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PRYProbably (chat slang)
PRYPriority
PRYParaguay (ISO Country code)
PRYProgram Year
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PRYPitch Roll Yaw
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Had this fact been truly laid before Mr Allworthy, it might probably have done the gamekeeper very little mischief.
Among them were the teeth of a gnawer, equalling in size and closely resembling those of the Capybara, whose habits have been described; and therefore, probably, an aquatic animal.
The tower has never, to appearance, had roofing of any sort; a fire was made in the centre of the space which it encloses, and originally the building was probably little more than a wall drawn as a sort of screen around the great council fire of the tribe.
It was probably no higher than an ordinary chair is now, and seems to have had no back.
The lawyer himself is probably altogether beyond our reach.
or, more probably, attributing the victory to the ancient good order of Athens and to the favor of Apollo and Athene.
The bullet struck so low down that probably his antagonist would never have aimed at that part of him--people never do; he would have aimed at his chest or head; so that probably the bullet hit him accidentally.
Now if there is a buried city beneath all this jungle, this mountain of earth and stones, the accumulation of centuries, it is probably on the bottom of some vast cavern.
Room would probably have been made for her at Talbothays, if only out of sheer compassion; but comfortable as her life had been there she could not go back.
Inasmuch as peculiarities often appear under domestication in one sex and become hereditarily attached to that sex, the same fact probably occurs under nature, and if so, natural selection will be able to modify one sex in its functional relations to the other sex, or in relation to wholly different habits of life in the two sexes, as is sometimes the case with insects.
I tried to write like this new master; but whether I had tried or not, I should probably have done so from the love I bore him.
Stephen Clark of Carmody persists in being most grateful to me for a suggestion which somebody else would probably have made if I hadn't.