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We, the undersigned members of the Society of Friends, beg leave to represent to thee, that we were lately drafted in the 3d Dist.
THE RECORD OF A QUAKER CONSCIENCE, CYRUS PRINGLE'S DIARYCYRUS PRINGLE
Unjaundiced, un-jn′dist, adj. not jaundiced, not affected by jealousy.
CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 4 OF 4: S-Z AND SUPPLEMENTS)VARIOUS
This should be compared with Wace's description of Gawain, "plus volt faire que il ne dist, Et plus doner qu'il ne promist."
GUINGAMOR, LANVAL, TYOLET, BISCLAVERETMARIE DE FRANCE
"It is indeed, Atty;" and yet she said so; with a doubting, if not an apprehensive heart.
PHELIM O'TOOLE'S COURTSHIP AND OTHER STORIESWILLIAM CARLETON
Seigneurs et Sires, ces paroles qe j'ay dist sont tant à due en Franceys, vostre Roi vient à toy.
A LITERARY HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLEJEAN JULES JUSSERAND
He spent $1000, and it was arranged in State committee that I was to go to the 8th dist.
LETTERS AND LITERARY MEMORIALS OF SAMUEL J. TILDEN, V. 1SAMUEL J. TILDEN
Et luy dist ladite vieillesse q̱̄ ledit chat estoit le diable.'
THE WITCH-CULT IN WESTERN EUROPEMARGARET ALICE MURRAY
Lors nous dist uns preudom prestres que on appeloit doyen de Malrut, ear il n'ot onques persecucïon en paroisse.
A SHORT HISTORY OF FRENCH LITERATUREGEORGE SAINTSBURY
Oui dist le Roy Charles ma volonté est telle, si vers moy veux avoir paix.
THE ART OF NEEDLE-WORK, FROM THE EARLIEST AGES, 3RD ED.ELIZABETH STONE
Bekase, you know, he'd go to heaven, and I'd like to be wid him; sure he'd miss me—his own Atty—wherever he'd be.
PHELIM O'TOOLE'S COURTSHIP AND OTHER STORIESWILLIAM CARLETON

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