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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of pawl.


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  • What I had brought were at his liberty to fearch, and that I went only on an amicable account to Cure a Sick Ferfon, and Ihould be as ready to ferve him, if required, his Fury was quite pawled; but perceiving an hungry look to hang on them all, and fufpeding left they ihould ferve me fome Dog-trick, I made a fmall Prefent, and he Signing the Pafs, difmifled me with a Buhdle of F41M, the ufual Ceremony at Parting.

    A New Account of East-India and Persia, in Eight Letters. Being Nine Years ...


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