from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- etc. See temporization, etc.
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Spain, secretly hating Russia, had on the Continent nothing but Prussia and the Stadtholder; and observation and temporisation became a necessary part of its policy.
La Fayette was the general of temporisation; and to waste the time of the Revolution, was to destroy its force.
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"The government has listened and detailed research on the casualisation and temporisation of labour has been tabled at Nedlac
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