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It therefore designates the act by which one enters into an agreement or a covenant with another.THE ORDINANCE OF COVENANTINGJOHN CUNNINGHAM
The sons of Count Porro are more than once alluded to by their friend and tutor, as the author designates himself.MY TEN YEARS' IMPRISONMENTSILVIO PELLICO
Guide center designates the left guide of the center company, as explained in 3d Sec.MANUAL OF MILITARY TRAININGJAMES A. MOSS
The sovereign is over the "realm;" a word which obviously designates the persons ruled.NOTES AND QUERIES, VOL. IV, NUMBER 98, SEPTEMBER 13, 1851VARIOUS
The negro's name was "Dred Scott," which name now designates the decision finally rendered in the case.SPEECHES AND LETTERS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 1832-1865ABRAHAM LINCOLN
As fourth personage, the writer designates himself, the promoter of the scheme, the indispensable link between the two nations.THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDSERSKINE CHILDERS
But its correct and distinctive name seems to be that by which Rutherford always designates it, the mery or mairy.JOHN RUTHERFORD, THE WHITE CHIEFGEORGE LILLIE CRAIK
It now designates any place abounding in gold, or offering opportunities for the acquisition of sudden wealth.THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIAVARIOUS
He designates the banks in which funds of all institutions shall be deposited.A CENTURY IN THE COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, STATE OF NEW YORK, 1797 TO 1897JAMES A. ROBERTS
I should have observed, that Sydney designates himself all through his poems by the name of Astrophel.THE ROMANCE OF BIOGRAPHY (VOL 1 OF 2)ANNA JAMESON


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