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- n. diligence; care
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Diligence; care; persevering endeavor.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as diligence.
Your joint message brought joy and gladness to my heart and was a powerful reminder of the staunchness of the faith of the dearly-beloved German believers, their constancy and determination, their thoroughness and diligency in the study of the Faith and of its teachings, and their devotion to the interests of its institutions.
And though I shall forbear to speak reproachfully of your Father, yet I beg you to take notice, that a part of the Church's rights added to the vast treasures left him by his Father, hath been conceived to bring an unavoidable consumption upon both, notwithstanding all his diligency to preserve them.
I wanted to know if it is standard to not enter a contingency for due diligency period of 5-14 days.
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