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He further proposes to use it in the form of a solid cardboard as a roofing material for light structures.
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES
Koch proposes to omit maner, and read—'No counseyl, but at hir loke.'
CHAUCER'S WORKS, VOLUME 1 (OF 7) -- ROMAUNT OF THE ROSE; MINOR POEMSGEOFFREY CHAUCER
All religion is visibly founded upon the principle that "God proposes and man disposes."
SUPERSTITION IN ALL AGES (1732)JEAN MESLIER
She has commissioned me to write the poem, and she graciously proposes to allow you to perform it with your puppets.
FIFTY CONTEMPORARY ONE-ACT PLAYSVARIOUS
Young lady proposes to tell me my fortune for a penny, with a revolving card.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 93, SEPTEMBER 24, 1887VARIOUS
I have not heard if the Saddler's Company proposes to send me any coffee, but I expect to hear in due course.
LETTERS OF LT.-COL. GEORGE BRENTON LAURIEGEORGE BRENTON LAURIE
The following study proposes to deal with this attack on religion that preceded and helped to prepare the French Revolution.
BARON D'HOLBACHMAX PEARSON CUSHING
In giving me this news, Stopford proposes to make a second attack this afternoon with the same Division.
GALLIPOLI DIARY, VOLUME 2IAN HAMILTON
The private soldier proposes, and the officer opposes—that is, as a general thing.
A RAW RECRUIT'S WAR EXPERIENCESANSEL D. NICKERSON
No one doubts that Tidology (as Dr. Whewell proposes to call it) is really a science.
A SYSTEM OF LOGIC: RATIOCINATIVE AND INDUCTIVEJOHN STUART MILL

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