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- v. Common misspelling of proceed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete spelling of proceed.
- An amended and former spelling of proceed.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I've been googling "procede" and apparently it is the basis of the "regularization" you mentioned, whereby ejido property is privatized en masse, rather than one parcela or lot at a time.
I just googled Procede land purchase and a site came up with great info, including the "procede" process.
In the first place, this 'procede' infallibly makes all 'les rieurs' of your side, which is a considerable party; and in the next place, it certainly pleases the object of the competition, be it either man or woman; who never fail to say, upon such an occasion, that THEY MUST OWN YOU HAVE BEHAVED YOURSELF
I carried my point, and continued my 'procede' with the Abbe; and by this easy and polite commerce with him, at third places, I often found means to fish out from him whereabouts he was.
Why not, even if one party has 60 votes, demand that all each state have both senators endorse the legislation before a bill may procede, because minority viewpoints in each state should, of course, be represented, no?
The reason Dems will not procede with any immigration bill that has teeth and respects the LAW is NOT because the congressional schedule is crowded.
If a person is qualified, has no skeletons revealed in their vetting, then there should be no reason the nomination should not procede.
All the "good examples" you site were the program/project decisions on how to procede with the development programs.
At last I knew what, it was to be born to the purple, and I took my seat in the. hotel carriage as though it were my chariot about to procede with me to the imperial palace.
The procede route was actually suggested to us by our attorney.
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