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Auce is a town in southern Latvia near the Lithuanian border.
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In Michaelmas, Hilary and Easter Terms in the Third [-sixth] Year of William IV by Sandford Nevile, William Montagu Manning (Sir.)
auce is a very peculiar ...
T.P.'s Weekly (1904)
CHEF's Auce is a rich fruity Sauce.
The Family-dictionary; Or, Household Companion: Containing, in an Alphabetical Method, I. Directions for Cookery ... II. Making All Sorts of Pastryware ... III. Making of Conserves ... IV. The Making All Kinds of Potable Liquors ... V. The Making of All Sorts of Rare Perfumes ... VI. The Virtues and Uses of the Most Usual Herbs and Plants ... VII. The Preparations of Several Choice Medicines ... The Second Edition, Corrected, and Much Enlarged (1696)
$auce fo: Land-fowl : Take boiled Prunes, and strain the Pulp into a little of the Blood of the Fowl; add then Cinnamon and Ginger finely beaten, boil'd with ấlittle Sugar to an indifferent thicknefs, and ferve in the Dish, with the Gravy of the Fowl.
Answering at Once the Purposes of Rhyming, Spelling, and Pronouncing. On a Plan Not Hitherto Attempted ... To which is Prefixed a Copious Introduction to the Various Uses of the Work ... and for the Purposes of Poetry is Added an Index of Allowable Rhymes by John Walker
AUB, See OB, AUCE, See AUSE. A UCH, See OACH, A U. D. 'Fraud, laud, cpplaud, defraud. Perfett rhymes, broad, abroad, bawd; and the preterius and participles of verbs in aw, as gnaw"d, saw'd, &c. Allowable rhymes, odd, red, &c. ade, ...
A Rhyming Dictionary (1824)
Answering at the Same Time, the Purposes of Spelling and Pronouncing the English Language ... [with] an Index of Allowable Rhymes by John Walker
AUCE, See AUSE. AUCH, See OACH. A U. D. Fraud, laud, applaud, defraud. Perfect rhymes, broad, abroad, bawd; and the preterits and participles of verbs in aw, as gnaw'd, sawd, etc. Allowable rhymes, odd, nod, etc. ode, bode, etc. also the ...
by John WALKER (the Philologist.)
AUCE, See AUSE. AUCH, See OACH. A U. D. Fraud, laud, applaud, defraud. Perfect rhymes, broad, abroad, bawd; and the preterits and participles of verbs in aw, as gnaw'd, saw'd, etc. Allowable rhymes, odd, nod, etc. ode, bode, etc. also the ...
by Bureau of Ships
"dध्s on puE "augम्Tuा pध्रपछगुहाम्मsaमn माह fप P---nPGud पाइanas puाछ का नाम atप्रा, tr1 "PHा tri। कभnp pxxhila arप्रम, Jn HEEap IELaua3 E Aप parधाम Fा मp। -नuम aucE -rog parवाn uaकq EEाम कEपम का कoप ...
by John Gassner, Edward Quinn
ANYA v STRANYE CHUDES (“AucE" IN RussIAN), Lewis Carroll, translated by ...
Encyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc. : Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
A narrow civil auce ; an av clout".- The straight poss was daimin 'd With dead men. Shak. —it wood be easy to defend the pass into the whole country, that the king's army should never to able to enter. Cour —Truth is a strong ...
by Cathy Hartley
A period as suffrage organizer in Manchester followed, after which Ellen entered the trade union field, first as woman organizer to the Amalgamated Union of Co- operative Employees (AUCE, later NUDAW and now USDAW) in 1915. Energetic ...
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