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  • Current(Definition of current)
  • The first of these is the shallowness of the river at its mouth, and the extreme rapidity of the current.

  • Coherent(Definition of coherent)
  • If light and spongy, and easily dried, it may be used alone with advantage on loamy soils, whereas if dense, and coherent, it would most likely be a poor amendment on a soil which has much tendency to become compact, and therefore does not readily free itself from excess of water.

  • Recurrent(Definition of recurrent)
  • Grant(Definition of grant)
  • "i grant that the luck has been against you in this matter.

  • Currently(Definition of currently)
  • The substitution of darwin for paley as the chief interpreter of the order of nature is currently regarded as the displacement of an anthropomorphic view by a purely scientific one: a little reflection, however, will show that what has actually happened has been merely the replacement of the anthropomorphism of the eighteenth century by that of the nineteenth.

  • Currents
  • The climate of japan, as might be expected from its great stretch from north to south, and the varied circumstances of ocean currents, winds, and mountains, is very different in the different parts.

  • Caret(Definition of caret)
  • Petrum de tholosa vicarium tholose et capitularios tholose diligenter et legitime tam per nos quam per alios admonuimus ut dictos hereticos caperent et de dictis hereticis facerent quod est de hereticis faciendum; cumi gitur vicarius et capitularii, neglectis et contemptis omnibus supradictis admonitionibus a nobisfactis, non solum non ceperunt eos nec de terra eos fugaverunt, vel eorum bona occupaverunt ut tenentur, sed etiam in periculum animarum suarum et in prejudicium fidei, pacis et ecclesie r. rogerii et alamannum de roaxio predictos hereticos condemnatos tolerant et sustinent in stratis publicis circa tholosam et aliis locis eotum jurisdictioni subditis, capere viros religiosos et clericos ac eorum bonis propriis spoliare et ad redemptionem compellere, et vulnerare et injuriis eos afficere, necnon et viros catholicos cum clericis commorantes occidere mutilare et alia mala ceclesiis et ecclesiasticis viris inferre, maxime cum nos dicti inquisitores publice excommunicaverimus omnem hominem tam virum quam mulierem tanquam fautorem et deffensorem hereticorum qui eis consilium vel auxilium aliquod eis occulte vel manifeste prestaret, et vicarius et capitularii supradicti contra prohibitionem nostram temere supradictos hereticos in supradictis malitiis fovent nequiter et sustentant; et cum insuper ipsi sacramento et constitutionibus ecclesie teneantur hereticos ubique capere et totam terram eorum jurisdictioni subjectam a pravitate heretica extirpare, non attendentes quod scriptura dicit, non est grandis differentia utrum letum admittas vel differas quoniam mortem languentibus probatur infligere qui hanc, cum possit, non excludit et alibi dicatur canone, quod error cui non resistitur probatur, et negligere cum possit arguere perversos nihil aliud est quam fovere, nec caret scrupulo societatis occulte qui manifesto facinori distulit obviare, maxime cum vicarius et capitularii supradicti alia vice tanquam fautores et deffensores hereticorum fuerint excommunicati, predictos vicarium et capitularios, habito diligenti consilio et tractatu, assidentibus nobis venerabili patre r. dei gratia episcopo tholosano et b. abbate mansi sub verduno, et p. preposito sancti stephani, et p. priore ecclesie beate marie desurate, tanquam fautores et sustentatores hereticorum auctoritate qua fungimur excommunicationis vinculo innodamus.

  • Creed(Definition of creed)
  • The athanasian creed is making a pretty hubbub.

  • Greet(Definition of greet)
  • As barebone turned away to speak to the marquis and others, who were pressing forward to greet him, it became apparent that that mantle of imperturbability, which millions made in trade can never buy, had fallen upon his shoulders, too.

  • Crescent(Definition of crescent)
  • 42.-mercury as a crescent.

  • Crept(Definition of Crept)
  • We crept on again, stealthily.

  • Cornet(Definition of cornet)
  • The party had by chance halted on an eminence that commanded a good view for miles on each side, but the field-cornet had not glanced half around the circle, when an object came before his eyes that brought gladness to his heart.

  • Craned
  • Johnny craned his neck, but he could not see the plane in the patch of sky visible from the yard.

  • Laurent
  • Greene(Definition of greene)
  • Greene on the 7th of february.

  • Trent
  • Careens
  • Away again through the downs, across the high rolling seas, making for the shore, but their troubles are not yet at an end; a blast of wind, fiercer than its fellows, strikes the sail, the boat careens over; at that moment a huge wave leaps on the boat, strikes it with such force and so high, that it fills the sail with water and drives the boat bodily over, and the second time she is capsized, and the men, before they have recovered from the exhaustion caused by their former struggle, are the second time plunged into the sea, to find themselves battling for their lives with the waves.

  • Regent(Definition of regent)
  • Weren't
  • Coronet(Definition of coronet)
  • At bottesford they have blue coats and blue "beef-eater" hats, and a silver badge on the left arm bearing the arms of the rutland family-a peacock in its pride, surmounted by a coronet and surrounded by a garter.

  • Brent(Definition of brent)
  • "just so," said brent.

  • Careened
  • As she came close to land a single figure appeared on the quarter, pointing seaward with a cutlass; then suddenly her main-top fell, her masts toppled from their holdings, the dismantled hulk careened and went down.

  • Cured(Definition of cured)
  • Naaman was a great man, and beloved by all, but he had a disease that could never be cured.

  • Currant(Definition of currant)
  • The cows jumped wildly over the five-barred barton-gate, maddened by the gad-fly; dairyman crick kept his shirt-sleeves permanently rolled up from monday to saturday; open windows had no effect in ventilation without open doors, and in the dairy-garden the blackbirds and thrushes crept about under the currant-bushes, rather in the manner of quadrupeds than of winged creatures.

  • Cruet(Definition of cruet)
  • On a bracket stood an evil-smelling oil-lamp turned down low. beside it a brass tray contained the basin of consomme and a dingy little metal cruet.

  • Currants
  • The juice of black currants is so very thick, that it requires less sugar and less boiling than any other jelly.

  • Rent(Definition of rent)
  • Curing(Definition of curing)
  • But they were not sure of getting even a single antelope, and therefore decided upon "curing" the elephant.

  • Green(Definition of green)
  • The lances glint green from the creepers.

  • Aren't
  • My children, then thank the lord you aren't either of you old maids.

  • Careen(Definition of careen)
  • As the cloud arose and the fierce gusts of wind began to ruffle the waters of the bay, causing the sweepstakes to careen wildly under her heavy canvas, captain newcombe felt his courage gradually oozing out at the ends of his fingers.

  • Grunt(Definition of grunt)
  • Klitz simply gave a grunt of acquiescence.

  • Head-Sets
  • Greened
  • Lichen and moss the lone stones greened, green paths led lightly to its door, keen from her lair the spider leaned, and dusk to darkness wore.

  • Creon
  • Stay: 'tis creon, lord of corinth, makes his way hither, and bears, methinks, some word of weight.

  • Crest(Definition of crest)
  • Lyon formed a line of battle about 300 yards from the crest, with totten's battery in the rear and nine companies of boernstein's regiment on the right, under the command of lieut.

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