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vade

(veɪd)
vb (intr)
obsolete to fade or vanish
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"Monsieur d'Artagnan!" he cried; "Vade retro Satanas!"
With such a VADE MECUM D'Artagnan was morally and physically an exact copy of the hero of Cervantes, to whom we so happily compared him when our duty of an historian placed us under the necessity of sketching his portrait.
Microsoft remains phishers' favorite due to its size and the high value of Office 365 credentials, explains Adrien Gendre, chief solutions architect at Vade Secure.
Police arrested Niran "Nick" Vade Murray, and Koekkoek said he was a customer of Castillo's.
Compared to Walffid Kujalas The Flutist's Vade Mecum and Taffanel and Gaubert's 17 Big Daily Finger Exercises, The Complete Scale Compendium for Flute falls slightly short in the "completeness" suggested by the title yet provides a suitable foundation for a wide variety of scales.
Based on a report from Canada authorities, Evelyn Bumatay-Castillo, 43, a native of Luna, La Union, was allegedly killed by a certain Niran Vade Murray, alias "Nick," 32, of Toronto, who has been arrested and charged with first-degree murder.
Cyprian Norwid, Vade mecum By Way of an Introduction (Universalities) The Artist's soul draws breath in its life's spring Just like a butterfly that's on the wing.
A sumptuous Sri Lankan lunch was provided and hoppers, vade, kottu and other Sri Lankan fast food was available in the evening.
In his seventh collection of poems, Vade i Vetrovi (Waters and the winds), Serbian poet Nenad Milosevic shows his poetic maturity through the utilization of themes underscored by a feeling of high anxiety--the passage of time and the change that comes with the flow of waters.
The HexaTrust Club was founded by Wallix, Keynectis-Opentrust, Deny ALL, Ilex, Netheos, TheGreenBow, inWebo, Olfeo, Brainwave, Vade Retro Technology, Arismore and Bertin Technologies in order to provide a performing, consistent and comprehensive range of products and services for securing critical infrastructures.
For all such neophytes, Geraldine MacCarrick's "Quality Assurance in Medical Education" is the vade mecum.