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  • 81empoison — empoisonment, n. /em poy zeuhn/, v.t. 1. to corrupt: to empoison the minds of the young. 2. to embitter: His own failure has empoisoned him. 3. Archaic. to poison. [1275 1325; ME empoysonen < OF empoisoner. See EM 1, POISON] * * * …

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  • 82envenom — /en ven euhm/, v.t. 1. to impregnate with venom; make poisonous. 2. to embitter. [1250 1300; ME envenimen < OF envenimer. See EN 1, VENOM] * * * …

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  • 83exacerbate — exacerbatingly, adv. exacerbation, n. /ig zas euhr bayt , ek sas /, v.t., exacerbated, exacerbating. 1. to increase the severity, bitterness, or violence of (disease, ill feeling, etc.); aggravate. 2. to embitter the feelings of (a person);&#8230; …

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  • 84imbitter — imbitterer, n. imbitterment, n. /im bit euhr/, v.t. embitter. * * * …

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  • 85Johnson, Samuel — known as Dr. Johnson born Sept. 18, 1709, Lichfield, Staffordshire, Eng. died Dec. 13, 1784, London British man of letters, one of the outstanding figures of 18th century England. The son of a poor bookseller, he briefly attended Oxford&#8230; …

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  • 86Novak, Michael — ▪ 1995       The modern state is an overpromiser and an underachiever and ultimately a fraud. It is bound to disappoint, to embitter, to divide, to engender corrosive cynicism. These provocative remarks were made by Michael Novak, lay theologian …

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  • 87George Washington: Farewell Address — ▪ Primary Source       Washington s Farewell Address was never delivered by him. It appeared first by his own arrangement in a newspaper at Philadelphia, then the seat of the national government. Designed in part to remove him from consideration&#8230; …

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  • 90Jesuit Apologetic — • The accusations brought against the Society have been exceptional for their frequency and fierceness Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Jesuit Apologetic     Jesuit Apologetic …

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  • 91Milner, John — • Writer and controversialist. Born in London, 14 October, 1752: died at Wolverhampton, 19 April, 1826 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Milner, John     John Milner …

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  • 94Austro-Hungarian Monarchy —     The Austro Hungarian Monarchy     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Austro Hungarian Monarchy     By this name is designated the European monarchy whose dominions have for their main life distributing artery the River Danube, in its course from&#8230; …

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  • 95Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians) —     Congregation of Priests of the Mission     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Congregation of Priests of the Mission     A congregation of secular priests with religious vows founded by St. Vincent de Paul. The members add the letters C.M. to their&#8230; …

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  • 96Johann Joseph Ignaz von Doellinger —     Johann Joseph Ignaz von Döllinger     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Johann Joseph Ignaz von Döllinger     A historian and theologian, born at Bamberg, Bavaria, 28 February, 1799; died at Munich, 10 January, 1890.     FAMILY AND EDUCATION&#8230; …

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  • 97John Milner —     John Milner     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► John Milner     Born in London, 14 October, 1752: died at Wolverhampton, 19 April, 1826.     At the age of twelve he went to Sedgley Park School, but the following year he was sent by the venerable&#8230; …

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  • 98St. Vincent de Paul —     St. Vincent de Paul     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Vincent de Paul     Born at Pouy, Gascony, France, in 1580, though some authorities have said 1576; died at Paris, 27 September, 1660. Born of a peasant family, he made his humanities&#8230; …

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  • 99acerbate — 1. adjective /ˈasəbeɪt,ˈæsəɹˌbeɪt/ Embittered; having a sour disposition or nature. 2. verb /ˈasəbeɪt,ˈæsəɹˌbeɪt/ a) To exasperate; to irritate. Lady Laura had triumphed; but she had no desire to …

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  • 100rankle — verb /ˈræŋ.kəl/ a) To cause irritation or deep bitterness. b) To fester. Syn: embitter, irritate, fester …

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