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united

get it in one

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the smallest whole number or a numeral representing this number

a single person or thing

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used of a single unit or thing

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having the indivisible character of a unit

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of the same kind or quality

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used informally as an intensifier

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indefinite in time or position

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being a single entity made by combining separate components

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The rather because I desire the Continuance & renewing of our former acquaintance, not onely because of those Relations that were betweene us in the vniuersetie being both of one House and Time, but especially because of that good report and esteeme which since that time you haue gained (not so much by a Civil as Religious Cariage) from those generally that be well if worthily affected.
Nor was providing relief enough for Granger; money should be employed to prevent the growth of poverty: "For we must not onely helpe a man when he is fallen, with our almes, but assist him before he fall with our reliefe, and succour, both by giving and lending.
He could not endure that warre should be made for religion, and was wont to say: That it was a deadly sinne, to seeke to force mens consciences, that which belongs to God onely.
Another justification of non-realistic and non-classical representation is found in Sidney's Defence of Poesie, where he states that a poem is a "speaking Picture with this end to teach and delight" (9), (4) and that this picture is based on a kind of "imitation" that means to "borrow nothing of what is, hath bin, or shall be, but range onely reined with learned discretion, into the divine consideration of what may be and should be" (10).
together with the league for the traffike onely betweene her Majestie and the Grand Signior, with the great privileges, immunities, and favours obteyned of his Imperiall Highnesse in that behalfe, the admissions and residencies of our Ambassadours in his stately Porch, and the great good and Christian offices which her Sacred Majestie by her extraordinary favour in that Court hath done for the King and kingdom of Poland, and other Christian Princes.
Now so it is, Maie it please your Majestie, that my severall Voyages, and long staies in Newfoundland, have filled my observations, not onely with the formes of Fishing, the conveniency of places, both of erecting Storehouses, and strengthning that erection; as also for the number and their quality, necessarie for a Plantation but hath likewise enabled mee, to satisfie by a plaine demonstration, not onely your Majestie, but all your Graces subjects, desirous of the advancement of their Countries florishing state; how with a small stocke of Tenne thousand poundes, (for it is in comparison of the infinite it will produce) and the loane of a fewe Shippes, the Kingdome maie (in a fewe yeares) be enabled with more then three thousand <sayle of> Shippes.
She sweares she will go brave, I shal maintaine her, Or 'tis an argument I do disdaine her; And that her onely care to go so fine, Is but for credit both of hers and mine.
Dekker sarcastically urges his theater-going gallant to "hoord up the finest play-scraps you can get, upon which your leane wit may most savourly feede for want of other stuffe, when the Arcadian and Euphuisd gentlewomen have their tongues sharpened to set upon you: that qualitie (next to your shittlecocke) is the onely furniture to a Courtier thats but a new beginner, and is but in his A B C of complement.
Worshipfull, upon verie earnest motion & persuation of a friend unto me, to set foorth in publick this matter, which I onely had made priuate for instruction of me and mine.
Speght) tell mee, seeing not onely all Greeke and Latine Poets have had their interpretours, and the most of them translated into our tongue, but the French also and Italian, as Guillaume de Saluste seigneur du Bartas, that most divine French poet, Petrarke, and Ariosto, of whome this last instructed by M.
Donne's description of the courtier sleeping until ten is remarkably similar to Isaak Walton's (1593-1683) description of Donne's own habits of study during his youth, which involved a similar attempt to negotiate the demands of study and leisure: "Nor was his age onely so industrious, but in the most unsetled days of his youth, his bed was not able to detain him beyond the hour of four in a morning: and it was no common business that drew him out of his chamber till past ten.
When the reader first encounters Adam and Eve, they impeccably observe the, as yet, inviolable double love, 'Hee for God onely, shee for God in him' (IV.
wee shoulde duely, and with carefull consideration, exactly examine the seueritie of God: and not his seueritie onely, but his bountyfull goodnesse withall: That so through the often remembrance of the one, wee myght bee restrayned in a couenable feare, and through the dayly recordyng of the other, wee myght be raysed to thankefulnesse and duetyfull loue towardes God.
For in lieu of solemne and devout matter, to which in duety they owe their abilities, they noe busy themselves in expressing such passions, as onely serve for testimonies to how unwoorthy affections they have wedded their veils.