EQUIP


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EQUIP.

On drawings, abbr. for “equipment.”
References in classic literature ?
It was the Jew again, he concluded--the Jew who had been willing to equip the Mary Turner with two chronometers, but not with three; the Jew who had ratified the agreement of a sufficient supply to permit Daughtry his daily six quarts.
Sore was his heart when he saw rare bowmen and war-hardened spearmen turned away from his gates, for the lack of the money which might equip and pay them.
He begins to be very ragged, and I hope I shall be pardoned if I equip him with new clothes and frocks.
I once intended to equip a ship that was to sail all round the earth; but I did not do it, although I could have done so: and then, too, I smell so deliciously, for close before the gate bloom the most beautiful roses.
It is not the mere money," he cried, "though that would equip the cause throughout the world.
Meantime nature is not slow to equip us in the prison-uniform of the party to which we adhere.