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- n. Plural form of terce.
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Palmas is a river called _De los Potos_, where abundance of fresh water and ballast may be had, and plenty of ivory or elephants teeth, which river is in four degrees and almost two terces, or 4° 40 'N.
This lande is scituate in the parallele of Rome in 41. degrees and 2. terces.
Rome, in 41. degrees and 2. terces: but somewhat more cold by accidentall causes and not of nature, (as I wil declare vnto to your highnesse elsewhere) describing at this present the situation of the foresaid
Have we not seen, in a public sale, a small bronze statue fetch one hundred and twenty thousand ses - terces? "