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Geri and Freki the war-wont sates, the triumphant sire of hosts; but on wine only the famed in arms, Odin, ever lives.
THE ELDER EDDAS OF SAEMUND SIGFUSSON; AND THE YOUNGER EDDAS OF SNORRE STURLESONSAEMUND SIGFUSSON AND SNORRE STURLESON
When we were gone, the ould people had more room, and they moved about on the sates we had left them.
THE NED M'KEOWN STORIESWILLIAM CARLETON
It has been but a few years, since this manufacture was commenced in the United Sates.
POPULAR TECHNOLOGY; VOLUME 2EDWARD HAZEN
Of the two leading anæsthetics, ether is more generally used in the United Sates and chloroform in Europe.
THE PROGRESS OF INVENTION IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY.EDWARD W. BYRN
Henceforth Egyptian civilization runs an uninspired and undeveloping course till the days of the Sates and the Ptolemies.
HISTORY OF EGYPT, CHALDA, SYRIA, BABYLONIA, AND ASSYRIA IN THE LIGHT OF RECENT DISCOVERYL.W. KING AND H.R. HALL
A perfect day in April far excels a perfect day in June, because it provokes and stimulates while the latter sates and cloys.