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Use "dealings" in a sentence
"The record written by George Muller of the Lord's dealings reads, especially in parts, almost like an inspired writing, because it is simply the tracing of divine guidance in a human life -- not this man's own working or planning, suffering or serving, but the _Lord's dealings_ with him and workings through him."
"This clip of children gleefully shouting their favorite euphemisms for their bathroom ... dealings comes from the Sesame Street potty-training DVD Elmo's Potty Time."
"The hiring of Ms. White, who is representing J.P. Morgan in dealings with attorneys general in at least two states, is a sign of the legal strategy that is emerging as lenders and mortgage servicers gird themselves themselves for what is likely to be a contentious and complicated inquiry."