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Correct spelling for DEFICEIT
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Possible correct spellings for deficeit
12 there is also a considerable number of penal actions which the praetor has introduced in the exercise of his jurisdiction; for instance, against those who in any way injure or deface his album; or who summon a parent or patron without magisterial sanction; or who violently rescue persons summoned before himself, or who compass such a rescue; and others innumerable.
Another example of the imponderables that can make deficit projections highly questionable-a change of only one percentage point in unemployment can alter a deficit up or down by some $25 billion.
The merry laughter of the king, who greatly enjoyed the scene, and the general amusement, increased the pain of his defeat, and made the triumph of voltaire more complete.
Surely i have done nothing to forward this unhappy deceit?"
This is not the case with those that are now about to be noticed; for them, indeed, the word defect is somewhat too strong a term.
In his desire to serve another and quite unconscious of the result, he began to build up some of the qualities in which he had been deficient so long.
Is not this noble thought the original of that which ends the noted siloloquy of cato: the soul secure in his resistance smiles at the drawn dagger, and defies its point: the stars shall fade away, the sun himself grow dim with age, and nature sink in years?
It even defied that spirit.
On another occasion the dead body of one of these volunteers was placed in a public tomb in havana, and the repository was found to have been defaced by scurrilous writing on the glass of the door.
"ah," she said, "you think this a device to provoke a gallant conversation."