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  • adv. By way of help.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. By way of help.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • By means of aid or help. Coleridge.

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  • The 7-13 Firebirds, a NWFPD auxiliarly, is hosting the event.

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  • But as all language presupposes in the intelligent hearer or reader those primary notions, which it symbolizes; as well as the power of making those combinations of these primary notions, which it represents and excites us to combine, -- even so I believe, that the notion of God is essential to the human mind; that it is called forth into distinct consciousness principally by the conscience, and auxiliarly by the manifest adaptation of means to ends in the outward creation.

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