- adv. alternative spelling of once.
“Many English words ending in – ance, – ence, – ant, and – ent came into English from French in the “a” forms.”
“That folks are blinded by ignor-ance is amazingly sad to behold.”
“National health insurance is just one, big, heartwarming bowl of chicken soup.”
“Regulatory compli - By Council Reg. 2309/93 and formerly known as the ance and effective internal communication can European Medicines Evaluation Agency but shor - avert potential problems and potential legal liabi - tened to the European Medicines Agency by Reg. lity for both the manufacturer and its employees. 726/2004 (see following footnote).”
“Once you have revealed the truth to Mr. Pargeter, -- and he will believe implicitly all you say, -- then, Madame, you will not only have accomplished a good action, but a sum, bringing the fee for the séance which is just concluded up to ten thousand francs, will be placed at your disposal by me.”
“As hypnotic as a s é ance, the 1972 film often is described as the Soviet "2001," but its dazzle is primarily psychological and spiritual.”
“And when do you use “- ence” and when is it “- ance”?”
“The music is just as weird and cryptic — a sort of voodoo s é ance as rendered by New Orleans studio-session pros.”
“Other retail firms that carry their own weight by providing self-sufficiency wages and employer-sponsored health insur-ance are placed at a competitive disadvantage, which can result in a downward cycle for wages and benefits across the industry.”
“All the rest is so much Ignore-ance of the needs of ALL Peoples.”
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