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Words used in a deed description to indicate that the given size or dimensions of the property may not be precisely as stated. Without such words, a parcel that differs in size from the representations could result in the rescission—setting aside—of a deed because of a mutual mistake of fact.

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If More agrees with Erasmus on this point, therefore, he follows the "modern theologians" as well.
To begin, More paints a half-complimentary, half-damning portrait of Richard's and his allies' various audiences.
31) When Vergil wrote of other historical female figures of the Tudor family, he did so with praise more ebullient than that of the male monarchs.
But what could have been more "fatally separate" than a cloistered space at the end of a kilometer-long Venetian Arsenale, accessible only to the most devoted pilgrims?
Like the new pacific madrone champ, which is little more than half the size of the Council Madrone, many of the champions in the 2002 National Register of Big Trees have yet to reach their full potential.
More offers some new venues for exploring women physicians' participation in social medicine (which she calls "maternalist medicine") by looking at women-staffed dispensaries and health centers in Rochester.
One misses in this biography the warmth and even tenderness of tone that Louis Martz's Thomas More: The Search for the Inner Man brings to a description of More's family life and the rhetorical schola More established to teach his beloved children.
What genre-blending platinum acts like Korn do today, Faith No More did ten years ago.
First of all, the blood of all the soldiers with whom I have served for more than 20 years is red.
But the clients decided to incorporate more and more mechanical ventilation and cooling, so all the teaching spaces are now air conditioned, but the concourses and other pedestrian links are naturally cooled.