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Ors' Anton' has lived too much on the mainland to carry things through like a man of mettle.
COLUMBAPROSPER MERIMEE
Probe′-sciss′ors, scissors used to open wounds, the blade having a button at the end.
Catillon was carried early in the fighting, (p. 068) and later the British occupied Ors.
Find the three virtual centres Ors, Ort, Ost, which must be three points in a line.
Here was a great school, called a u-ni-ver´si-ty, and he wanted to see if any of the wise pro-fess-ors could help him.
Night′-terr′ors, the sudden starting from sleep of children in a state of fright.
He died here on the 4th of Ju-ly, 1831, and his name is one that the whole land loves and hon-ors.
He at once en-tered the jun-ior class at Har-vard Col-lege and grad-u-a-ted with next to the high-est hon-ors in 1787.
When, in 1801, Ad-ams came back home, it was to find new hon-ors wait-ing for him.
Muscles causing bones to bend are termed flex'ors; those causing them to straighten, ex ten'sors.
A HANDBOOK OF HEALTHWOODS HUTCHINSON

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propinquitynoun | [proh-ping-kwi-tee ]SEE DEFINITION
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