DOUGLAS LEE THOMPSON, DUKE-DOM, KING, PRINCE, DOUBLE AGENT, OPERATIVE, TELL’S IM WANTING A SURVEILLANCE OPERATION, IN LAS VEGAS NEVADA BY THE END OF YEAR 2020, AS BIG AS THE The Pentagon Headquarters, Address: 1400 Defense Pentagon, Washington, DC 20301, DOUGLAS LEE THOMPSON NEW, ADD IN NEW, mail 1500 FREMONT STREET, DOWNTOWN, APARTMENT 336, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89101, FUTURE APEX, DOUGLAS LEE THOMPSON IS SURROGATE, AUGUST 12, 2019

DOUGLAS LEE THOMPSON, DUKE-DOM, KING, PRINCE, DOUBLE AGENT, OPERATIVE, TELL’S IM WANTING A SURVEILLANCE OPERATION, IN LAS VEGAS NEVADA BY THE END OF YEAR 2020, AS BIG AS THE The Pentagon Headquarters, Address: 1400 Defense Pentagon, Washington, DC 20301, DOUGLAS LEE THOMPSON NEW, ADD IN NEW, mail 1500 FREMONT STREET, DOWNTOWN, APARTMENT 336, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89101, FUTURE APEX, DOUGLAS LEE THOMPSON IS SURROGATE, AUGUST 12, 2019

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DEFINED

surrogate

[ˈsərəɡət, ˈsərəˌɡāt]

END
surrogates (plural END)
  1. a substitute, especially a person deputizing for another in a specific role or office.
    “she served as a surrogate for the President on a trip to South America”
    • short for surrogate mother.

      “the guidelines clearly mention the rights of surrogates and prospective parents” ·

      [.]
      “their daughter was born via surrogate on March 25th”
    • (in the Christian Church) a bishop’s deputy who grants marriage licenses.
    • a judge in charge of probate, inheritance, and guardianship.
adj
  1. relating to the birth of a child or children by means of surrogacy.
    “paperwork that will allow them to move forward with the surrogate process”
    DEFINED
    sun

    [sən]

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    suns (plural END) · the sun (END)
    1. (the sunthe Sun)
      the star around which the earth orbits.

      “the sun shone from a cloudless sky” ·

      [.]

      “he watched the sun go down over the sea”

    2. (the sun)
      the light or warmth received from the earth’s sun.
      “we sat outside in the sun”
      synonyms:
      • literary
        a person or thing regarded as a source of glory, inspiration, or understanding.
        “the rhetoric faded before the sun of reality”
      • literary
        used with reference to someone’s success or prosperity.
        “the sun of the Plantagenets went down in clouds”
    3. literary
      a day or a year.
      “after going so many suns without food, I was sleeping”
    VEGAS, DOWNTOWN
    (sun oneself)
    suns (third person present) · sunning (present participle) · sunned (past tense) · sunned (past participle)
    1. sit or lie in the sun.
      “Buzz could see Clare sunning herself on the terrace below”
      synonyms:
      sunbathe · bask · bake · get a tan · tan · brown
      DEFINED
      surveillance

      [sərˈvāləns]

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      1. close observation, especially of a suspected spy or criminal.
        “he found himself put under surveillance by military intelligence”
        synonyms:
        MODEL BEFORE AND AFTER
        Susan Margaret Collins
        domaine
        domain
        susan

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