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Pater Biardus adiit ad afflictum puelli parentem, rogauitque an ipso volente moribundum infantem Baptismo esset lustraturus.
They thought of them most in their lay capacity of de facto Government agents all over the Islands.
We dismiss it without further comment—and with it Colonization in toto—and Mr. Birney de facto.
Mrs. Bays and her husband had driven to town, and there was no need for ex post facto resolutions.
They say the Taupou had a gun and fired; probably an excuse manufactured ex post facto.
We are inclined to turn from them to the intellectual monarchs de facto.
HUMANLY SPEAKINGSAMUEL MCCHORD CROTHERS
The emperor de facto might be viewed under two aspects; there was the man, and there was the office.
Whatever issues from him is ipso facto, as a product which is not God, affected with duality.
Mrs. Morton did not object to a nephew de facto, she only objected to a nephew in forma pauperis.
NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
A soul acquiring true ideas, they say, becomes ipso facto immortal.

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