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- v. Present participle of cantle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The lower course of bricks inclosing a brick-clamp.
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The duke of Lorraine was for cantling out some part of France, which lay next his territories; and the duke of Savoy had, before the death of Henry III., actually possessed himself of the marquisate of Saluces.
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