dark brown eyes off him for a split second.
  • At the door a row of cars waited for us. I'm not sure what I expectedsome kind of gliding, unusual technology, I suppose. I was put into the second one, with the king and one of the big guards. Neither of them spoke to me, and the king only occasionally barked something at the guard. It was not the most pleasant journey I've ever had. The guard-house, barracks or whatever it was, was in the country, if that's what they have below the sea. We drove for about an hour, on road that sounded like gravel. It was lit every so often with pale blue lamps. They cast quite a broad field, but were not particularly bright. The city, when we reached it, was not so different from any other city I've ever been it. Lots of traffic, terraced houses behind railings, skyscrapers, people everywhere. But there were no trees; not even in pots. There were hardly any plants at all.
  • The captain turned. He took his time walking back to the jeep. When he was comfortably aboard, his driver threw it in first, then floored it while playing with the clutch. The second jeep followed suit. Pounds of dust blew over the American and his guide. The double-plume tore off into the desert.
  • I awoke to a bright sunny day, at nearly 10:00 a.m. and knew it was time to face my parentsinquisition. To my great relief, both were gone; neither were anywhere in the house, and neither had left a note for me. The same news van from last night set across the street, but I still saw no one anywhere near it. In the light I could see that it had a flat tire. It must have been abandoned when they couldnt drive it back to the news station yesterday. Hoping that my day was no longer the top story, I flipped on the television and found the local news. Sure enough, there had been a huge earthquake on the west coast, and all news stations were getting reports from their affiliates. By tomorrow no one would even give me a second thought again, thank goodness!
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