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I frankly confess that from thenceforward I considered the second Moiety of the Reward as lost for ever.
REMARKS ON A PAMPHLET LATELY PUBLISHED BY THE REV. MR. MASKELYNE,JOHN HARRISON
He paid the second moiety of the 2,000 on the 28th of July; on the same day the election committee was ballotted.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND IN THREE VOLUMES, VOL.III.E. FARR AND E. H. NOLAN
You can take up half of what are on the bed out yonder, and you may carry them away with you, leaving a moiety to us.
ADRIFT ON THE PACIFICEDWARD S. ELLIS
The altered tone of the miller's moiety corresponded very much with this supposition.
PEVERIL OF THE PEAKSIR WALTER SCOTT
In his extremity, he was rescued by La Cosa who had kept in hand a moiety of the shore party.
SOUTH AMERICAN FIGHTS AND FIGHTERSCYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY
The first moiety indeed of these ten ages is almost absolutely barren, and presents little but a catalogue of evils.
VIEW OF THE STATE OF EUROPE DURING THE MIDDLE AGES, VOL. 3 (OF 3)HENRY HALLAM
One moiety of it is taken up by a square fabric twelve yards high, built for a charnel-house.
EARLY TRAVELS IN PALESTINEARCULF ET AL.
The veriest moiety of the wisdom of God transcends the accumulated knowledge of men in its entirety.
THE VITALITY OF MORMONISM--BRIEF ESSAYSJAMES E. TALMAGE
But to turn now to the second moiety of the period above named—that extending from 1865 to 1885.
A BOOK OF BURLESQUEWILLAM DAVENPORT ADAMS
There is only 'in each local centre a great predominance of one moiety.'
SOCIAL ORIGINS AND PRIMAL LAWANDREW LANG

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