Sentence Examples


  • Reabsorbed progressively in the purchase of the national domains, this paper-money can never become redundant."
  • The pseudodeltidium is sometimes reabsorbed in the adult.
  • Its origin is obscure, but in 741 it was sufficiently important for St Boniface to found a bishopric here, which was, however, after the martyrdom of the first bishop, Adolar, in 755, reabsorbed in that of Mainz.
 
 

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