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

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  • But nothing approaches the demonstration by the materiality of the fact, and it is struck with this truth that the organisators of the Exhibition resolved to erect an improvisated town, including houses of all countries and all latitudes. ''

    Literary Blunders

  • But nothing approaches the demonstration by the materiality of the fact, and it is struck with this truth that the organisators of the Exhibition resolved to erect an improvisated town, including houses of all countries and all latitudes. "

    Literary Blunders; A chapter in the "History of Human Error"

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