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Things document often describes (“document ________”)
no., object, based, information, number, delivery, doc, property, type, option, name, language, retrieval, view, level, date, source, presence, analysis, status, quantity, handling, theory, readers, design, color, hypothesis, management, title, centric, box, reference, nos., quality, driven, preparation, insert, oriented, location, processing, centered, description, page, retention, imaging, review, menu, findings, originating, acuity, febrile, button, command, specific, base, copying, icon, selection, catalogue, examiner, rhythm, congress, the, done, presentation

How document often is described (“________ document”)
new, original, important, legal, official, single, historical, entire, final, current, remarkable, formal, interesting, page, unpublished, separate, basic, valuable, curious, internal, main, electronic, precious, secret, lengthy, historic, constitutional, active, key, ancient, comprehensive, extraordinary, authentic, famous, blank, earliest, latter, contemporary, confidential, unique, founding, relevant, written, printed, oldest, detailed, valid, consultative, technical, useful, brief, above, negotiable, word, genuine, binding, undated


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