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“Someone who would use her few acres to build an estate of houses which would en - il croach almost half-way down the drive which led to i Parnham Court, which would ruin the outlook from those magnificent second-floor windows, which would destroy the house's exclusivity, and bring down its commercial value considerably.”
“You don't see him with his face planted in someone croach.”
“Players such as Song, Denilson, Abe, Eboue and Diaby are just not top 4 players as simple as that we lack pace and we have become like Liverhoof just kicking the ball up to ABE who is no croach in the air”
“But upon your principle what right has power to en - croach upon the freedom of the will by undertaking to coinpel it?”
“These are the words of Eusebius: but the inquiries to which they might lead could not be prosecuted in an exercise like the present, and they would en - croach on that time which we destine to subjects of much higher importance.”
“The necessity ofsuch a guard would be apparent whenever they looked into the Governments of Europe, where it would always be found that the Executive was inclined, by gradual step5 to en - croach upon the Legislative authority.”
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Strip a word of its prefix, after "Gloss" by David McCord:
I know a little man both ept and ert.
An intro-? extro-? No, he's just a vert.
Sheveled and couth and kempt, pecu...
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