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Quod ipsum in ducendis lineis Directorii fecimus et peritis cumulate satisfactum confidimus.
TERRESTRIAL AND CELESTIAL GLOBES VOL IIEDWARD LUTHER STEVENSON
Oh, it was in the agreement that the intrest should stay and cumulate, he called it.
FIGHTING THE SEAEDWARD A. RAND
Sir Charles labored only to heap up the evidences of evolution; to cumulate them till the mass became irresistible.
THE EDUCATION OF HENRY ADAMSHENRY ADAMS
And the "Christian" Government, this "Christian" society wonders that rudeness, immorality and crime cumulate.
WOMAN UNDER SOCIALISMAUGUST BEBEL
When electors are allowed to cumulate on individual candidates, the favourites of sections within the party will be elected.
PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION APPLIED TO PARTY GOVERNMENTT. R. ASHWORTH AND H. P. C. ASHWORTH
When Ah starts makin' up de berths you kin sweep out de cah an' 'cumulate de sheets an' pillow cases.
LADY LUCKHUGH WILEY
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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