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Having accomplished his task within three months Datto Mandi withdrew with all his men, except two who wished to settle at Pardo.
As night began to settle down over the land, the Queen Elizabeth seemed to feel the time had come to give full vent to her wrath.
And we will also settle and assure the particular rights and interests of every planter and adventurer.
In fact, one evening, his wife and children deserted him entirely and went to settle elsewhere, thinking it was all over with him.
Many people when presented with the argument above, would settle it at once with the word "socialism."
So here it is: In 1608 the English began to settle at one of the mouths of this Kinibqui river, as we have said before.
An' if any of yo' uns insinuates I am afraid, yo' uns will have to settle with Josh Hicks, an' that mighty quick.
The result of this stock-taking shows that eleven volumes were unaccounted-for, a list of which is appended.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF LIBRARIAN FOR THE YEAR 1924-25GENERAL ASSEMBLY LIBRARY (NEW ZEALAND)
At this stock-taking the number unaccounted-for is twenty-two, several of which are quite recent accessions to the Library.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF LIBRARIAN FOR THE YEAR 1924-25GENERAL ASSEMBLY LIBRARY (NEW ZEALAND)
Edna's desire to see Mademoiselle Reisz had increased tenfold since these unlooked-for obstacles had arisen to thwart it.

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION