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  • Aries
  • After the atrocious murder of balboa, who had married donna isabella the daughter of aries, moreno had been sent over by the court of royal audience, and persuaded hernandez, who was now comfortably settled, to throw off his dependence upon pedro aries, and to establish a distinct government immediately under the royal authority.

  • Arenas
  • The saving varies from 8,415 miles at panama to about 1,004 miles at punta arenas, the strange little town on the straits of magellan.

  • Errs
  • The weak receding, or the sharply-pointed chin of the over-feminised type-both early-victorian and modern-errs in the other direction.

  • Counter-Balances
  • The weight of the water between a and b counter-balances that between b and c. but the column c d hangs, as it were, to the heels of b c, and draws it down.

  • Areas
  • Unfortunately, this meant new areas for the expansion of the plantation economy and slavery.

  • Arrays
  • The earth arrays herself in such gorgeous costumes so pleasing to man's sight that few there are who want to leave her to try another.

  • Auras
  • The afflicted-in other words, the bewitched ones-may have actually perceived,-they no doubt often did,-and also knew, that the annoyances and tortures they endured were augmented, if not generated, by emanations proceeding forth from the particular persons whom they named as being their afflicters; and these afflicters may have been all unconscious that their own auras were going forth and acting upon the sufferers.

  • Ares
  • Mars, the roman god of war, the reputed father of romulus, and the recognised protector of the roman state, identified at length with the greek ares.

  • Ears
  • Uncommonly sharp ears he has, sir."

  • Arras
  • He refused to accept it because "it was no addition to his dignity, as he was already cardinal and bishop of arras," but in this statement he committed an important anachronism.

  • Eras
  • If there is to be any attempt to cram the old order of things down the people's throats; if, under cloak of all this present talk of winning the war, of new eras and of patriotism, profiteers should scheme and plan fresh campaigns-then will there be such a wrathful rising of the people as will sweep everything before it.

  • Arias
  • The council decreed that a copy of the denunciations should be given to him; arias replied to and refuted the charges, insinuating that this attack was a plot of the jesuits.

  • Arrears
  • 1 11. 0. in arrears at the date of the sale.

  • Counter-Balanced
  • The lottery, it is true, yielded a considerable revenue each year for the government, but general menocal regarded this as far more than counter-balanced by the social and moral evil which it wrought, and by the reproach which it brought upon the good name of the republic.

  • Area
  • Said to produce a greater weight on a given area than other market, it is considered equal, if not superior, to the walcheren."

  • Rears
  • The palm-trees wave above marrakesh, turtle-backed mosques and tall towers rise among the gardens and gleam in the sun, but above and beyond every other feature of the far-away fantastic southern capital one watch-tower rises over everything and rears itself into the sky-the kutobea, built, according to tradition, by fabir for the sultan el mansur.

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