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  • Edition(Definition of edition)
  • This book, in 1895, is in its ninety-first edition of one thousand copies.

  • Action(Definition of action)
  • Whether for thought or for action, i am at the end of my career.

  • Suasion(Definition of suasion)
  • Fustian(Definition of fustian)
  • The nails of his heavy shoes sunk into the carpet at every step, and his fustian garments contrasted coarsely with the rich cushions and sumptuous draperies of the room.

  • Emotion(Definition of emotion)
  • She pressed julia to her heart, and a few moments of exquisite, unutterable emotion followed.

  • Cessation(Definition of cessation)
  • The truth of all which was speedily verified by the cessation of the pestilence.

  • Question(Definition of question)
  • You heard the question that i asked messer del' orca?

  • Questioner(Definition of questioner)
  • "near croydon, sir, on the brighton and south coast line," said harry, lifting his innocent eyes to his questioner.

  • Auction(Definition of auction)
  • The auction had already begun, and the auctioneer, a fresh-looking girl with grey eyes planted extraordinarily far apart, was engaged in extolling the excellencies of an aged kettle to a laughing circle of girls.

  • Aston
  • You call him aston?

  • Elation(Definition of elation)
  • And underlying the enthusiastic assurances which he crowded into his mind as a stop gap for the elation this fact inspired, was the knowledge that, as his secretary, she would come to perceive what a great man he was.

  • Bastion(Definition of bastion)
  • Farther down in the valley are the scattered dwellings of the little village of bodola, its church high on a hill; opposite the village stands a small castle with broad towers and black bastions with battlements; the western bastion is built on a steep rock.

  • Audition(Definition of audition)
  • Audition 4 was shipped as part of the adobe creative suite 5.

  • Exertion(Definition of exertion)
  • By the exertion of all the will power i could command, i was able gradually to think more and more soberly, and the more i thought, the more absurd, impossible, it seemed that i, a rough provincial not yet of age, should possess the heart of a beauty who had but to choose from the best of all england.

  • Session(Definition of session)
  • Quite the contrary: it was apparent that the next session would impose far heavier conditions on them.

  • Austin(Definition of austin)
  • She cried out, sharply, in a stricken voice: "mr. austin!"

  • Position(Definition of position)
  • We then reached a pass in the hills called guy's gap, which, from the position of the hills, is very strong, and could be held by a small force.

  • Option(Definition of option)
  • As wolfe and hare invariably voted with leavitt, it will be seen that eight of the nine voted against the stetson bill and for the wright bill; seven of the nine voted against the constitutional amendment to make plain the constitutional powers and duties of the railroad commissioners; seven of the nine voted against investigating the cause of increase in freight and express rates to the pacific coast; eight of the nine voted against local option; seven voted for the change of venue bill, and one of the two others as good as voted for it, although on record against the measure.

  • Cession(Definition of cession)
  • He was busy organising opposition to lord ranfurly, when, in an unlucky moment for his cause, he was called up to sign the deed of cession as the representative of avatele.

  • Assertion(Definition of assertion)
  • It was, therefore, in effect, the assertion of a right, on the part of the government itself, to determine its own powers, and the authority of its own legislation, over the people; and a denial of all right, on the part of the people, to judge of or determine their own liberties against the government.

  • Aeration(Definition of aeration)
  • Some growers favor aeroponic systems over other methods of hydroponics because the increased aeration of nutrient solution delivers more oxygen to plant roots, stimulating growth and helping to prevent pathogen formation.

  • Desertion(Definition of desertion)
  • It was for maisie's education in short that, as she often repeated, she closed her door-closed it to the gentlemen who used to flock there in such numbers and whom her husband's practical desertion of her would have made it a course of the highest indelicacy to receive.

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