acquite

acquite

(əˈkwaɪt)
vb
an obsolete form of acquit
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After an extensive study, the method has been finalized on Acquite BEH [C.sub.18], 100 x 2.1 mm, 1.7[micro]m using variable composition of solvent A: 0.01 M K[H.sub.2]P[O.sub.4] in water, adjusted to pH 3.0 with orthophosphoric acid and solvent B: acetonitrile as mobile phase (Table-1).
The Romaine Curtius Romes great Favorite, (Whose daring Death did her from scathe acquite) Was ne're more Welcome to the Romanes sights, Then are your selves, to these our choise delights.
La cour a egalement acquite six hauts responsables de la securite, poursuivis pour les memes raisons.
so small store of honest iury-men, he will either put off his tryall, or drive it to such men as (perhaps) are not of the soundest sort, by whose means, if he can acquite himselfe of the crime, as his is likely, then will he plague such as were brought first to bee of his iurie, and all such as made any party against him.
1894) ("[I]t were better to acquite 20 that are guyltie then Condempne one Innocente.").