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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A Middle English form of pleading.

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Examples

  • But Stile was held silent, and the White Adept was com - pleting her new symbol figure.

    Blue Adept

  • A prisoner using a bone knife would die of old age before com-pleting the task.

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  • In the first alternative, authority referred to the special respect that was due to the accountable origi - nator (author) of a complete idea or activity by those who simply comply with it; in the second, authority refers to the originator's (authorizer's) rightful transfer of his claim on this special respect to those who comply with his original incomplete idea or activity by com - pleting it.

    AUTHORITY

  • Assessing the fi nancial stability of a CRO responses to these questions are essential to com - pleting the overall picture of a CRO's fi nancial The recent history of CROs shows few business situation, and may actually be more revealing failures and, in comparison with other service sup - than bald, out-of-date audited accounts.

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  • The bill, intitled, "An act to appropriate a further fum of money for com - pleting the ftate-prifon," was read a third time;

    A journal of the proceedings of the Legislative Council of the state of New-Jersey ..

  • The bill, intitled, "An act to appropriate a further fum of money for com - pleting the uate-prifon," was read a fecond time and ordered a third reading.

    A journal of the proceedings of the Legislative Council of the state of New-Jersey ..

  • The bill, intitled, "An act to appropriate a further fum of money for com - pleting the ftate-prifon," was read a fecond time and ordered a third reading.

    A journal of the proceedings of the Legislative Council of the state of New-Jersey ..

  • For the purpose of com - pleting the said construction, said commission may expend, in addition to the amount provided for in said section two, such sums not exceeding, in the aggregate, twenty-five hun - dred dollars, as may hereafter be appropriated therefor.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

  • The corporation shall, before the expiration of the time required for completing the railroad, file with the county commissioners the location of the different parts where such variations have been made; but the time for com - pleting the railroad shall not be extended in consequence of such variations.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

  • This causes delay and expense in com - pleting transfers even if the most complete methods of indexing should be employed, so as to reduce to a mini - mum the time required in searching the records — and our present methods are by no means perfect.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

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