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“In the mid-nineteenth century these word parts were assembled in Paris into bicycle.xiii Finally, in 1868, the word entered English, initially with the spelling “bysicle.””
“In the mid-nineteenth century, the British fondness for shampooing crossed the English Channel to become the anglicized French phrase le shampooing, literally “the shampooing,” pronounced with a light n sound at the end of the word: le shahmpooahn.”
“In the mid-nineteenth century, American courts began to devise their own rules for pleadings, but again they required great specificity in alleging facts to support the claims presented.”
“The growing numbers of prostitutes in the mid-nineteenth century greatly supported this market, then kept it alive when moral reformers threatened to kill it.”
“In Gallery 739 of the American Wing sits a striking mid-nineteenth century tête-à-tête a chair for two that allows sitters to face one another -- the design is attributed to John Belter that might have provided a comfortable platform from which two worried Americans might have pondered the uncomfortable and escalating domestic crisis that eventually resulted in disunion and war.”
“… From the mid-nineteenth century through the first three-quarters of this century … Britain enjoyed extraordinarily low crime and extraordinary freedom.”
“We chose division in the mid-nineteenth century, and Civil War was the result.”
“Anti-Catholicism reached a peak in the mid-nineteenth century when Protestant leaders became alarmed by the heavy influx of Catholic immigrants.”
“Legislative walkouts to deny a quorum date to at least the mid-nineteenth century.”
“The Season Abroad Up to the mid-nineteenth century the great leisure center ...”
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