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Lhuyd, the Welsh antiquary, had already shown early in the eighteenth century the close co-relationship between all the Celtic tongues, but it remained to the Bavarian Zeuss to prove to the world beyond yea or nay in his
The mayor of every ward, on a question like the present, would call his ward together, take the simple yea or nay of its members, convey these to the county court, who would hand on those of all its wards to the proper general authority; and the voice of the whole people would be thus fairly, fully, and peaceably expressed, discussed, and decided by the common reason of the society.
“Anyways,” Jesse said, looking not at Joyful but at Finbar O’Toole, “It’s the captain who says yea or nay aboard ship.”
"Leonard Nims was the one who would say yea or nay to the lease application," she said to cover any sound she made.