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There is amongst us a female character, not uncommon, which we denominate the outrageously virtuous.
It is true that the specimen he rather proudly exhibits does not much differ from what we denominate nonsense verses.
Moreover, there must be something solemn, serious, and tender about any attitude which we denominate Religion.
Is fundator erat cuiusdam urbis a seipso denominate, que lingua Anglicana Warwic, id est curia Warmundi, nuncupatur.
BEOWULFR. W. CHAMBERS
It was not unlike what housewives at home denominate 'collar,' he thought, cutting in compact slices of interwoven fat and lean.
CEDAR CREEKELIZABETH HELY WALSHE
In the progress of language, these words would be contracted into on, which we denominate a preposition.
Now you will perhaps permit me to denominate these three groups of patterns that occur in our new home fabrics as modern patterns.
Of this new world it was therefore necessary to denominate the principal objects.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME VI (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
Therefore both sides may denominate natural causation x—an unknown quantity.
THOUGHTS ON RELIGIONGEORGE JOHN ROMANES
Heredity thus becomes a convenient name by which to denominate the insolvable.
A PLEA FOR THE CRIMINALJAMES LESLIE ALLAN KAYLL

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