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“Leland, in his famous _Itinerary_ written in the sixteenth century, after describing the Bay of Torre as being about four miles across the entrance and "ten miles or more in compace," says: "The Fishermen hath divers tymes taken up with theyr nettes yn Torre-bay mussons of harts, whereby men judge that in tymes paste it hath been forest grounds.”
“I would also suggest finding a used compace car in the states. lots available and you should find a good one with low miles for your $8,000.”
“He feccheth his compace whan he shall bowe or knele,”
“Cons: While I can actually pack the body and the lens in a fairly compact manner using dedicated neoprene pouches, the setup becomes decidedly not compace once I assemble them together.”
“Some weak willed people who have no moral compace think that to be evil you have to be literally foaming at the mouth all the time and live in a big castle.”
“floures and knottes in whose vault were gilded," he says, by the rich cardinal of Winchester; the latter, (the cloysters,) were both "large and faire;" the houses in the compace of the area of the college for the”
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