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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of inarch.
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Hector chooses to go to battle and thus inarches to his death; Achilles chooses to murder Hector, and thereby earns for himself a reputation throughout all time as a savage bully.
Our first scions or inarches, grafted in 1937, are now 6 inches in diameter at ground level and constitute the main tree.
Last year we put in many hundreds of inarches, altogether, which later showed nearly 100\% "take".
If the inarches become blighted, they can themselves be inarched, as shown.
JilFcrit invades the empire ibid The emperor inarches again ft him - ibid lilds Lahore s6 ibid Mubarick rebuilds Lahore and returns to Delhi JilTerit befieges Lahore without fiiccefs.
130 TRAVELSIN I WAS much entertained, during our feveral inarches, by the variety of charafters I faw; the people of the bazar