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  • n. Obsolete spelling of rummage.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • See rummage.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An obsolete form of roo-mage, rummage.

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Examples

  • And because our ships be freighted by the great, it shalbe very needful that you do appoynt certaine to see the romaging of the ships, and to giue the master or Boatswaine, or him that will take vpon him to romage, a good reward for his labour to see the goods well romaged.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • He was utterly perplexed with the uproar and romage.

    A Rough Shaking

  • Seems not so dry to me, what I have done for now is just not use the required annotation and handled it with a validator instead. romage

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  • The whole point of HtmlHelper and AjaxHelper returning MvcHtmlString is that it doesn't get encoded twice when you put it between romage

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  • Its interesting that the "OnComplete" parameter does not get encoded in the same way. romage

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  • As a result, the ajax replacement magic obviously doesn't work!!! romage

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  • However, this looks like a big problem to me, since I do not have a default. aspx in my project! romage

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  • _ Is she so hot, or such a want of lovers, that she must doat upon afflictions? why does she not go romage all the prisons, and there bestow her youth, bewray her wantonness, and flie her honour, common both to beggery: did she speak to him?

    Wit Without Money The Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher

  • Glashruach was the talk of Daurside because of certain inexplicable nightly disorders that fell out there; the slang rows, or the Scotch remishs (a form of the English romage), would perhaps come nearest to a designation of them, consisting as they did of confused noises, rumblings, ejaculations; and the fact itself was a reason for silence, seeing a word might bring the place again into men's mouths in like fashion, and seriously affect the service of the farm; such

    Sir Gibbie

  • "As I lay i 'my bed that nicht -- an' ye may be sure at my age I lay nae langer nor jist to turn me ower ance, an 'in general no that ance -- jist as I was fa'in' asleep, up gat sic a romage i 'the servan' ha ', straucht' aneth whaur I was lyin ', that I thoucht to mysel', what upo 'earth's come to the place!

    Donal Grant, by George MacDonald

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