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  • Depiction(Definition of depiction)
  • Norfolk island three vertical bands of green (hoist side), white, and green with a large green norfolk island pine tree centered in the slightly wider white band; green stands for the rich vegetation on the island, and the pine tree - endemic to the island - is a symbol of norfolk island note: somewhat reminiscent of the flag of canada with its use of only two colors and depiction of a prominent local floral symbol in the central white band

  • Prediction(Definition of prediction)
  • The prediction of horatio walpole came true.

  • Production(Definition of production)
  • His pleasure is not in praise but production; the last makes him now and then a little feverish; the other, or its want, never.

  • Petition(Definition of petition)
  • The petition of this man having been admitted, he received a printed form which authorised him to appear before madame at her time of good works, for she had her regular hours for everything.

  • Addiction(Definition of addiction)
  • This is a most minute and interesting account of the religious rites of the druids, proving in clear terms their addiction to ophiolatreia: for we have not only the history of the "gliding king," who pursues "the fair one," depicted upon "the veil which covers the huge stones"-a history which reminds us most forcibly of the events in paradise, under a poetic garb; but we have, likewise, beneath that veil, within the sacred circle of "the huge stones," the "great dragon, a living serpent," moving round the places which contain the vessels of drink-offering; or in other words, moving round the altar stone in the same manner as the serpent in the isiac mysteries passed about the sacred vessels containing the offerings.

  • Diction(Definition of diction)
  • His own diction became more and more tinctured with germanisms.

  • Protection(Definition of protection)
  • If historical recollections or architectural beauty could have proved a protection in the days of revolution, the church of bec had undoubtedly stood.

  • Perdition(Definition of perdition)
  • The landgrave, addressing him, then solemnly bids him repent, and join the pilgrims on their way to rome, where perchance the pope may grant him absolution for his sin:- 'one path alone can save thee from perdition, from everlasting woe,-by earth abandon'd, one way is left: that way thou now shalt know.

  • Partition(Definition of partition)
  • And so long as we keep the temperature a few degrees above that of equi-density, the process of partition and reunion goes on indefinitely.

  • Predication(Definition of predication)
  • But before showing how he exhibited the interconnexion of propositions on this plan, we may turn aside to consider various so-called theories of predication or of judgment.

  • Patrician(Definition of patrician)
  • The mercantile instinct of the nation was flattered with the prospect of gain, the martial quality of its patrician and of its plebeian blood was eager to confront danger, the great protestant mutiny.

  • Parturition(Definition of parturition)
  • 9. give a general discussion of the physiology of parturition.

  • Perfection(Definition of perfection)
  • That is perfection fairfax.

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