|periä englanniksi||tariff fi, collect fi, inherit fi, dun fi|
: ux|en|Suzanne collected all the papers she had laid out.
: ux|en|A bank collects a monthly payment on a clients new car loan. A mortgage company collects a monthly payment on a house.
: ux|en|John Henry collects stamps.
*: the riot is so great that it is very difficult to collect what is being said.
*: ... which sequence, I conceive, is very ill collected.
: ux|en|He had a lot of trouble collecting on that bet he made.
: ux|en|The rain collected in puddles.
: ux|en|I dont think he collects as much as hoards.
*: Whence some collect that the former word imports a plurality of persons.
: It was to be a collect delivery, but no-one was available to pay.
: I had to call collect.
: He used the days collect as the basis of his sermon.
: ux|en|Your descendants will inherit the earth.
: ux|en|After Grandad died, I inherited the house.
: ux|en|Lets hope the baby inherits his mothers looks and his fathers intelligence.
: ux|en|This country has inherited an invidious class culture.
: ux|en|Lucky old Daniel – his grandfather died rich, and hes inherited.
: ux|en|ModalWindow inherits all the properties and methods of Window.
*: For example, the following two code segments, from different assemblies, show how easy it is to inherit a class from another assembly.
: color panel|DAC8AE
*: Summers dun cloud comes thundering up.
*: Chill and dun / Falls on the moor the brief November day.
*: to be pulled by the sleeve by some rascally dun
*: Melancholy duns came looking for him at all hours.
*: ‘Franks worried about duns,’ she said as the butler went away.
: He sent his debtor a dun.
*: Hath she sent so soon to dun?
*: Of all he had received from Lady Bellaston, not above five guineas remained and that very morning he had been dunned by a tradesman for twice that sum.
*: Rich bitches who had to be dunned for their milk bills would pay him right now.
: He dun it before and he dun it again.
: Now, ya dun it!
*: Has he allowed the power and the repercussions of the Death Note to influence his entire life? How would you deal with that power? (Dun, dun, DUN! Insert dramatic music here.)Webster 1913