At these words the asse, as though he were indued
with humaine reason, coucheth his eares, and limpeth with one of his legges, as if it were quite out of joint.
Lipid metabolism in the cow during starvation indued
Madam, I do not Wonder, that those which are Indued
and Adorned with the Bounteous Gifts of Nature, should Seek, and Endeavour to Divulge them; the truth is, it were not Fit nor Well, that those Gifts, as Courage, Judgement, Wit, and Beauty, should be Buried in Obscurity.
The Prince himself (whose name was William Pine the Grandchild of George Pine that was first (7) on shore in this Island) came to his Pallace door and saluted us very courteously, for though he had nothing of Majesty in him, yet had he a courteous noble and deboneyre spirit, wherewith your English Nation (especially those of the Gentry) are very much indued
this instrument of discretion is depraved by the melancholicke spirits, and a darknesse and clouds of melancholy vapours, rising from that puddle of the splene, obscure the clearnesse, which our spirits are indued
with, and is requisite to the due discretion of outward objects' (Bright, 1613: 125).
Her clothes spread wide, And mermaid-like a while they bore her up, Which time she chaunted snatches of old lauds, As one incapable of her own distress, Or like a creature native and indued
Unto that element.