from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A Middle English form of agree.
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Even the local population has been facing a similar situation, though not on the same d egree as expatriates.
Thus in the prefcnt cafe, the diftrefs of the Tryal, and our Quitting our ftation to aflift her (events which no egree of prudence could either forefee or obviate) gave an opportunity to all the fliips bound to Val - paraifo, to reach that '
He received his Bachelor's egree from Saint Augustine's College, and his Master's and Doctoral degrees from Cornell University.