from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A setting out; going forward; advance; progression.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A setting out; a going forward; advance; progression.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A setting forth; departure.
The time of the yeere hasting the profection and departure of the Ambassador, the merchants hauing prepared foure goodly and well trimmed shippes laden with all kinds of merchandises apt for
Certes celluy qui te possédera ne sera vaincu ny estonné, ne ne redoubtera toute la force des ennemys; il n'aura jamais pour d'aucunes illusions et fantasies, car luy de Dieu et de la grace sérôt en profection et sauvegarde.
They stress about every detail, striving for profection because that is were they see top performance coming from.
(Work done by profection truck repair) Has a factory lift so sits higher than most, even higher with bigger tires.
The time of the yeere hasting the profection and departure of the
Remember correction is not rejection, it is direction given unto profection!
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