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- n. Alternative form of terret.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See terret.
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But the rules governing how and why a film qualifies "for your consideration" are still kind of foreign territ...
The Charlton bradoon, a favourite for more than twenty years, has lost its consequence by the new invention; the bearing rein now passes through the throat lash, but formerly it only entered the bit, and went straight to the territ.
Ammianus says, of all the leaders, quod acri metu territ acrimetu territi duces concordi precatu precaut fieri prohibere tentarent.
Dexia Israel stops financing Israeli settlements - Martijn Lauwens - The Belgian-French financial group Dexia has announced it will no longer finance Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territ ...
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53 45 N. Halitz, a town of Poland, capital aF a territ. ory of the fame name, in Red Ruffia, with a caitle.
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