inventories

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The inventories included also the furniture and properties of the sacristy.

The name appears not in inventories after the earliest years.

It is absurd to grumble at these Inventories of the Round Earth.

A loose-leaf book is preferred by some people for inventories and accounts.

Antient kalendars and inventories of the treasury of his majesty's Exchequer.

Fourteenth-century Inventories abound with references to ailettes.

The cleaning of armour is frequently alluded to in Inventories.

Inventories of Lancaster disclose woolen-wheels and wool cards.

Inventories were then taken, and search made for the Jesuits' money.

"He found a lot of Greek inventories of military stores," Penrose continued.