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If the capital letter S were cut into two parts, and the bottom half attached to the top half, it would make a nought .
ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
It was a curious chapter of accidents that brought all these well laid plans to nought.
Fortune had favoured me far above my expectations, and I saw nought before me but a career of distinction under my new master.
CONFESSIONS OF A THUGPHILIP MEADOWS TAYLOR
Between the two on the hills is the great camp which any force can hold, but nought but a great one can storm.
A PRINCE OF CORNWALLCHARLES W. WHISTLER
After that the men of Gerent who were with them at the camp cared nought for their strange leader.
A PRINCE OF CORNWALLCHARLES W. WHISTLER
They were in the chests in the fore cabin where I had once been bound, and Nona knew nought of possible trouble on hand.
A PRINCE OF CORNWALLCHARLES W. WHISTLER
As for me, the scene of my own love-story is laid in America and England, and has nought to do with Edinburgh.
This decision, which set at nought the rights of electors, was the inevitable outcome of the vote of expulsion.
In Scotland the climate certainly has nought to do with it, but the imagination is somehow made captive.
Glass Windows In eleven-eight-nought first came to pass The novelty of window glass.

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