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Correct spelling for DIESNT
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Possible correct spellings for diesnt
- Disinter(Definition of disinter)
- Disunity(Definition of disunity)
- Dent(Definition of dent)
- Dint(Definition of dint)
- Distant(Definition of distant)
- Sent(Definition of sent)
- Docent(Definition of Docent)
- Decent(Definition of decent)
- Dissenter(Definition of dissenter)
- Deist(Definition of deist)
- Descant(Definition of descant)
- Descent(Definition of descent)
- Dissent(Definition of dissent)
- Disunite(Definition of disunite)
"i didn't," replied thorne.
Then, in any case, what more natural than to disinter the body of a supposed visitant, to know why he is unquiet in the grave?
Thirdly, the war lords gave physical embodiment to the ideological and social disunity of china, inviting the constant intervention of the western powers and of japan in chinese affairs.
Do 1. benito valdes davao 4th dist.
They were your first soldiers-i have left them to dent.
Numerous lady patronesses, chosen from all the "worlds" of paris-the baroness duvillard, the countess de quinsac, the princess rosemonde de harn, and a score of others-were entrusted with the task of keeping the enterprise alive by dint of collections and fancy bazaars.
The wind had not fallen; a murmur of very distant thunder came with it from the west.
"and we was tryin' to bring her up decent," says she.
Even men who have no religious predilections would scorn the name of dissenter.
P. a river in scotland dee c. an animal deer s. one who does not believe in inspiration deist
But i, that am not shap'd for sportive tricks, nor made to court an amorous looking-glass; i, that am rudely stamp'd, and want love's majesty to strut before a wanton ambling nymph; i, that am curtail'd of this fair proportion, cheated of feature by dissembling nature, deform'd, unfinish'd, sent before my time into this breathing world, scarce half made up, and that so lamely and unfashionable that dogs bark at me as i halt by them; why, i, in this weak piping time of peace, have no delight to pass away the time, unless to see my shadow in the sun and descant on mine own deformity.
At dawn on the 12th we continued our descent, crossed the bechelo, and ascended to the opposite plateau of watat, where we arrived at eleven a.m. there we made a slight halt and partook of a frugal breakfast, sent by the chief of magdala to bitwaddad tadla, who kindly shared it with us.
The order of st. dominic is the only one that dissents from the opinions of the orders.
Wycliffism as an influence rapidly declined with the death of wyclif himself, as it hardly could but decline, considering the absence from his teaching of any tangible system of church government; and lollardry came to be the popular name, or nickname, for any and every form of dissent from the existing system.
Now one of the causes which lead them to suppose that they can rule by mere force, is this very circumstance of their people having these fortresses on their backs so that the conduct which breeds hatred is itself mainly occasioned by these princes or republics being possessed of fortresses, which, if this be true, are really far more hurtful than useful first, because, as has been said already, they render a ruler bolder and more violent in his bearing towards his subjects, and, next, because they do not in reality afford him that security which he believes them to give for all those methods of violence and coercion which may be used to keep a people under, resolve themselves into two; since either like the romans you must always have it in your power to bring a strong army into the field, or else you must dissipate, destroy, and disunite the subject people, and so divide and scatter them that they can never again combine to injure you for should you merely strip them of their wealth, spoliatis arma supersunt, arms still remain to them, or if you deprive them of their weapons, furor arma ministrat, rage will supply them, if you put their chiefs to death and continue to maltreat the rest, heads will renew themselves like those hydra; while, if you build fortresses, these may serve in time of peace to make you bolder in outraging your subjects, but in time of war they will prove wholly useless, since they will be attacked at once by foes both foreign and domestic, whom together it will be impossible for you to resist.