The Clarendon dictionary

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University Publishing Company, 1883 - 372 pages
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Page 297 - figure of rhetoric by which the whole is put for a part, or a part for the whole. Synod,
Page 204 - in the ancient Roman calendar, the 7th of March, May, July, and October, and the 5th of the other
Page 356 - Ce n'est que le premier pas qui coûte, it is only the first step that is difficult.
Page 29 - n. the hinder part of the body in man, and the upper part in animals;
Page 334 - wool; seat of the Lord Chancellor of England in the House of Lords. Word,
Page 296 - word, or part of a word, uttered by a single impulse of the voice.
Page 357 - honi soit qui mal y pense, evil to him who evil thinks.
Page 364 - Md., Maryland. Me , Maine. Mich., Michigan. Minn., Minnesota. Miss., Mississippi. Mo,, Missouri. Mont., Montana.
Page 263 - of the area of a circle bounded by two radii and the included arc : a
Page 359 - dul'ce et deco'rum est pro pat'ria mo'ri. it is sweet and becoming to die for one's

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