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settled

[′sed·əld]
(meteorology)
Pertaining to weather, devoid of storms for a considerable period.
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This was a disappointment; but, however, I, that was to be discouraged with nothing, told my husband that since we could not get passage to Caroline, and that the country we was in was very fertile and good, we would, if he liked of it, see if we could find out anything for our tune where we was, and that if he liked things we would settle here.
an English woman-servant just come on shore from a ship of Liverpool, and a Negro man-servant, things absolutely necessary for all people that pretended to settle in that country.
If you lived in an unfinished house, you couldn't settle down in it; if you were condemned to leave everything you undertook unfinished, you would find it hard to apply yourself to anything; and yet that's my unhappy case.
To all I said, Richard readily assented, riding over the court and everything else in his easy way and drawing the brightest pictures of the character he was to settle into--alas, when the grievous suit should loose its hold upon him
But, as I was used to sit beside Joe whenever I entered that place of resort, I said "No, thank you, sir," and fell into the space Joe made for me on the opposite settle.
The stranger, with a comfortable kind of grunt over his pipe, put his legs up on the settle that he had to himself.
But he now reclined on his settle, taking very little notice of me, and talking principally about turnips.
Let it be, and hasten to do me battle, as you must by the custom, for I am eager to handle the Groan-Maker and to sit in your seat and settle this matter of the cattle of Masilo the Pig.
I tell you all, that presently I will stand upon his head, and then we will settle the matter of Masilo.
To-morrow, with your kind permission, we will finally settle the adjourned question of the caricature.
We couldn't give blood money but we have to settle it) once and for all,' he said.
Summary: When the America Invents Act (AIA) was enacted, many commentators praised a provision of the AIA that allows parties to settle a post-grant review, typically .