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  • Abbreviation of George Washington University. Initialism of George Washington. Initialism of George W. Bush. (George Washington University): GWU (George W. Bush):
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  • Named for Lafayette, a French officer who fought under George Washington in the American Revolutionary War. Fayetteville A city in North Carolina. A
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  • which my Lord S. and others ſhall give of me 1847, George Washington, The Writings of George Washington: Being His Correspondence, Addresses, page 26: The
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  • produce meant to be sold locally. 1792 November 4, George Washington, The writings of George Washington from the original manuscript sources: 1745-1799,
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  • consideration, not mindful of the big picture. 1859, Washington Irving, Life of George Washington,Vol. 1, ch. 22: Dinwiddie was evidently actuated by the
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  • After the designer and constructor of the first such wheel, George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr. Ferris wheel ‎(plural Ferris wheels) An amusement
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  • used to represent the accent of slaves in the United States. 1907, George Washington Cable, Old Creole Days, Gutenberg eBook #10234, “ […] Now, Colossus
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  • advantageous time. 1908, George Washington University student publication, The Cherry tree: published by the students at George Washington university, page 348:
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  • and scarcely done at all if three or more are employed therein. — George Washington 1883, Howard Pyle, The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood Chapter V "Ha
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  • participle mitigated) (transitive) To reduce, lessen, or decrease. 1795 — George Washington, Seventh State of the Union Address Measures are pursuing to prevent
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  • person named) Wassa". IPA(key): /ˈwɒʃɪŋtən/, /ˈwɔːʃɪŋtən/ Washington George Washington, the Commander in Chief of the Continental Army of the American
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  • submarines. (figuratively) A company that dominates its field. 1968, George Washington University, Computers-in-Law Institute, National Law Center, The Law
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  • skillet. In Jean Fritz's children's book George Washington's Breakfast the protagonist finds out that George Washington may have eaten hoecakes for breakfast
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  • Vocabulum: Or, The Rogue's Lexicon. Comp. from the Most Authentic Sources, George Washington Matsell (1859), p. 25: “DEAD TO RIGHTS. Positively guilty, and no
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  • Gingrich, William R. Forstchen, Albert S. Hanser, Valley Forge: George Washington and the Crucible of Victory (Historical Fiction), St. Martin's Press
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  • pleasure. Be excited or eager to. 1794 November 19, George Washington, speech, George Washington's Sixth State of the Union Address, When we call to mind
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  • absolutely idle and nugatory. Ineffective, invalid or futile. 1792, George Washington, Fourth State of the Union Address I can not dismiss the subject of
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  • ‎(plural mouseries) (rare) A place where mice are kept and bred. 1965, George Washington Corner, A History of the Rockefeller Institute, Rockefeller Univ.
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  • on: Presidents' Day Wikipedia Presidents' Day A day celebrating George Washington and other presidents, a federal holiday in the United States, celebrated
    570 bytes (42 words) - 21:56, 6 May 2016
  • Excessively dainty or fastidious. c. 1745, George Washington, Moncure D. Conway, editor, George Washington's Rules of Civility[1], published 1890: Have
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