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  • n. Obsolete form of nature.

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Examples

  • Though our outer nature is wasting away, our inner natuer is being renewed day by day.

    2 Months

  • But without looking at Descartes, Aquinas, et al., you don't know the natuer of the problem; or, at least, without knowing them, you could only know the nature of the problem by a completely lucky guess.

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  • It is CATAPULTED by those willing to CATAPULT it, while never telling those that it is CATAPULTED against the true natuer and source of CATAPULTED material.

    Think Progress

  • For the Indeans I could wish all lenety towards them, which vnderstand not possibely the natuer of a promise, they saye it was that if any iniueryed the English, they would not protectc them, but deliuer them vp to make satisefactlon ether in their persons or estates.

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