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  • verb Consign again.


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  • It sometimes happened that a solemn decree of parliament would violate the sanctuary, and reconsign the condemned into the hands of the executioner; but this was of rare occurrence.

    II. Humpbacked, One-Eyed, Lame. Book IX 1917

  • Rely upon it, she will ever have to hold her course against an adverse current; rely upon it, if the popular spring does not continue firm and elastic, a short interval of debilitated nerve and broken force will send you down the stream again and reconsign you to the condition of a province.

    I. In Behalf of Rowan and Free Speech 1906


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