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- noun (Anat.) See
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We shall have to live in lodgings, Edie, and live very quietly indeed; but epen so I think it will be better than for you to go out and endure the humiliation of becoming a governess.
O.ussei O. Autar epen proten akten Ithakes aphikeai,
The horfemcn march '; the gates are epen T d wide;
S C £ N E, iin epen Place in the Keighbouihood of Swlnjiiad Abbey«