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v. t.1.To load; to burden.
[imp. & p. p. Onerated ; p. pr. & vb. n. Onerating.]
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3 (v)]); in his Discorsi (Solerti, 1891, 3), Romei ends with "con ogni riverenza umilmente baciando le onerate mani, vengo a supplicar dal Cielo felicissima vita".
The company estimates consumers will receive an average discount of 30 percent on existing title rates through the OneRate plan.
Dufficy is also overseeing the expansion of the division's bundling and OneRate initiatives, and the consolidation of its property information, equity and first-mortgage operations.
The OneRate plan gives "a simplified, all-inclusive price for all aspects [of the closing], with just a few limitations like recording and governmental-type charges," Dufficy says.
sent (OED scent) + -lesse, eg scentless 1605q SENESCERE Chambers senescent (Latin) EDENTATES OED edentate noun NERTERIUS Cambarus nerterius eruca, ITISa ENTERPONE OED STERCOLIN Web2 CARPOLITE OED ETIOLIPES Camponotus etiolipes floridus, ITISa REUNITERS OED erunite ESSENESSE Palindromicon II TAPADEROS OED tapadero noun AGREEMONY OED PROGNOSED OED prognose vb AEGROTARE Chambers aegrotat (Latin) DENOMINAL OED EMOTIVITY OED emotive 2c ROSANILIN Stedman ONERATING OED onerate vb, also in Web1 under onerate SYDELYNGE OED sideling
Snier also onerates a cheetah outreach programme, and visitors can get close to the hand-reared animals.