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  • adj. Archaic spelling of particular.

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Examples

  • There are some equipment shortages here, but by far the biggest problem is not money (the government is throwing tons of money at the war, and the IED problem in particuler.

    Think Progress » VIDEO: Rumsfeld Confronted By Soldier Over Equipment Shortages In Iraq

  • Elderly care sits at the bottom of the heap and stakeholders or service users ie elderly patients do not really interest many in particuler nurses who appear these days to think it is not their job to feed,wash ,preserve peoples dignity etc they rather engage in care planning which does not filter down to the patient and gainning qualifications which only really benefit them on their career ladder .

    Elderly NHS patients' harrowing plight is revealed in report

  • I put 20 to 30 through because I want to feel comfortable w/that particuler rifle, as I only hunt w/it 1-3 times a year.

    Can You Hear Me Now?

  • To defend the fact that it chose some particuler side of opinions and points of views it concluded its statement with "CNN's reputation is based on reporting global news accurately and impartially, while our coverage through the use of words, images or video always reflects a wide range of opinions and points of view on every story."

    CNN statement on Tibet coverage

  • But, we have not chosen, as of yet, to identify that particuler situation as one that is deserving of a larger degree of moral condemnation.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Is “Genocide” Really Worse than “Mere” Mass Murder?

  • I am the bolder to make this particuler relation in the praise of his perfect constancy and magnanemitye of spirite, because I haue thrise passed the same straights and haue felt the most bitter and mercyles fury thereof.

    The Worldes Hydrographical Discription

  • At that very instant many letters of instructions were addressed and sent to euery particular Master and Captaine of the Ships: What the contentes of those letters of instructions were it was not as yet knowne vnto any, neither was it held meet to be enquired or knowen of any of vs. But vnder the titles and superscriptions of euery mans particuler letter these wordes were endorsed.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Now doth the peerlesse Poet performe both, for whatsoever the Philosopher saith should be done, he gives a perfect picture of it by some one, by whom he presupposeth it was done, so as he coupleth the generall notion with the particuler example.

    Defence of Poesie

  • Now doth the peerlesse Poet performe both [the work of the philosopher and the historian], for whatsoever the Philosopher saith should be done, he gives a perfect picture of it by some one, by whom he presupposeth it was done, so as he coupleth the generall notion with the particuler example.

    Defence of Poesie

  • Lastly, if the Londoners should happen to express a wish respecting anything, "whether it be the fishing, the admirallty, or any other particuler wch may serve for a motyve to enduce them," the same was to be conceded at once, and no private interests, whether of Sir Arthur Chichester himself or any other individual, were to be allowed to stand in the way.

    London and the Kingdom - Volume II

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