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  • Ceded
  • This transfer to spain was for some time kept secret; but orders were immediately sent to the officers commanding at the french posts within the territory ceded to england, to evacuate the country whenever british troops should appear to occupy it.

  • Ride(Definition of ride)
  • Cinder(Definition of cinder)
  • When half a dozen young people are gathered round a fire, catching hot nuts in outstretched hands, and promptly dropping them with shrieks of dismay, the last remnants of shyness must needs disappear; and rex was soon as uproarious as any other member of the family, complaining loudly when his "turn" was forgotten, and abusing the unfortunate bob for presenting him with a cinder instead of the expected dainty.

  • Cites
  • Fowler was ready with his answer: but let us take the case that lombroso cites of the beautiful woman spirit whose hand twice dashed the photographic plates from the grasp of those who wished to secure her picture.

  • Ciders
  • Sometimes a discussion on ciders and flax, always couched in the same terms, and returning at the same time of year, was continued on the homeward way. if any observer of human customs had lived in this street, he would have known the months and seasons by simply overhearing the conversations.

  • Gide
  • Sides
  • Cit(Definition of Cit)
  • 30. he mentions these in marco polo, op. cit., pp. 136, 138, 344.

  • Sade
  • Site(Definition of site)
  • Cite(Definition of cite)
  • We have all heard people cite the celebrated line of dryden as "great genius is to madness near allied."

  • Aide
  • Terence rode off and took his place with his fellow aide-de-camp behind the two other officers of the staff.

  • Cid(Definition of Cid)
  • Then the cid went into king abenalfange's country, and did much mischief there: and he got among the mountains of moriella, and beat down everything before him, and destroyed the castle of moriella.

  • Video(Definition of video)
  • Chide(Definition of chide)
  • Gertrude turned, laughed, patted the dark cheek of her attendant with fingers that looked like snow by the contrast, as if to chide her for wishing to destroy the pleasing illusion she would so gladly harbour and then bounded down the hill after her aunt and governess, like a joyous and youthful atalanta.

  • Tide(Definition of tide)
  • Civet(Definition of civet)
  • Iga babi, balinese pork ribs kopi luwak (luwak coffee), also called civet coffee or “poo coffee”.

  • Dido(Definition of dido)
  • O dido, your little sonne ascanius is gone!

  • Bide(Definition of bide)
  • They'll maybe be telling him to bide away.

  • Ceo
  • Colin hansen, member of the legislative assembly of british columbia for vancouver-quilchena derrick haro, candian diplomat (1953–1993) lydia hwitsun, former chief of cowichan tribes judi tyabji, member of the legislative assembly of british columbia for okanagan-east gary lunn, former federal minister, former member of parliament for saanich-gulf islands lorna marsden, former president of york university rabbie namaliu, prime minister of papua new guinea (1988-1992) adrian norfolk, ambassador of canada to qatar barry penner, former member of the legislative assembly of british columbia for chilliwack-hope and former president of the pacific northwest economic region (pnwer) andrew petter, canadian constitutional law scholar, former attorney-general of british columbia, and current president of simon fraser university carla qualtrough, member of parliament and federal minister tamara vrooman, former deputy minister of finance of british columbia and current vancity ceo alumni in the sciences robert campbell aitken, a fellow of the institute of electrical and electronics engineers trevor van damme, aegean archaeologist alumni in sports kirsten barnes, winner of two olympic gold medals in rowing in 1992 in barcelona ryan cochrane, 2008 olympic bronze medalist in men’s 1500m freestyle swimming, and 2012 olympic silver medalist in 1500m freestyle swimming stephanie dixon, swimmer, gold medalist in the paralympic games in athens (2004) and sydney (2000), and numerous medals in the pan american games kyle hamilton, gold medalist at the 2008 summer olympics in mens eights in rowing sarah kaufman, former strikeforce womens bantamweight championship holder, professional mixed martial artist, formerly with the ultimate fighting championship, current invicta fc bantamweight champion gareth rees, ceo for rugby canada and canadas all-time leading goal scorer in rugby ken shields, former head coach of the canadian national basketball team alison sydor, three-time world mountain bike champion and recipient of the velma springstead trophy as canadas top female athlete in 1995 and 1996 lauren woolstencroft, eight-time paralympics gold medalist in alpine skiing

  • Sided(Definition of Sided)
  • Idea(Definition of idea)
  • Cited
  • Throughout the morning people continued to stream in from the outlying places, men and women, for children were not cited, the former carrying no weapons but sticks only.

  • Code(Definition of code)
  • You've not discovered their wireless code, yet, have you?"

  • Cine
  • Later in 1975, blitz also started a film magazine, cine blitz, with, karanjias daughter rita mehta as its editor.

  • Fido
  • "maybe you can give us all berries the day before our temporary school opens," said fido norton.

  • City(Definition of city)
  • "i went back into town-garrison city.

  • Hide(Definition of hide)
  • Lido(Definition of lido)
  • Wide(Definition of wide)
  • Sid
  • Cede(Definition of cede)
  • The cession of maryland was made in november, 1788, and is as follows: "an act to cede to congress a district of ten miles square in this state for the seat of the government of the united states."

  • Side(Definition of side)
  • Cedes
  • Spain, as to american possessions, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 29, 30, 32, 33, 35, 36; cedes louisiana territory, 54, 65; claims in north pacific, 123; relation to colonies and to congress of verona, 124; attitude of great britain and united states as to her colonies, 125; the "monroe doctrine," 125-128; clay's attitude to spain's colonies, 135, 152, 153; trouble in the colonies, 147, 151-153; boundary disputes with france and united states, 290; treaty of 1819, 290; revolt of mexico, 291; claim to oregon, 311; the nootka convention, 311, 312; effect of war with great britain, 312; cedes louisiana to france, 312; cedes florida, 313; treaty of 1819, 318

  • Cider(Definition of cider)
  • A vessel of sixty tons was anchored at tadousac, laden with pease, biscuits and cider.

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