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ENDSEnvironmental Data Services (UK)
ENDSElectronic Nicotine Delivery System
ENDSEnd Segment
ENDSEnhanced Nuclear Detonation Safety
ENDSExternal Nasal Dilator Strip
ENDSEquifax National Decision Systems (San Diego, CA)
ENDSEmergency Nursing Documentation System, LLC (Gonzales, LA)
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References in classic literature ?
Ends, "but I paid the printer not an hour ago, and he took my ready change.
I would rather ask the question more generally, and only enquire whether the things which fulfil their ends fulfil them by their own proper excellence, and fall of fulfilling them by their own defect?
The epic ended by disposing of the surviving personages in a double marriage, Telemachus wedding Circe, and Telegonus Penelope.
And whereas they have, all their times, sacrificed to themselves, they become in the end, themselves sacrifices to the inconstancy of fortune, whose wings they thought, by their self-wisdom, to have pinioned.
Neuter nouns end in these two latter vowels; also in {nu} and
At the upper end of the banquet room was a separate table provided for the animals.
But it was to tell of other matters that I reopen this book and once more take up my pen--matters so near to my heart that I shrink from writing of them, and am half afraid that the attempt may prove too hard for me after all, and my book end on a broken cry of pain.
The game of life is good, though all of life may be hurt, and though all lives lose the game in the end. This is the order of truth that obtains, not for the universe, but for the live things in it if they for a little space will endure ere they pass.
He seems to think that the end of poetry is, or should be, instruction; yet it is a truism that the end of our existence is happiness; if so, the end of every separate part of our existence, everything connected with our existence, should be still happiness.
Someone was singing, a dull, old, droning sailor's song, with a droop and a quaver at the end of every verse, and seemingly no end to it at all but the patience of the singer.
She left all the Howards End keys in the front lobby, and assumed that you'd seen them as you came in, that you'd lock up the house when you'd done, and would bring them on down to her.
With the view Sergeant Cuff took of the loss of the Diamond, he would be sure to end in examining our linen and our dresses.