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It appears to have been the custom at Ipswich in 1291 for traders not to make writings or tallies if two witnesses were in attendance to prove that the undertaking was to pay on a near day _ou freschement sur le ungle_.
Police said Preecha Saesong, 5, and his ungle, Meng Saesong, 35, were washed away by flash floods in Pang Pei village of Tambon Sanien in Muang district.
Secondly, Since all (except proper) names are gene - ral, and fo ftand not particularly for this or that ungle thing, but for forts and ranks of things; it will be ne* - cefTary to confider, in the next place, what the forts and kinds, or, if you rather like the Latin names, what the fpecies and genera of things are; wherein they confift, and how they come to be made.
Any other procedure advocated by those with an axe to grind ungle, "he told the parliament which is likely to pass the bill on the adoption of the new constitution during this session.
They live among each other, and if I lose money, I have my cousin -- my ungle going to help me. "