- n. Plural form of banke.
“(More technically, it will help vi a toyten bankes — i.e. the way cupping helps a corpse.)”
“More technically, it will help vi a toyten bankes — i.e. the way cupping helps a corpse.”
“Amemorandum on some problems of the insurance industry was placed be fore the adviser framed earlier in a meeting held at the office of the association by the higgh-ups of the insurance industry. the problems are (a) Amendment of the insurance act,1938 (b) re-insurance with sbc (c) Enlistment of insurance companies with bankes (d) shifing of insurance prtfolio to the ministry of finance.”
“Volga, which is an exceeding great riuer, vpon the bankes whereof duke Bathy marcheth.”
“All these, in the winter time, descend down to the sea, and in summer ascend backe by the bankes of the said riuers vp to the mountains.”
“Nor was this water bounded in with any bankes, but onely the sides of the plain Medow, which made it appeare the more sightly, as it arose in swelling plenty.”
“And alle be it that it have no watre, zit men fynden there in and on the bankes, fulle gode fissche of other maner of kynde and schappe, thanne men fynden in ony other see; and thei ben of right goode tast, and delycious to mannes mete.”
“Cataie, and doeth great harme in the countrey when it ouerfloweth the bankes, or breaketh foorth of the chanell.”
“Likewise vpon the bankes of some riuers, there are woods growing here and there.”
“Towards the border of the sayd prouince there be many great lakes: vpon the bankes whereof are salt pits or fountaines, the water of which so soon as it entereth into the lake, becommeth hard salte like vnto ice.”
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