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- v. Present participle of entend.
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It should be near the big horn mountains range in South central Montana entending down into Wyoming.
Cornelius is expounded, and is as much to say as, entending in prayer, and the gard, in abiding things outrageous.
a winter time have on him but foul and few clothes, and that he trembled for cold and was entending to his prayers, said to his fellow: Go to Francis and say to him that he sell to thee a pennyworth of his sweat.
Three days after our return to York, Dr. Deane (whose thirst for knowledge is not superficially to be satisfied) by the consent of his fellow-physitians sent for a great quantity of the water in large violl glasses, entending partly by evaporation and partly by some other chimical means to experiment it .... "