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Begirt by his immense voltaic battery--which was as so many huge cubical links of wood and metal, forming a vast mysterious chain, and giving to the whole a sort of picturesque and marvellous character the lecturer called forth its powers with an air of authority, and in a tone of confident success.
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Scarce had she thus prayed when a down-dragging numbness seized her limbs, and her soft sides were begirt with thin bark.
In ESPRIT (the Estrogen in the Prevention of Reinfarction Trial), 1,017 postmenopausal women with a previous begirt attack were given estradiol or placebo for two years There was no difference between groups in frequency of heart attack or death.
39) "Now Scotland, which is also called Albany, is a district closed in by marshes and abounding in fertile woods, in milk and cattle, and begirt with safe harbours and wealthy islands; but its inhabitants are barbarous and unclean, neither subdued by bitter cold nor stunted by severe hunger; and they rely upon swift feet and light armour.