Correct spelling for ACURING
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Possible correct spellings for acuring
A very pleasant evening's entertainment, which i had to abandon not quite completed to catch the midnight train to oxford; for i was interested in a debate in convocation next day, on the perennial problem of how and where to house the ever-increasing thousands of books accruing to the bodleian library.
Auguring all sorts of dismal things from this, he moped gloomily back to the kitchen.
Nor had he been successful in acquiring any of the premises on the first floor.
John tells me to stop adjuring the jockey, that he will never hear me.
"'the abolition of airing-courts.
I never cared so much for a little thing in my life as her leaving me and not caring to kiss me.
With such money-making devices and sharp practices, and many others of a similar nature, the mendicant orders, united in an avaricious and arrogant confederacy, enjoying the protection of the pope, and the confidence and homage of christendom, and released from all secular and ecclesiastical jurisdiction, seemed, while abjuring the possession of property as a crime, and professing poverty as a virtue, to be rapidly monopolizing the wealth of the world-the domains of princes, the traffic of merchants, and the political power of governments.