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- n. The bindings of a hedge.
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Mad urith incellous fires, ingenious Smith: % jo Oxonia'f fons!
He usurped oar sovereignty by declaring us in a state of war urith England long before we thought of it.
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'W4 looked at Rorie More's horn, which is a largii CDw*s horn, with, the mouth of it ornamented urith filver curioufly carved.
Thus was that great oiEcer obliged to continue ina£live, and fee, urith the utmoft regret, one of the ftrongeft cities in the Eaft reduced, and fo many brave men fall unrevengcd.
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