Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A simplified and former spelling of receive.
“This was Christ's Work on Earth to receiv us, unto the Glorie of God; this was that which hee taught by this practice, that it is _more blessed to give, then to receiv_.”
“But Connaughton confirmed late Thursday that the state will will pay whether they receiv the seats, pending approval of the contract.”
“Certainly, none of the facts respondents have demonstrated are true are direct evidence of fighting or otherwise "receiv [ing] and execut [ing] orders" ... and they do not, even together, paint an incriminating enough picture to demonstrate that the inferences respondents ask the Court to make are more likely accurate than not.”
“It's the substance that dictated the outcome of the election, which gave Sen. Barack Obama a larger share of the popular vote than either George W. Bush or Bill Clinton ever receiv ...”
“Let us ensure that the process of transformation is people driven and understand that our role as leaders must be played according to the mandates we receiv”
“Africa's image abroad is increasingly that of a continent which has absorbed much aid and receiv and the international community but has nothing to show for it," says Sam Asante of the”
“I am interested in receiv-ing the service I paid for.”
“Blood, mlloped through his imagined her naked beneath him, receiv - 'ing all the love he had to give.”
“The advisory decision of the audience, as recorded by tabulation of those receiv - ing the broadcast of this match: Clef.”
“Stile exchanged one of his receiv - ers for a pass defender.”
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