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CiD DscHRUiTHs, is a term lignifying, where is the criminal i Mtss A, means the dead body of a perfon; the ic or fine muft be paid when it is found without G 2 modosx ap.
Hence it derives its name; the word Staubbach, in German, lignifying a fprtng of duft.
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When I have sprouted chinquapins in the north and there is danger of their not lignifying when the ground begins to freeze, I put a lot of little sticks upright amongst them, so that my mulch will not bear too heavily upon the chinquapins, and then cover them with several inches of oak leaves, or any good, strong leaves that will not pack too tightly.
If buds then start off like those of two persimmons and two papaws they will have time for lignifying.
The terminal leaves on scions seemed to conduct repair up to a point where lignifying for the winter is now going on.
Afterwards Father Andrm da Pavi. t took upon him to write to the faid King, lignifying to him that he would come and baptize his Majefty, whenever he Ihould pleafe to appoint him.
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VViaC nowc rcmaineth to the paffion of Chrift, but to be anexampkof redempti6, whereby wc may learne to be our owne redcmersPChrift himfelfc, when in the Supper he fealeth the confidence of pardon, doth not bid bis difciplcs to fticke in that doings, but fendeth them away to*he facrifice of his death: lignifying that the Supper is a mo - nimcnt or memoriall (as the common fpech is) whereby they may Icarnc that the fatisfadoric denfing facrifice, by which the Father was to be appeafed, muft haue bene offred but ones.