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L: lectured liquidated litigated lobbied localized located

M: maintained managed marketed maximized mediated merged minimized modeled moderated modernized modified monitored motivated moved

N: narrated negotiated nurtured

O: observed offset opened operated orchestrated ordered organized originated overhauled oversaw

P: participated patterned penalized perceived performed permitted persuaded pinpointed pioneered planned prepared presented preserved presided prevented probed processed procured produced profiled programmed promoted prompted proposed proved provided publicized published pursued

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U: uncovered undertook unified united updated upgraded used utilized

V: validated valued verified

W: widened witnessed won worked wrote

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