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- n. Beratement: the act of berating.
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Despite the beyond-the-grave beration, I recall thinking I was quite enjoying the peace and quiet of the cell.
However, in an encouraging display of maturing emotional strength, Ernests did not cripple himself with self-beration and continued to hold convincingly, while pressuring Djoković on his serve.
Under fome heads indeed, many refolutions have been wholly expunged; either on account of their relating to a ftate of things which no longer exiils in the prefent eftablilhment; or becaufe, upon niature deli - beration, they were confidered as objedlionable.
For Al - mighty God t "is equally the Original of it, whether he firft lodged it more in common, and left the communication of it to particular perfons, to be the refult of reafon and deli - beration, or himfelf immediately gave it to thofe particular perfons."
Attica was con - fidered as totally lofl:, and the objeft of their deli - beration was the refl: of Greece.
The EngliPn, who had been ordered to load with double ball, now poured in a terrible difcharge, and continued their fire with fuch deli - beration and fplrit, that the enemy immediately gave way, and fled with precipitation.
A general history of the British empire in America : containing an historical, political, and commercial view of the English settlements ; including all the countries in North-America, and the West-Indies, ceded by the peace of Paris
Mr, Grandison, with a noble disdain, appealed to Jeronymo’s cooler deli-beration; and told him, that he never would meet, as a foe, the man he had ever been desirous to consider as his friend.
L.beration Front (MIL.) guerrillas-who were supposed to be By Efren L. Danao, Senior Reporter Citing treachery by the Moro
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