Gesse


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v. t. & i.1.To guess.
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Secondly, in Brinton's analysis of I gesse, I trowe, and the like, she presents a fascinating thesis that these parentheticals serve entirely different functions in the narratological report and in characters' dialogue.
In 1998 he won the La Gesse Fellowship, sponsored by the Princess Cecilia di Medici; and went on to be presented in concert in France and Italy; at the French Embassy in Washington, D.
Location of works, place of delivery supplies or performance: 31350 Boulogne sur Gesse
As for thiz fellow, I cannot tell what to make of him, save that I may gesse hiz bak be mettalld like a lamprey, that haz no bone, but a lyne like a lute-spring.
Michelle Gesse is the author of Bogus Allegations: The Injustice of Guilty Until Proven Innocent
Steven and Michelle Gesse got into a dustup with some neighbors, who accused the former of threatening one of them with a gun.
Bogus Allegations: The Injustice of Guilty Until Proven Innocent" is the memoir of criminology and law of Michelle Lombardi Gesse as she tells of her husband's accusation of a crime, as she shares the struggle against the system that she feels assumes guilt and leaves it to the burden of proving one's own innocence.
747) and "For my part, I do gesse eche howre seems twenty yere" (1.
Besides one word, so as it were begetting an other, as be it in rime or measured verse, by the former a man shall have a neare gesse to the follower.
Gesse Sciacca, director of avionics at Innotech, explains that this first installation communicates through the iridium satellite system, which is less expensive to install than other satellite systems and does not require a broadband system.
Netheles Y gesse alle thingis to be peirement for the cleer science of Jhesu Crist my Lord.
1587): "Take a speciall note of theyr apparell and furniture, and of the substance that the same is made of, of which a merchant may make a gesse, as well of their commoditie, as also of theyr wants.