enter england, estate, essence & do not enter exit only. dominate bull, douglas buddha, say’s there are too options “enter” & “end” for elders, earth, egypt, entities from domaine, estate, vineyard in apartheid 12/11/2018. life isn’t just a exhibition. douglas lee thompson say’s to do everything, you must end your exile. last computer use 12/11/2018, supreme exhibition, sun, super earth, sultan douglas lee thompson downtown las vegas nevada fremont experience. december 2018 nevada. 2019-2020 the domaine is being excavated.

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kurt

es·sence

[ˈesəns]

entity
  1. the intrinsic nature or indispensable quality of something, especially something abstract, that determines its character.
    “conflict is the essence of drama”
    synonyms:
    quintessence · soul · spirit · ethos · nature · life · lifeblood · core · heart · center · crux · nub · nucleus · kernel · marrow · meat · pith · gist · substance · principle · central part · fundamental quality · basic quality · essential part · intrinsic nature · sum and substance · reality · actuality · quiddity · esse · nitty-gritty

    end

    england

    douglas

    end

    legal term

    ex·hi·bi·tion

    [ˌeksəˈbiSH(ə)n]

    entity
    1. a public display of works of art or items of interest, held in an art gallery or museum or at a trade fair.
      “an exhibition of french sculpture” · “he never lent his treasures out for exhibition”
      synonyms:
    2. a display or demonstration of a particular skill.
      “fields that have been plowed with a supreme exhibition of the farm worker’s skills” · “exhibition games”
    3. (in sports) a game whose outcome does not affect a team’s standing, typically one played before the start of a regular season.
      “an exhibition game”
    4. british
      a scholarship awarded to a student at a school or college, usually after a competitive examination.
      synonyms:
      grant · award · endowment · payment · fellowship · bursary · bursarship · exhibition

    legal term

    ex·ile

    [ˈeɡˌzīl, ˈekˌsīl]

    entity
    1. the state of being barred from one’s native country, typically for political or punitive reasons.
      “he knew now that he would die in exile”
    vegas
    (be exiled)
    1. expel and bar (someone) from their native country, typically for political or punitive reasons.

      “a corrupt dictator who had been exiled from his country” ·

      [more]
      synonyms:
      expel · banish · expatriate · deport · ban · bar · drive out · throw out · cast out · eject · oust · outlaw · uproot · separate · extradite · excommunicate · transport · displace · ostracize
      legal tern
      too

      [to͞o]

      adv
      1. to a higher degree than is desirable, permissible, or possible; excessively.
        “he was driving too fast” · “he wore suits that seemed a size too small for him”
        synonyms:
        excessively · overly · over · unduly · immoderately · inordinately · unreasonably · ridiculously · to too great an extent/degree · extremely · very · too-too
        • informal
          very.
          “you’re too kind”
      2. in addition; also.
        “is he coming too?”
        synonyms:
        • moreover (used when adding a further point).
          “she is a grown woman, and a strong one too”

        nevada intelligence 12/11/2018 nero

        lucid douglas lee thompson

        kurt, the kingdom of kush.

        2019-2020

        buddha douglas, burrow

        year 2020

        ex·ca·vate

        [ˈekskəˌvāt]

        vegas
        excavated (past tense) · excavated (past participle)
        1. make (a hole or channel) by digging.
          “the cheapest way of doing this was to excavate a long trench”
          synonyms:
          dig · dig out · hollow out · scoop out · gouge · cut out · bore · burrow · tunnel · sink · quarry · mine
          • dig out material from (the ground).
            “the ground was largely excavated by hand”
          • extract (material) from the ground by digging.
            “a very large amount of gravel would be excavated to form the channel”
        2. remove earth carefully and systematically from (an area) in order to find buried remains.
          buddha douglas, buried is buddha
          buddha, budgets 12/11/2018 https://www.whitehouse.gov/ displays budgets.
          funds future d douglas
          fund
          dollar
          future funds de·tour
          devil
          evil
          everything

          legal term input without apartheid,

          in·fer·tile

          [inˈfərdl]

          adj
          1. (of a person, animal, or plant) unable to reproduce.
            “infertile couples are offered specialist advice”
            synonyms:
          fer·tile realm required neural network, debt required a declassification, neural network nevada in hands free. television outdoors, internet in apartheid input done. 12/11/2018 http://www.cia.gov social media packet douglas lee thompson soviet made. social security number 006.68.2480

          [ˈfərdl]

          adj
          1. (of soil or land) producing or capable of producing abundant vegetation or crops.
            “fields along the fertile flood plains of the river” · “germany in the 1920s and 30s was fertile ground for such ideas”
            • (of a seed or egg) capable of becoming a new individual.
            • (of a person, animal, or plant) able to conceive young or produce seed.
              “barbara carefully calculated the period when she was most fertile”
              synonyms:
              able to conceive · able to have children · fecund · potent · generative · reproductive
            • (of a person’s mind or imagination) producing many new and inventive ideas with ease.
            • (of a situation or subject) fruitful and productive in generating new ideas.
              “a series of fertile debates within the social sciences”
            • physics
              (of nuclear material) able to become fissile by the capture of neutrons.
          federal
          social media packet
          legal term
          debt, devil, department

          [det]

          entity
          1. something, typically money, that is owed or due.
            “I paid off my debts” · “a way to reduce Third World debt”
            synonyms:
            bill · account · tally · financial obligation · outstanding payment · amount due · money owing · dues · arrears · debits · charges · check · tab · score
          phonetic alphabet Aa-Zz &
          a-z 27
          A-Z 27
          A-Z america
          post douglas
          legal term
          own·er·ship

          [ˈōnərˌSHip]

          entity
          1. the act, state, or right of possessing something.
            “the ownership of land” · “the rise in car ownership” used cars, realm kurt
            synonyms:
            possession · right of possession · holding · freehold · proprietorship · proprietary rights · title

        rising sun

        japan

        1969

        pro·vi·sion·al domaine

        [prəˈviZHənl]

        adj
        1. arranged or existing for the present, possibly to be changed later.
          “a provisional government” · “a provisional construction permit”
          synonyms:
          interim · temporary · pro tem · transitional · changeover · stopgap · short-term · fill-in · make-do · acting · caretaker · TBC (to be confirmed) · subject to confirmation · pencilled in · working · conditional · qualified · tentative · contingent · makeshift · improvised · preliminary · unfinished · pro tempore · provisory · interregnal · provisionary
        2. relating to the unofficial wings of the irish republican army and sinn fein established in 1969 and advocating terrorism.
        entity
        1. a provisional postage stamp.
        2. a member of the provisional wings of the irish republican army or sinn fein.
          priscilla
          pridedouglas
          12/2018-12/2020
          hind·sight is 20:20

          [ˈhīn(d)ˌsīt]

          entity
          1. understanding of a situation or event only after it has happened or developed.
            “with hindsight, I should never have gone”

        capsized domaine 8 billion entities sunk, sun, sultan.  cartel, cash

        dollars

        england

        end

        ten

        en·gine·ry

        [ˈenjənrē]

        entity
        archaic
        1. engines collectively; machinery.

         

        $20 million dollars

        20 year tenant contract  agreement payable to douglas lee thompson social security number 006.68.2480 document dob 12.27.1969 mail 1500 fremont street apartment #336 downtown las vegas, nevada 89101

        ten·ant

        [ˈtenənt]

        entity
        1. a person who occupies land or property rented from a landlord.
          “council-house tenants” · “a frequent tenant of the gossip columns”
          synonyms:
          occupant · resident · inhabitant · leaseholder · lessee · renter · holder · addressee · lodger · boarder · occupier · sitting tenant · roomer · dweller · feodary
        vegas
        (be tenanted)
        1. occupy (property) as a tenant.
          “the house was tenanted by his cousin”
          synonyms:
          live in · inhabit · be the tenant of · tenant · lodge in · be established/ensconced in · establish/ensconce oneself in · take up residence in · make one’s home in · settle in · move into · people · populate · settle · stay in · reside in · dwell in
          buddha business
          douglas buddha

          https://www.siegelsuites.com/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingdom_of_Sicily sicily

        a·gree·ment

        [əˈɡrēmənt]

        entity
        1. harmony or accordance in opinion or feeling; a position or result of agreeing.
          “the governments failed to reach agreement” · “the two officers nodded in agreement” · “there is wide agreement that investment is necessary”

           

        free cash tenant “Catherine Zeta-Jones

        cartel

        cash

        https://www.facebook.com/CatherineZetaJones/

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catherine_Zeta-Jones

      3. Born: Sep 25, 1969 (age 49) · Swansea, Wales

       

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huawei nevada income

      positive is for the poor, negative is net, nevada, nero dollar https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dollar is douglas lee thompson. 2019-2020 2020-2027

      Increase CN¥47.455 billion US$7.276 billion (2017)[1

      dollar “Douglas Lee Thompson” December 27, 1969 king of wales 12.27.2018 (49)

      russian mob

      Contact CIA

       

      Submission Sent

      Submission Reference ID: XS9QKS64

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