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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Judged from this point of view only, the elasticity provided by the new law is doubtless adequate.
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He replied that he had no objections, provided she did not encumber the carriage with bandboxes, which were his utter abhorrence.
The governor of the fortress was provided with a safe residence in Egypt, and an annual pension of 75,000 piasters.
It is true that the parents so provided think more of the twenty-five francs than they do of the foundling.
There are two forms of elasticity, one of quantity and the other of quality, both provided for in the act.
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They were provided with sails and twelve oars each, and a falconet, or small brass cannon.
Will your Majesty be pleased to have provided what is most suitable for the service of God and your own.
Germany, with characteristic system and detail, provided different kinds of banks to deal with different phases of the situation.
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But Mill might have said the same thing about the price of a music box, provided it was properly patented, anywhere at all.
As there were no telegraph lines, another way had to be provided by which messages might be quickly sent.

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