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- adj. Obsolete form of gradual.
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SCHERER: But this is a story that I don't think anybody's told before, that it was very graduall, and the television was good for space and space was good for television.
I shall not minute the graduall Steps, advanced by each Army, but only the Issue of each.
Catastrophes, of its progressive Cultivation, sudden depopulation, and graduall repeopling, of the [illegible] growth of [illegible] several Kingdoms and
The Tree cannot resist the graduall Growth of the Moss upon it; but you might, anie Day, anie Hour, have freed yourself from the equallie graduall Formation of the Net that has enclosed you at last.
Now tonight our evening will be a graduall cool down to the mid 50s with light winds.
WHEREIN The graduall breakings out of Gofpel - grace from Ada» to Chrill arc clearly difcovercd, the differences betwixt the old and new Teftamcntire HI laid open, divers errours oi Armimatts and9thcrsarc
A treatise of the covenant of grace: wherein the graduall breakings out of gospel-grace from Adam to Christ are clearly discovered, the differences betwixt the Old and New Testament are laid open, divers errours of Arminians and others are confuted; the nature of uprightnesse, and the way of Christ in bringing the soul into communion with himself: together with many other points, both doctrinally and practically profitable, are solidly handled
folks are caught up on bush and it is bigger than he and the above players are the ones that need to be brought down. once the head of the octopus gets chopped off the rest of the players will graduall die.
Tbi town in the (hire of Forfar, having a pretty pier is laoo feet in length, and graduall
The universal gazetteer : being a concise description ... of the nations, kingdoms, states, towns ... &c. in the known world ; the government, manners, and religion of the inhabitants ... of the different countries. Illustrated with a complete set of maps