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    aile alloisoleucine Historical Examples aile Rouge had a beaver robe and pipe prepared to present, but was obliged for the present to retain it. The Expeditions of Zebulon Montgomery Pike, Volume I (of 3) Elliott Coues All the lords were much dismaid and sore maruelled at this maner of sudden change, and what thing should […]

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    to cause pain, uneasiness, or trouble to. to be unwell; feel pain; be ill: He’s been ailing for some time. Contemporary Examples It would be impossible to cure all that ailed the GOP in the course of a single calendar year. GOP Report Turns One—Is it Worth Celebrating? Kristen Soltis Anderson March 17, 2014 Historical […]

  • Aileen

    a female given name, form of . Contemporary Examples John Paul III was born in 1956 and a daughter, Aileen, the following year. The Getty Family Implosion Anthony Haden-Guest February 9, 2011 Charlize Theron was there, too, God bless, kicking it in 2003 with her portrayal of Aileen Wournos in Monster. The Campiest Movie of […]

  • Aileron

    Aeronautics. a movable surface, usually near the trailing edge of a wing, that controls the roll of the airframe or effects maneuvers, as banks and the like. a wall at the end of a roof with a single slope, as that of a church aisle. Historical Examples Wire, aileron Gap—A wire connecting top and bottom […]

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