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- n. Obsolete form of gree.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See gree, a step.
- n. See gree, good will.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See gree.
- n. See gree
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He thinks it a family disgrace, that can only be wiped off by marrying her to you; and he would do it _bon gre, mal gre_, but that he waits to hear what Burgundy will say.
What he did comprehend was, that the moment had come when, _bon gre mal gre_, he was called upon to acquit himself of the commission with which
So the King did of himself bid me to declare to all that would take our tallys for payment, that he should, soon as the Parliament's money do come in, take back their tallys, and give them money: which I giving him occasion to repeat to me, it coming from him against the 'gre'
Archbishop of Canterbury that now is, he did think of this man and sent for him up: and here he is, against the 'gre' and content of the old Doctors, made judge, but is a very excellent man both for judgment and temper, yet majesty enough, and by all men's report, not to be corrupted.
Hall, where he had always lived; only by accident the business of the want of a Judge being proposed to the present Archbishop of Canterbury that now is, he did think of this man and sent for him up: and here he is, against the 'gre' and content of the old Doctors, made judge, but is a very excellent man both for judgment and temper, yet majesty enough, and by all men's report, not to be corrupted.
Yo 'make ver' gre't mistake to get in troub 'wid dem. "
Yahdiler ellerindeki Tevrat'a, ayrca limlerinden ve atalarndan iitip durduklarna gre yaknda bu blgede zuhur edecek bir peygambere iman edeceklerini ve bu peygamberin desteiyle putperestlie son vererek Araplar ortadan kaldracaklarn syleyip duruyorlard.
Exporters in Germany, Japan and China were doing gre at business selling to U.S. consumers, who were borrowing — largely from Asia — so they could buy Japanese big-screen TVs, German imported cars and Chinese toys and apparel.
The gre - nade left her hand before his hands could cut the water.
There was a moment in the third and final presidential debate between Barack Obama and John McCain when I had a powerful vision from my youth: Muhammad Ali, the great heavyweight boxer and even gre ... digg
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