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- noun Bulk; largeness. [Obs.] See
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- noun obsolete
bulk; largeness; size
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Latin music star Shakira comes out with a bunch of girls in exercise gear and leads the 6 p.m. salsa-cize class to her tune, "Loca."
Viret thought these “atheists” greatly abused the liberty which the Reformation had given them to criti - cize idolatry and superstition.
Page 148 big ez either, which ours would pre-cize-ly be.
_Cylinder_ K, or some other conveniently shap'd Tool, of what wideness shall be thought most proper for the cize of Glasses, about which it is to be imploy'd: As, for Object glasses, between twelve foot and an hundred foot long, the Ring may be about six inches over, or indeed somewhat more for those longer Glasses.
Now, though they were a little bigger, yet did they keep the exact figure and order of the pores of Coals and of rotten Wood, which last also were much of the same cize.
Plates be _thinner_ then such a determinate _cize_; for we alwayes find, that the very outmost Rim of these flaws is terminated in a white and colourless Ring.
It is made up of an innumerable company of small bodies, not all of the same cize or shape, but for the most part, not much differing from a
But what if you didn't have to ditch your gas-guzzler to enviro-cize it?
She declined to criti-cize Sen. Harry Reid, R-Nev., who this week yanked an $85 billion bipartisan jobs bill and replaced it with a strip-ped-down $15 billion bill that focuses on a payroll tax deduction to stimulate hiring.
Don’t settle for yoga-cize or the competitive “no pain, no gain” classes at the gym or high fashion studio.