from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of trice.
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*Tayks a mint an trise tu tern it intu an ower* Culd yoos moar tiem in mai dais!
Biznes is fine an ile see no harm cums to u Enny big feler that trise to cum it over u wil hafter setle it fust with Perfessor Dick Tipton So no more at present
Biznes is fine an ile see no harm cums to u Enny big feler that trise to cum it over u wil hafter setle it fust with
It is a light matter to speak of patience, but a great matter to fulfil it Our most I patient Champion himself, who knew that he should trise again the third day, and redeem frouj damnation iall his elect, was troubled in spirit.
And I entertain a full confi - dence that it will, in all, give way to motives which arise out of a just sense of duty, and a virtuous regard to public welfore. if there are any circumstances in the law which, con - sistently with its main design, may be so varied as to remove any well-intentioned Objections that may hap - pen to exist, it will oonsiit with a trise moderation to make the proper variations.
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