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  • To prevent extravagance in dress parish taxes were "cessed" according to apparel -- "if he be unmarried, according to his own apparel; if he be married, according to his own and his wife's or either of their apparel."

    England in America, 1580-1652

  • The 'cessed' building, 115-year-old Ray Chambers, near

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  • Word verification: cessed - how South Carolinians spell what they did from the Union in 1861.

    Rookie Moves

  • Sir James instantly dispatched orders to the cessed soldiers either to come to Dumfries or meet him on the way to Dalry, and commanded the thirteen or fourteen men in the town with him to come at nine next morning to his lodging for supplies.

    Lay Morals

  • Its twin masts were raked and its cabins were re - cessed deep into the decking both fore and aft, adding to the long, smooth look.

    Ilse Witch

  • He switched to his C drive, ac - cessed the built-in diagnostic, discovered that a virus was busy dismantling the software on his hard drive.

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  • He touched the calcareous mass above his re-cessed right ear.

    The False Mirror

  • Their ident slips were pro-cessed, checked, and efficiently spat back at them by the boarding console.

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  • Against excesse in [206] apparell that every man be cessed in the churche for all publique contributions, if he be unmarried according to his owne apparrell, if he be married, according to his owne and his wives, or either of their apparell.

    Colonial Records of Virginia

  • Against excesse in apparell that every man be cessed in the churche for all publique contributions, if he be unmarried according to his owne apparrell, if he be married according to his owne and his wives, or either of their apparrell ....

    Great Epochs in American History, Vol. II The Planting Of The First Colonies: 1562—1733

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