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  • The free symposium is mainly about how green choices such as harve sting rainwater can lower household bills and create better places to live.

    Fore, right!

  • Poet says, harve his sorrows, and dubble his joys.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 99, July 19, 1890

  • "You'll harve to carry 'im out, then," said Henshaw.

    Captains All and Others

  • Some of this is being driven by real reductions in dollars coming into Alaska -- fewer tourists, fewer oil wells being drilled, lower payments to fish harve ...

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  • Emtilatkni for glory, and the fliame of being obfcured by a rival, romfed ApjHtis to fuch a degree, that he behaved with naore courage than could harve been expeded.

    An universal history, from the earliest accounts to the present time

  • I thank you for the Letter and as the Senti - ment pleased me much I have made use of it, or part of it, to Counteract that penurious narrow Spirit too often prevailing in a House of Represent - atives and to Impress upon others the Necessity of Guarding against such an Incompatibility of Offices as we harve before very Justly, as well as loudly Complained of. it is indeed too true that the doctrine you mention with regard to School Masters has been preached even in the House, as I am told in the debates on the Tax Bill and they are not Ex - empted as usual, this is a Circumstance I never knew till the Bill was passed, haveing unluckily been out of the House in every reading of it.

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  • A close or small piece of land near a house. Essex dialectal term.

    September 21, 2011