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The electrical car with which the comparison is made has a dynamo weighing 13 cwt., and the tare of the car is 52 cwt.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT, VOL. XV., NO. 388, JUNE 9, 1883VARIOUS
And there came forth two she-bears out of the wood, and tare forty and two children of them (2 Kings ii, 23, 24).
THE BIBLEJOHN E. REMSBURG
Gray sat up, and the scene had its influence on his mind, which was not yet as a garden utterly laid waste and tare-sown.
JASPER LYLEHARRIET WARD
She lifted her hand to this to tare it from its hook, but he prevented her.
AARON TROWANTHONY TROLLOPE
Do not tare to stop t'e brod'er who is apout to safe his sister's da'ghter from pecoming a squatter's wife.
THE CHAINBEARERJ. FENIMORE COOPER
I guess if Elder Sniffles had heerd her rave and tare as I did, he would think her piety warn't very deep.
LETTERS OF MAJOR JACK DOWNING, OF THE DOWNINGVILLE MILITIASEBA SMITH
The dragons of the prime that tare each other in their slime have yielded place to eighty-ton guns and armour-plated turret-ships.
FALLING IN LOVEGRANT ALLEN
Back in dem days folks wore tare (tar) sacks 'round deir necks and rubbed turpentine under deir noses.
SLAVE NARRATIVES: A FOLK HISTORY OF SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATESWORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION
He exhorts his friend to labour cheerfully in the vineyard and to leave not a tare in Mamhead.
JAMES BOSWELLWILLIAM KEITH LEASK
And I knew that they tare and slew each other, for I heard the fierce flapping of their wings.
MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF ALL NATIONSVARIOUS

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