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The authorization borne by him was very extraordinary and had a great excess of the ordinary warrants.
Diacetic acid may be present, and usually warrants an unfavorable prognosis.
In this country an unexplained marked eosinophilia warrants examination of a portion of muscle for Trichina spiralis (p. 255).
It contains no warrants to do anything and therefore differs from a deed of warranty.
More briefly the seller warrants the title to the property which is the subject of sale.
Where evidence warrants it corpses are subjected to microscopic and meticulous search to locate a hypodermic puncture.
A strong effort was made to induce the commons to declare that general warrants were illegal.
In the first of these suits Pratt, setting aside evil precedents, declared general warrants to be illegal.
The new lord mayor, Trecothick, one of the violent party in the city, refused to sign the press-warrants.
And that warrants you in sending me to tilt against this foolish heir-presumptive windmill.

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