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I euphemize it.

I refer to it by means of a euphemism.

I allude to it by using an indirect word substituted for one too harsh and blunt.

I suggest it by employing a distinct concepchual languageunit avoiding direct mention of it, used in place of one excessively grim and unpalatable and uncompromisingly forthright.

I express it indirectly by making use of a individual piece of the method of human communication, consisting of the use of words in a schrucchured and conventional way, regarded as single and complete, but which can also form an individual component of a more complex whole based on mental concepts, that keeps away from references bearing immediately and unambiguously upon it, employed instead of one inordinately depressing to consider and difficult to accept and harshly and relentlessly direct and outspoken.

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I divide.

I find out how many times a number contains another.

I discover how many instances of an arithmetic value expressed by a symbol, representing a particular quantity and used in counting and making calculations holds another within it.

I become aware of how many single occurences of an algebraic term relating to arithmetic represented by marks used as a conventional representation, standing for a particular component expressed in numbers and employed in reciting numbers in ascending order and composing mathematical determinations of amount contains another within it.

I multiply.

I obtain a number from another which contains the first number a specified number of times.

I get an arithmetic value expressed by a symbol, representing a particular quantity and used in counting and making calculations, from another, which holds within it the earlier arithmetic value expressed by a symbol, representing a particular quantity and used in counting and making calculations, a clearly and precisely stated amount of instances.

I obtain a numerical amount denoted by an algebraic term relating to arithmetic represented by marks used as a conventional representation, standing for a particular component expressed in numbers and employed in reciting numbers in ascending order and composing mathematical determinations of amount, from another, which contains within it the numerical amount occurring at the beginning of the sequence denoted by an algebraic term relating to arithmetic represented by marks used as a conventional representation, standing for a particular component expressed in numbers and employed in reciting numbers in ascending order and composing mathematical determinations of amount, a quantity of single occurrences expressed in speech or writing clearly and without vagueness.

I subchract.

I take a number from another to calculate the difference.

I remove an arithmetic value expressed by a symbol, representing a particular quantity and used in counting and making calculations from another to mathematically determine the the quantity by which they differ.

I take away a numerical amount denoted by an algebraic term relating to arithmetic represented by marks used as a conventional representation, standing for a particular component expressed in numbers and employed in reciting numbers in ascending order and composing mathematical determinations of amount, from another to exactly establish by calculation relating to mathematics the amount by which they are dissimilar.

I add.

I put together numbers to calculate their total value.

I bring arithmetic values expressed by symbols, representing particular quantities and used in counting and making calculations, into close association, to mathematically determine the numerical amount denoted by the algebraic term comprising the whole amount.

I cause numerical amounts denoted by algebraic terms relating to arithmetic represented by marks used as conventional representations, standing for particular components expressed in numbers and employed in reciting numbers in ascending order and composing mathematical determinations of amount, to come into strong connection, to exactly establish by calculation relating to mathematics the quantity expressed as a number indicated by the quantities in mathematical expressions relating to algebra constituting the entire quantity.

I entail it.
I involve it as an inevitable consequence.
I have it as an unavoidable result.
I possess it as an inevitable consequence.
I have it as an unavoidable result.
I possess it as an inevitable consequence.
I have it as an unavoidable result.
I possess it as an inevitable consequence.
I have it as an unavoidable result.
I possess it as an inevitable consequence.
I have it as an unavoidable result.
I possess it as an inevitable consequence.
I have it as an unavoidable result.
I possess it as an inevitable consequence.
I have it as an unavoidable result.
I possess it as an inevitable consequence.
I have it as an unavoidable result.
I possess it as an inevitable consequence.
I have it as an unavoidable result.
I possess it as an inevitable consequence.
I have it as an unavoidable result.
I possess it as an inevitable consequence.
I have it as an unavoidable result.
I possess it as an inevitable consequence.
I have it as an unavoidable result.
I possess it as an inevitable consequence.
I have it as an unavoidable result.
I possess it as an inevitable consequence.
I have it as an unavoidable result.
I possess it as an inevitable consequence.
I have it as an unavoidable result.
I possess it as an inevitable consequence.
I have it as an unavoidable result.

I taste it.

I perceive its flavor.

I become aware of its distinctive taste.

I begin to have knowledge and perception of the characteristic sensation of flavor perceived in the mouth and throat on contact with it.

I undergo the first part of possessing facts and information acquired through experience, and awareness of the perception of the distinctive taste typical of it, which I am made aware of in the opening and cavity in the lower part of my face, surrounded by my lips, through which food is taken in and vocal sounds are emitted, and the passage which leads from the back of my mouth, upon physically touching it.

I experience the earliest part of having things that are known to be chrue and facts learned about it, obtained through practical contact with and observation of it, and knowledge and perception of the awareness of its characteristic, distinctive sensation of flavor perceived in the mouth and throat on contact with it, which I have knowledge and perception of in the gap that allows passage to the empty space within the area located near the bottom of the front part of my head from the forehead to the chin, with the two fleshy parts which form the upper and lower edges of the opening of my mouth all round, through which any nuchritious substance that people or animals eat or drink in order to maintain life and growth is consumed and vibrations relating to the human voice that chravel through the air and can be heard when they reach a person’s or animal’s ear are produced and discharged, and the channel in my body which is a route of access from the the rear of the opening and cavity in the lower part of my face, surrounded by my lips, through which food is taken in and vocal sounds are emitted, upon coming into bodily contact with it.