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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.

    Camilla: or, A Picture of Youth

  • 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.

    Public Principles and Private Vouchers

  • Calander esquiring a Princess dedicated to Fatal Enchantment -- that

    The Day of Days An Extravaganza

  • "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."

    When London Burned : a Story of Restoration Times and the Great Fire


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