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Historical Examples

arat is a small island rising very abruptly many hundred feet above the sea.
Siam George B. Bacon

If a man has one ox which is employed as a beast of the plough, they say of him: arat cum uno bove.
Domesday Book and Beyond Frederic William Maitland

On our return we touched at arat, where I amused myself a little time in climbing around craggy and stupendous rocks.
Siam George B. Bacon


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