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a quad with a square body

a linear unit (1/6 inch) used in printing

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em, be sick amoong 'em, grieve amoong 'em for onny o' th' monny causes that carries grief to the poor man's door, an' they'll be tender wi' yo, gentle wi' yo, comfortable wi' yo, Chrisen wi' yo.
We'll indict the blackguards for felony, and get 'em shipped off to penal settlements.
Then, looking round sadly, "But I shouldn't ha' minded so much if we could ha' kept the things wi' my name on 'em.
They used to be full of people, Teddy, and then came a time when they was full of corpses, when you couldn't go a mile that way before the stink of 'em drove you back.
ouses and took what we wanted and buried moce of the people, but up that way, Norwood way, there's 'ouses with the glass in the windows still, and the furniture not touched--all dusty and falling to pieces--and the bones of the people lying, some in bed, some about the 'ouse, jest as the Purple Death left 'em five-and-twenty years ago.
Just as 'twas gettin' serious, and the old boy and the mob was going to pull 'em off the coach, one little fellow jumps up and says, 'Here--I'll stay.
The guard had just finished an account of a desperate fight which had happened at one of the fairs between the drovers and the farmers with their whips, and the boys with cricket-bats and wickets, which arose out of a playful but objectionable practice of the boys going round to the public-houses and taking the linch-pins out of the wheels of the gigs, and was moralizing upon the way in which the Doctor, "a terrible stern man he'd heard tell," had come down upon several of the performers, "sending three on 'em off next morning in a po-shay with a parish constable," when they turned a corner and neared the milestone, the third from Rugby.
Irwine's seen 'em in their own country, and he says they've plenty o' fine fellows among 'em.
They know the rights of a story before they hear it, and can tell a man what his thoughts are before he knows 'em himself.
But they said it was along of his wife's dying; though there's reasons in things as nobody knows on--that's pretty much what I've made out; yet some folks are so wise, they'll find you fifty reasons straight off, and all the while the real reason's winking at 'em in the corner, and they niver see't.
Drumlow--poor old gentleman, I was fond on him--but when he come to put the questions, he put 'em by the rule o' contrairy, like, and he says, "Wilt thou have this man to thy wedded wife?
I set so fur back I couldn't see 'em fairly," complained Delia, "and now Rebecca has taken hers home to show her mother.
She had a lot in a place she was fond of, an' she loved 'em like they was children--or robins.
They sell 'em at auction, an' they're good for years an' years, only no good on the cobbles any more.
They are mighty onpleasant; but, as I manages business, I generally avoids 'em, sir.