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- interjection Used as a greeting or to attract someone's attention.
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- interjection UK, Australia Said to get someone's attention.
- noun UK, sometimes capitalized A
working-class punk rock subgenreof the 1970s, sometimes associated with racism.
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He was in great favour with Ring James VI. and raised by him to the peerage by the title oi Lord D married Sir James Wemys, of that ilk*
For these services he was raised to the Irish peerage by the title oi Lord Aukla? id, November ISth, 17S9.
He always looked on the title oi preceptor as honourable; and delighted so much in that profefsion formerly so highly esteemedf t See Plutarch'j life of ThcKw and the 7th Satire of Juvenal.
The Bee, or, Literary weekly intelligencer [microform] : consisting of original pieces and selections from performances of merit, foreign and domestic : a work calculated to disseminate useful knowledge among all ranks of people at a small expense
Whatever may be Homer's originality, Virgil (fee p. 1 1 3.) * certa»nly does not deferve the title oi robber 5 nor how - ever whimfical and full of 'reveries' Father Hardouin may have teen, is he to Be charged with ignorance.
The provisions of this act shall not be construed Pledges of V ..,.,,. securities as to invalidate or in any manner impair the title oi any cor - collateral to poration to any securities which have been or may be held by it in pledge or as security for a loan or indebtedness; and the same shall be held for the purposes for which they were pledged; and nothing herein contained shall require any such corporation to change any of its investments made before the first day of October in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-six.
He was in great favour with King James VI. and raised by him to the [eerage by the title oi Lord Do-um in 15S1.
So while Brown may not have had the best positions on some of the issues, he was the one who could spin oi into something that people supported.
Lieut. - Colonel Fulk Greville Upton (brother to Viscount Temple - town), who has taken the name oi Howard.
Hence granites carry the just title oi primitive mounfains; while those of slate and calcareous stone, are qualified with that of secondary mountains.
Many who would be ftartled at a prophane, or even an idle amufement, think that the name oi Jacred mufic fanftifies the diver - lion.