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- v. Present participle of esquire.
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Valhurst advance from the cabin, where he had been drying and refreshing himself, she welcomed him as a resource, and, taking advantage of the civility she owed him for what he had suffered in esquiring her, gave him her sole attention; always persuaded his admiration was but a sort of old fashioned politeness, equally without design in itself, or subject for comment in others.
Sticks of Fire, St. Petersblog, and the earnest, esquiring law blogger Matt Conigliaro, author of Abstract Appeal, were among the first bloggers with the story.
Calander esquiring a Princess dedicated to Fatal Enchantment -- that
"I shall be very happy to, Mistress, when my work is done, though I fear that I shall make but a poor escort, for indeed I have had no practice whatever in the esquiring of dames."