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rev

Informal
revolution per minute

REV

On drawings, abbr. for “revise.”
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Weitbrecht-Rotholz has dealt in such terms with the Rev. Robert Strickland's innocent biography that it is difficult to avoid feeling a certain sympathy for the unlucky parson.
His heart warms to him when he can bring forward some example of cruelty or meanness, and he exults like an inquisitor at the auto da fe of an heretic when with some forgotten story he can confound the filial piety of the Rev. Robert Strickland.
The meeting began with prayer and then the Rev. Mr.
A close examination would have showed many more ingenious safeguards; but the eye of the Rev. Thomas Twyford, at least, was already riveted on what interested him much more--the dull silver disk which shone in the white light against a plain background of black velvet.
The face of the Rev. Thomas Twyford certainly suggested that he was a little out of his depth in the seas of truth, but as the other went on speaking vaguely the old gentleman's features sharpened and set.
The Rev. Walter Stelling was not a man who would remain among the "inferior clergy" all his life.
Tulliver thought the Rev. Mr Stelling was the shrewdest fellow he had ever met with,--not unlike Wylde, in fact; he had the same way of sticking his thumbs in the armholes of his waistcoat.
I fancy they were quite as strong as those of the Rev. Mr.
A tax-collector, on the way to his post at Goa; the Rev. Decimus Smith, returning to his parish at Bombay; and a brigadier-general of the English army, who was about to rejoin his brigade at Benares, made up the party, and, with Mr.
Moreover, she made the matter worse by declaring that the Rev. Mr.
"Dear Madam:--I regret to inform you that the Rev. John Whittier died two weeks ago, leaving one child, a girl eleven years old.
They included Dhafir Jihad, Eddie Jenkins, Malcolm Joseph, Arthur Martin, Stanley Grayson and Theodore Wells, who were some of the members of the "Fraternity," the coterie of black students who were recruited by Rev. Brooks in the late 1960s.