INVT

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INVTInventory (usually seen as INV)
INVTInvite
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By-and-by, fatigue began to assert its claims; the children tried to pay attention, for it was dreadful to think of sitting down when time was grown to be so precious, moving, in some direction, in any direction, was at least progress and might bear fruit; but to sit down was to invite death and shorten its pursuit.
I had to invite them for you; but I thought you'd like to have such interesting company.
Invite him to dinner, Emma, and help him to the best of the fish and the chicken, but leave him to chuse his own wife.
Jennings had the satisfaction of discovering to be her relations, and this was enough for Sir John to invite them directly to the park, as soon as their present engagements at Exeter were over.
Briggs, Wood, Mason, I invite you all to come up to the house and visit Mrs.
I will not invite retribution on my own head by assisting those children to continue the imposition which their parents practiced, and by helping them to take a place in the world to which they are not entitled.
When he was again in a condition to be talked to, I thanked him for the proffered refreshment, which I declined, as I had just had dinner; and, observing that I would wait, since he was so good as to invite me, until his daughter and his son-in-law came back, I inquired how little Emily was?
True, I had no Avenger in my service now, but I was looked after by an inflammatory old female, assisted by an animated rag-bag whom she called her niece, and to keep a room secret from them would be to invite curiosity and exaggeration.
Why, the Squire used to invite him to take a glass, only to hear him sing the "Red Rovier"; didn't he, Mr.
All things invite To peaceful Counsels, and the settl'd State Of order, how in safety best we may Compose our present evils, with regard Of what we are and where, dismissing quite All thoughts of Warr: ye have what I advise.
Just,'' replied the Earl, ``as the man may be said to invite death, who undertakes to fight a combat, having a dangerous wound unhealed.
I saw nothing in this country that could invite me to a longer continuance, and began to think of returning home to England.