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- noun An obsolete form of
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- noun See
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- noun Archaic form of
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And they are certainly aware of what starts to happen when the price of crude gets TOO high ... they learned a very important lesson from their imbargo experance.
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I have lately receiv'd letters from Lond "as far as the 12 Feb '', when there was an imbargo tbrdout Great Britain and Ire - land, & all the King's ships were fitting & manning,
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