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  • Excision(Definition of excision)
  • Similar, perhaps, to the cause of an excision of part of the little finger of the left hand in the women, and of a front tooth in the men;* or probably after all our conjectures, superstitious ceremonies by which they hope either to avert evil or to propagate good, are intended.

  • Execution(Definition of execution)
  • Yet, whether you meant it or not, you are right, and the execution stands postponed until the nineteenth.

    all I know is I need a solution 'cause I'm dying I'm dying it's a slow execution

    – Eureka by jens lekman
  • Exertion(Definition of exertion)
  • 21. thus the steady firmness of moral force and the strong effect of determination, acting deliberately, awed the most savage men, and suppressed a scene of carnage, which would have instantly followed the least precipitancy or exertion of physical force.

  • Exhaustion(Definition of exhaustion)
  • She nodded, speechless at last and almost breathless from exhaustion.

  • Exhumation(Definition of exhumation)
  • Among the many protests against the act of exhumation, i select that of capel lofft, as representative of the rest.

  • Exaction(Definition of exaction)
  • Barras, who well knew that buonaparte would never forgive him for having boasted that the conqueror of italy and egypt owed everything to his early favour, and whose infamous personal conduct in the articles of bribery and exaction made him tremble at the thought of impeachment, resigned his office: so did his colleagues, gohier and moulins.

  • Extortion(Definition of extortion)
  • The frankness however with which, in reply to the charges so profusely brought against him of having grown rich by extortion, treason, and corruption, of having gorged himself with plunder at home and bribery from the enemy, of being the great pensioner of europe and the marshal d'ancre of the netherlands-he alluded to the exact condition of his private affairs and the growth and sources of his revenue, giving, as it were, a kind of schedule of his property, has in it something half humorous, half touching in its simplicity.

  • Exhibition(Definition of exhibition)
  • We went to lunch and put on another exhibition of free-hand feeding, getting more grumpy and disgusted every minute.

  • Exhalation(Definition of exhalation)
  • It comes as sweet deliverance from the tedium of indoor isolation and brings exhilaration, now with a swift glide to the right, now with a deft swerve to the left, now with a deep breath of healthy air, now with a long exhalation of ozone, which the lungs, like greedy misers, have cast aside after draining it of its treasure.

  • Exudation(Definition of exudation)
  • In the chronic varieties of inflammation, where the exudation is but scanty, and its accumulation extended over a long period of time, there may be no pain during the entire course of the inflammation.

  • Expiation(Definition of expiation)
  • I see a beautiful city and a brilliant people rising from this abyss, and, in their struggles to be truly free, in their triumphs and defeats, through long years to come, i see the evil of this time and of the previous time of which this is the natural birth, gradually making expiation for itself and wearing out.

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