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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of historify.


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  • No, it is the Grandees, the Junto-men, the Hocas-Pocasses, the state-Mountebanks, with their Zanyes and Jack-puddings, Committee-men, Sequestrators, Treasurers and Agitators under them that are here historified. THE EXQUISITE CORPSE OF PAGE 23.

  • Mademoiselle Cormon's absence allowed the ladies present to discuss the tragi-comic scene -- embellished, extended, historified, embroidered, wreathed, colored, and adorned -- which had just taken place, and which, on the morrow, was destined to occupy all Alencon.

    The Jealousies of a Country Town

  • It's been eulogized, memorialized, fictionalized and historified (sic) but the Goliad massacre, 174 years ago today, still resonates for those in the at Presidio La Bahia have done some restoration and gotten a little new


  • SO, guys, go get historified, then seek out full-story in past 30 years -- and explain why we in such horrendous mess now given clear-shot, open-Treasury since Ronnie playing role of President when he was ONLY great actor with magnetic voice / personality.


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