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Correct spelling for ANICIENT
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Possible correct spellings for anicient
Whether the gauls and the kymrians were originally of the same race, or at least of races closely connected; whether they were both anciently comprised under the general name of celts; and whether the kymrians, if they were not of the same race as the gauls, belonged to that of the germans, the final conquerors of the roman empire, are questions which the learned have been a long, long while discussing without deciding.
Omniscient am i not; yet much is known to me.
This was the west doorway of the ancient hospital chapel.
He has a cold fit of wisdom come upon him, and rests ever with messer brunetto, the high dry-as-dust, reading of virgilius, tullius, and other ancients, as if learning were better than living.
To tell you the truth, helen, i thought i saw symptoms of a mighty pretty little incipient flirtation."
After finishing the account of his building operations in the new city and recording the completion of the city wall from its foundation to its coping stone, the king makes an appeal to any future ruler who should find it, in the following words: in the days that are to come, when this wall shall have grown old and shall have fallen into ruins, may a future prince repair the damaged parts thereof, and may he anoint my memorial tablet with oil, and may he offer sacrifices and restore it unto its place, and then ashur will hearken unto his prayers.
I might as well take time right here to mention another little incident which took place along our school trail.
The curious ascent does, in fact, take place.
A marquis, properly regarded, is not so much a nascent duke as a magnified earl.