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Its tree is large, as large as the apricot (arq), with a leaf like the oranges.
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. Historical Examples Hardly had Colonel Plouernel uttered these words when they heard a lively rattle of arquebus fire from the lake road. The Pocket Bible or Christian the Printer Eugne Sue Caliver,” therefore, is practically synonymous with “arquebus. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 1 Various After being equipped with light armour, each […]
. Historical Examples To add to his vexation, the arquebusier had taken the torch with him, so that he should have to proceed in darkness. Windsor Castle William Harrison Ainsworth “He throws his hat upon the ground far from him,” calmly answered the arquebusier. Cinq Mars, Complete Alfred de Vigny Then, sir, you deem that […]
. Historical Examples The morions of our arquebusiers lined the bulwarks, for the company thought these two men were going most surely to their death. In Search of Mademoiselle George Gibbs He was taken thither in a coach with an escort of arquebusiers. The Historical Nights Entertainment, Second Series Rafael Sabatini De Candia was posted […]
arranged. . . arrive; arrived. Historical Examples Seeing that each looked as implacable as the other, Mrs. Chump called plaintively, “arr’bella!” Sandra Belloni, Complete George Meredith In the north of England “ar” or “arr” is still used for a mark. Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 121, February 21, 1852 Various So, ye’ll tell me, […]