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This crayon "enlargement" presented John with very black skin and spotless white hair.THE SOLDIER OF THE VALLEYNELSON LLOYD
It was an enlargement of the previous charter, making the colony independent of any other province.THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
The enlargement or persistence of the thymus can be better recognised, and doctors now seldom fail to notice it.ESSAYS IN PASTORAL MEDICINEAUSTIN MALLEY
A similar enlargement of the sphere of the Poor Law institution has, of late years, been going on in other than infectious cases.ENGLISH POOR LAW POLICYSIDNEY WEBB
A revival of trade, rapid increase of population and enlargement of the boundaries of the city followed.ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 4, PART 3VARIOUS
In the first of the following quotations, Cardinal Newman is showing that simply to acquire is not true mental enlargement.ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
As the existence of O has been proved, it is more natural to assume that the enlargement had already been inserted there.THE SUPPOSED AUTOGRAPHA OF JOHN THE SCOTEDWARD KENNARD RAND
What enlargement will be required in number of persons employed must be left to the future.SOCIAL COMPTABILISM, CHEQUE AND CLEARING SERVICE & PROPOSED LAWERNEST SOLVAY
This enlarged place of worship has again become too small, and its further enlargement is a pressing problem.SILVER CHIMES IN SYRIAW. S. NELSON
The pastor of the church began to work earnestly for a reconstruction of the roof, with an enlargement of the audience room.SILVER CHIMES IN SYRIAW. S. NELSON

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