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  • Abolish(Definition of abolish)
  • His cough, too, had become a very bad one; but he ardently wished to live, for as soon as that new monferrand ministry should have fallen beneath the interpellation which he already contemplated, his own turn would surely come: he would take the reins of power in hand, abolish the guillotine and decree justice and perfect felicity.

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  • Abolished
  • To make way for the "supremacy of the general will," they abolished the parlements, which had maintained the old laws, customs, and privileges of their several provinces, and had frequently interfered in purely political matters.

  • Abash(Definition of abash)
  • It is a religion itself, or, rather, forms part and parcel of that of christ; for its object is to stimulate virtue, abash vice, raise the humble, abase the proud, call forth the most splendid qualities of the soul, and pour love like a river over the earth till it fills every house, and leaves behind it a fertility like that which follows the inundations of the nile.

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  • Bullish(Definition of bullish)
  • Abolishes
  • Food, sleep, clothing, bathing, fresh air,-all these are vital also; whatever turns the flow and thrill of life into wholesome channels, abolishes indolence, stagnation, morbidity, and fosters abundance of bodily life,-such is the regimen of sex health.

  • Abolishing
  • But if the house of lords were made supreme over the house of commons in every instance, by abolishing the unlimited prerogative which alone keeps it in check, who could then be held responsible for abuse-and before whom?

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