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  • Hitler annexed Lithuania.
    annexed = took (a territory to make it part of a larger territory)
  • I may as well tell you, if you don't know it already, that as a young lieutenant in the Japanese marines, Nobu had been severely injured in a bombing outside Seoul in 1910, at the time Korea was being annexed to Japan.   (source)
    annexed = taken and attached
  • When, a few years later, the Emperor annexed the land, the Eritreans at once began a guerrilla war for their liberation.   (source)
    annexed = took territory
  • Sam Houston was elected president, and a struggle began for annexation by the United States, an idea resisted by antislavery forces in the U.S. Congress.   (source)
    annexation = the process of taking territory
  • They argue about what we ought to annex. The head-master with the steel watch-chain wants to have at least the whole of Belgium, the coal-areas of France, and a slice of Russia.   (source)
    annex = take
  • Like they're annexing us or doing us some kind of favor.†   (source)
  • Gladstone explained that this was no longer in the interest of humanity and that a forcible annexation of Hyperion-under the guise of defending the Web itself-would allow more progressive Al coalitions in the Core to gain power.†   (source)
  • The park became part of Chicago during the 1889 annexations, but otherwise, Olmsted saw, little had changed.†   (source)
  • I wondered how he would feel if the positions were reversed and it was Attolia annexing the land of his people.†   (source)
  • I thought leaders of nations used to dream of vast land empires—expansion, annexation, troop movements, armored units driving in dusty juggernauts over the plains, the forced march of language and appetite, the digging of mass graves.†   (source)
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  • "La Reconquista is not to be accomplished by force of arms, as was the U.S. annexation of the Southwest and California in 1848," he wrote.†   (source)
  • You know how annexations work.†   (source)
  • Three hundred unjoined versions would circulate through the barracks by midnight, gathered and appropriated by cadets who were not present but who would claim they were, until the fight would enter into the history of that academic year according to joyous laws of storytelling where the annexation of myth becomes a form of truth itself.†   (source)
  • It would also be a country less likely bent on expansion to the south and west, leaving Cuba, Mexico, and even Texas more accessible to annexation by the British Empire.†   (source)
  • The instrument of record will be the British treaty that expires in 1997, his commission a supposedly reasonable prelude to annexation and control.†   (source)
  • The Germans were demanding the annexation of Gdansk, agitating for a "corridor"; while Neville Chamberlain still dithered, the Huns were clamoring in the west, shaking the flimsy Polish gates.†   (source)
  • Real peace thereno annexations and no reparations, as they say.†   (source)
  • As the campaign for the legislature which would consider his re-election began in 1844, Benton broke sharply with his state and party by engineering the defeat of the treaty for the annexation of Texas.†   (source)
  • Santa Anna, now president of Mexico, said that annexation would be an act of war.†   (source)
  • All the Tanmind in the upper city did, and had done so before the annexation.†   (source)
  • But I've seen what your human troops did during what you call the annexation.†   (source)
  • An overly keen sense of injustice or a tendency to mysticism didn't mesh well with annexations.†   (source)
  • And the weapons were all ones which had been confiscated during the annexation.†   (source)
  • Did someone find a pre-annexation cache, and hide them there?†   (source)
  • And this annexation is different, it's the last one.†   (source)
  • The noblest, most well-intentioned people in the world can't make annexations a good thing.†   (source)
  • Annexations and ancillaries, and people like me being assigned to the military.†   (source)
  • "Annexations are messy," said Lieutenant Awn.†   (source)
  • It's not groundwork for an annexation, there aren't any more.†   (source)
  • The niece, however, had lost her parents during the annexation.†   (source)
  • They'd had this conversation at greater and more acrimonious length, during the annexation.†   (source)
  • "Expansion, annexation, is very expensive.†   (source)
  • "You probably don't know, citizen, that I commanded human troops during an annexation myself."†   (source)
  • "They might have been put there before the annexation."†   (source)
  • She resided in each of the thirteen provincial palaces, and was present at every annexation.†   (source)
  • What happens during annexation—it's a difference of degree, not a difference of kind."†   (source)
  • As much as they complained, they had come out of the annexation relatively comfortably.†   (source)
  • Chicago's population had topped one million for the first time, making the city the second most populous in the nation after New York, although disgruntled residents of Philadelphia, previously in second place, were quick to point out that Chicago had cheated by annexing large expanses of land just in time for the 1890 decadal census.†   (source)
  • In 1845, President Polk tried to negotiate the annexation of Texas and to bargain for New Mexico and California.†   (source)
  • The reforms—getting rid of ancillaries, stopping the annexations, opening up assignments to lower houses, she did all of that.†   (source)
  • From before the annexation, she meant.†   (source)
  • Only 6,318 people had lived here when Radchaai forces annexed Shis'urna five years earlier, and of course the annexation had reduced that number.†   (source)
  • The head priest had told her followers what they needed to do to survive the annexation, and for the most part those followers did indeed survive.†   (source)
  • "Do I understand correctly," I asked, already knowing the answer, "that this other Anaander Mianaai is the force behind the ending of annexations?"†   (source)
  • It had been ninety-four years, two months, two weeks, and six days before, shortly after the annexation of Valskaay.†   (source)
  • This annexation was different— citizenship had been granted to the surviving Shis'urnans much earlier than normal.†   (source)
  • "The first time so many Radchaai officers came away from an annexation without the certainty that they had done the right thing.†   (source)
  • They hadn't seen the annexation itself.†   (source)
  • She was still in Shis'urna's system, some of her on the flagship of this annexation, Sword of Amaat, and some of her on Shis'urna Station.†   (source)
  • Usually a civilian police force was in place by the time an annexation was officially complete, something that often took fifty years or more.†   (source)
  • I didn't make such errors, and in the course of arranging an annexation the isolation could be an advantage.†   (source)
  • Some of those passing were transplants, Radchaai assigned to jobs or given property here in Ors after the annexation.†   (source)
  • Skaaiat had met some of them during the annexation, had always been entirely, correctly polite to them.†   (source)
  • The head priest winced slightly at the word annexation and I thought I saw Lieutenant Awn notice, but she continued.†   (source)
  • Even in the precarious months following the annexation, when supplies had been scarce and food expensive, they had managed to keep their families fed.†   (source)
  • To pay for the previous annexations.†   (source)
  • That annexation had brought me a great deal of the sort of music I had liked best, when I had had more than one voice.†   (source)
  • Getting your feet on the ground during an annexation is the one sure way to increase your house's financial and social standing.†   (source)
  • The guns within—long, sleek, and deadly—were the sort that had been carried by Tanmind troops before the annexation.†   (source)
  • She'd arrived fresh out of training, seventeen years old, plunged straight into the tail end of an annexation.†   (source)
  • And now the unavoidable unpleasantness of the annexation is over, we want people to start realizing that being Radchaai will benefit them.†   (source)
  • Of course she was always present during annexations, but the sheer number of troops compared to the number of bodies the Lord of the Radch sent made it unlikely one would run into her by chance.†   (source)
  • I had seen no few of those confiscated weapons—not I, One Esk, but I, Justice of Toren, whose thousands of ancillary troops had been on the planet during the annexation.†   (source)
  • And this was the last annexation.†   (source)
  • "No more annexations," I agreed.†   (source)
  • Indeed, not a few Shis'urnans had died in the initial stages of the annexation simply because they were in the way, and in the way could mean any number of things.†   (source)
  • Around them larger boats floated, and the big dredgers, now silent and still, that before the annexation had hauled up the stinking mud that lay beneath the water.†   (source)
  • "Do you realize—there's no reason you should ever have thought of it—that it's the appropriation of resources during annexations that drives our economy?"†   (source)
  • They watched me close the temple doors, the segments posted there not uniformed, covered only with the silver of my own generated armor, and maybe it reminded them of the annexation.†   (source)
  • I had spent my life at annexations, and stations in the process of becoming this sort of place, leaving before they did, to begin the whole process again somewhere else.†   (source)
  • Now annexations are a thing of the past, ancillary troop carriers are crowded with the useless daughters of prestigious houses, who can't be assigned to anything lower."†   (source)
  • As for Seivarden, I was under no illusions as to where her sympathies would lie, given a choice between citizens who kept their proper places along with an expanding, conquering Radch, or no more annexations and the elevation of citizens with the wrong accents and antecedents.†   (source)
  • On one wall, opposite a long counter, were secured various trophies of past annexations—scraps of two flags, red and black and green; a pink clay roof tile with a raised design of leaves molded into it; an ancient sidearm (unloaded) and its elegantly styled holster; a jeweled Ghaonish mask.†   (source)
  • From my vantage the boundaries of Shis'urna's various nations and territories weren't visible, though on its night side the planet's cities glowed bright here and there, and webs of roads between them, where they'd been restored since the annexation.†   (source)
  • In a narrow, diamond-shaped park, by a black granite monument inscribed with the Five Right Actions, and the name of the Garseddai patron who had wished to impress them on the local residents, one of my lieutenants passed another and complained that this annexation had been disappointingly dull.†   (source)
  • So when the annexation of Shis'urna was officially complete, most of Justice of Toren Esk went back to the ship, but Lieutenant Awn stayed, and I stayed with her as the twenty-ancillary unit Justice of Toren One Esk.†   (source)
  • To noncitizens, who only ever see Radchaai in melodramatic entertainments, who know nothing of the Radch besides ancillaries and annexations and what they think of as brainwashing, such an order might be appalling, but hardly surprising.†   (source)
  • Radchaai do have stringed instruments, quite a variety of them, in fact, accrued through several annexations, but playing them in public is considered a slightly risque act, because one has to play either bare-handed, or in gloves so thin as to be nearly pointless.†   (source)
  • Of course (I thought but did not say), the various cousins who had served a year or so during this annexation or that and retired to take ascetic vows or paint tea sets hadn't done so because they had been unsteady.†   (source)
  • Ancillary units that only ever woke for annexations often wore nothing but a force shield generated by an implant in each body, rank on rank of featureless soldiers that might have been poured from mercury.†   (source)
  • Eight hundred years ago the Translators Office was a collection of minor officials who assisted in the interpretation of extra-Radch intelligence, and who smoothed linguistic problems during annexations.†   (source)
  • "So you're saying that in the first months of the annexation, Jen Shinnan found some Radchaai official willing to divert crates full of weapons so that five years later she could start trouble between the upper and lower city.†   (source)
  • This wasn't as common as one might think—we always made it clear from the beginning that even breathing trouble during an annexation could mean death, and from the instant an annexation began we made demonstrations of just what that meant widely available, but there was always someone who couldn't resist trying us.†   (source)
  • It had obviously had to be enlarged several times by the annexation of adjacent fields.†   (source)
  • Of this work of imagination poor Tess and her parents were naturally in ignorance—much to their discomfiture; indeed, the very possibility of such annexations was unknown to them; who supposed that, though to be well-favoured might be the gift of fortune, a family name came by nature.†   (source)
  • She had seen very little of Rosedale since her annexation by the Gormers, for he was still steadily bent on penetrating to the inner Paradise from which she was now excluded; but once or twice, when nothing better offered, he had turned up for a Sunday, and on these occasions he had left her in no doubt as to his view of her situation.†   (source)
  • This annexation took place in the same way in which a foreign language is appropriated, namely, by translation.†   (source)
  • To this mental estate mapped out a quarter of a century before, to sensibilities thus fenced in, Mr. Casaubon had thought of annexing happiness with a lovely young bride; but even before marriage, as we have seen, he found himself under a new depression in the consciousness that the new bliss was not blissful to him.†   (source)
  • What then can be more preposterous than all this clamor by Mexico and the Mexican interest, against Annexation, as a violation of any rights of hers, any duties of ours?†   (source)
  • It is wholly untrue, and unjust to ourselves, the pretence that the Annexation has been a measure of spoliation, unrightful and unrighteous--of military conquest under forms of peace and law--of territorial aggrandizement at the expense of justice, and justice due by a double sanctity to the weak.†   (source)
  • The world of the German literate consisted solely in bringing the new French ideas into harmony with their ancient philosophical conscience, or rather, in annexing the French ideas without deserting their own philosophic point of view.†   (source)
  • We are only astonished that this effect has not been more fully and strongly produced, and that the burst of indignation against this unauthorized, insolent and hostile interference against us, has not been more general even among the party before opposed to Annexation, and has not rallied the national spirit and national pride unanimously upon that policy.†   (source)
  • Whatever progress of population there may be in the British Canadas, is only for their own early severance of their present colonial relation to the little island three thousand miles across the Atlantic; soon to be followed by Annexation, and destined to swell the still accumulating momentum of our progress.†   (source)
  • It is now time for the opposition to the Annexation of Texas to cease, all further agitation of the waters of bitterness and strife, at least in connexion with this question, --even though it may perhaps be required of us as a necessary condition of the freedom of our institutions, that we must live on for ever in a state of unpausing struggle and excitement upon some subject of party division or other.†   (source)
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  • Their display is in the annex to the main convention hall.
  • Jonas nodded, waved to her, and headed around the building toward the Annex, a small wing attached to the back.   (source)
  • The Chapter House was a kind of satellite structure—a freestanding annex at the end of the long hallway to ensure the privacy of the Parliament proceedings housed there.   (source)
  • There was a new annex on the south side of the house, where younger women were filling bottles and packaging orders for shipment.   (source)
  • From there, we left the Franks' living area, but we were still in the museum: A long narrow hallway showed pictures of each of the annex's eight residents and described how and where and when they died.   (source)
  • There are two steps between the annex and the main house,   (source)
    annex = an addition added to a main building
  • Monday morning, I was called out of English class to the library annex.   (source)
    annex = an addition that extends a main building
  • The door to the right of the landing leads to the "Secret Annex" at the back of the house.   (source)
    annex = separate building space associated with a main building
  • I knew nothing about kimono except how to wear them, so I was given the task of spending my days in the basement of the workshop annex, tending to the vats of dye as they boiled.   (source)
    annex = an addition that extends a main building
  • She's waiting in the annex.   (source)
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  • Leamas waited a moment, then, hearing nothing, made his way through the unlit house to the annex behind it.   (source)
    annex = an addition added to a main building
  • Two days ago I was sitting in the Gynecology Annex of the University Hospital down in Iowa City waiting for Dr. Mrs. Jaswani to get off the phone and call me in, when the woman next to me on the sofa started sobbing into a book she held pressed tight to her face.†   (source)
  • They went to check out a CD at Green Apple Annex.†   (source)
  • In the building's annex, packed with trains and locomotives, they walked the full length of an exact duplicate of the all-Pullman New York & Chicago Limited, with its plush chairs and carpeting, crystal glassware, and polished wood walls.†   (source)
  • He could see the fine copperplate of the numbers the smaller needle at the bottom which recorded tenths of seconds, he could see the brand name printed in tiny letters: ANNEX.†   (source)
  • Despite his inhuman energy, he can't do all of that any more than he can annex Santa Barbara, but I can't imagine the mayor seeing what's out here in all its disturbing detail and turning a cold shoulder.†   (source)
  • MUSHTAMAL: a small garden annex or garden courtyard.†   (source)
  • Most of "tb" endorsed the idea, and in a final compromise, who placed the second-line antibiotics in an annex to its essential drugs list.†   (source)
  • Shukhov ran to the parcels office--a little annex to a barracks, to which in turn a small porch had been added.†   (source)
  • There were rumors that he wanted to annex land there as well and that Attolia was preparing for all-out war.†   (source)
  • She always left the cancer annex between a quarter to eight and eight.†   (source)
  • In an empty, unused annex of the library, teachers have already gathered around a cafeteria table with a coffee urn, juice bottles on ice in a large plastic punch bowl, and a few plates of donuts and muffins.†   (source)
  • Magnificent seven-bedroom detached house with staff annex and mature garden.†   (source)
  • A smaller and rather delightful annex of Dzerzhinsky Square-only nobody knows about it but the five of us.†   (source)
  • The fire marshals and bomb squad pick through the burned-out section in the back that serves as an annex for the office, where we keep voting registration and contributor records.†   (source)
  • Eventually I get a menial job doing mock-ups, and a small furnished two-bedroom apartment with kitchenette and separate entrance in a large crumbling house in the Annex, north of Bloor.†   (source)
  • Second, a team from the Institute of Delphinological Studies is searching the entire area, including our annex here, with underwater detection equipment.†   (source)
  • It was near sunset when he led me to the annex in the yard at the back, where I had once gone to rescue Metty, and where I now had to be fingerprinted myself, before being taken to the town jail.†   (source)
  • It's the annex behind the main house, you can hardly see it for thistles.†   (source)
  • Bottle fillers must use the bathroom in the annex.   (source)
    annex = an addition that extends a main building
  • It was broken by the sound of a door slamming out in the annex.   (source)
  • One part of his consciousness knew that he was still lying there, on the bed, in the Annex room.   (source)
  • Now our Secret Annex has truly become secret.   (source)
  • There was no way to describe to his friends what he had experienced there in the Annex room.   (source)
  • Entering the annex, the altar boy was surprised to find it deserted.   (source)
  • Peter and I have both spent our contemplative years in the Annex.   (source)
  • Debates are going on left and right in the Annex.   (source)
  • Jonas entered the Annex room and realized immediately that it was a day when he would be sent away.   (source)
  • He had rehearsed them in his mind all the way home from the Annex.   (source)
  • I should explain that yesterday was November 16, the first anniversary of his living in the Annex.   (source)
  • The Annex was very ordinary, its door unremarkable.   (source)
  • To keep you up to date on the latest adventures in the Secret Annex, I should tell you this as well.   (source)
  • Margot, the Annex's Dutch teacher, has been correcting these letters for him.   (source)
  • Then he would make his way through the darkness, on foot, silently, to the Annex.   (source)
  • As the Benjamin of the Annex, I got more than I deserve.   (source)
  • Frowning, Jonas walked toward the Annex.   (source)
  • From our position here in Fort Annex, it's difficult to gauge the mood of the Dutch.   (source)
  • Then, suddenly, he was in the Annex room again, writhing on the bed.   (source)
  • In any case, after the war I'd like to publish a book called The Secret Annex.   (source)
  • Just imagine how interesting it would be if I were to publish a novel about the Secret Annex.   (source)
  • Bedtime always begins in the Annex with an enormous hustle and bustle.   (source)
  • The Attitude of the Annex Residents Toward the War   (source)
  • Relationships here in the Annex are getting worse all the time.   (source)
  • But it felt good; it was the most wonderful evening I've ever had in the Annex.   (source)
  • Here in the Annex no one even bothers to set a good example.   (source)
  • In the meantime, Bep had gotten rid of van Maaren and come to get Mr. Kugler from the Annex.   (source)
  • Seated next to him is the Annex's little bundle of nerves.   (source)
  • And what would be the point of turning the Secret Annex into a Melancholy Annex?   (source)
  • We now continue with a typical day in the Annex.   (source)
  • The entire Annex breathed a huge sigh of relief.   (source)
    annex = (people in) an addition that extends a main building
  • I think, Kitty, that true love may be developing in the Annex.   (source)
    annex = an addition that extends a main building
  • If you're trying to diet, the Annex is the place to be!   (source)
  • The burglary caused another stir, but the Annex seems to thrive on excitement.   (source)
  • Not surprisingly, the Annex is once again in an uproar.   (source)
    annex = (people in) an addition that extends a main building
  • Alone at last, I remove the blackout screen …. and a new day begins in the Annex.   (source)
    annex = an addition that extends a main building
  • What Our Annex Family Is Interested In (A Systematic Survey of Courses and Reading Matter)   (source)
  • Here in the Annex the mood never varies.   (source)
  • If only he doesn't come back demanding to see the Annex.   (source)
  • What the other members of the Annex family think about the war doesn't matter.   (source)
  • Now I've introduced you to the whole of our lovely Annex!   (source)
  • Number nine is not part of our Annex family, although she does share our house and table.   (source)
  • In the true spirit of the Annex, I should talk to you about food.   (source)
  • Here in the Annex it's not such a good idea.   (source)
  • I must say that the Annex Committee (the men's section) is very creative.   (source)
  • The windows in the Annex were open, and the Keg people saw that too.   (source)
  • Downstairs in the office as well as upstairs in the Annex, there was great hilarity.   (source)
  • He showed the gentlemen all there was to see, with the exception of the Secret Annex.   (source)
  • Today I'll tell you the general news here in the Annex.   (source)
  • After a long time, Lidewij and Augustus pulled me to my feet and I saw what was protected by the glass case: pencil marks on the wallpaper measuring the growth of all the children in the annex during the period they lived there, inch after inch until they would grow no more.   (source)
  • You are not allowed to leave the annex.   (source)
  • As the group moved through the rectangular annex toward the archway leading into the main church, Langdon was surprised by the barren austerity.   (source)
  • Forty feet away, peering out from the annex pews near the archway, Rémy Legaludec felt a rising alarm.   (source)
  • The altar boy looked doubtful but stalked back toward the annex, leaving Langdon, Sophie, and Teabing to eye one another gloomily.   (source)
  • Since coming up from the annex, I'd kept my hands hidden as best I could.†   (source)
  • Every few nights during the course of several weeks, I sneaked into the annex to let him in.†   (source)
  • Annex: "Do you think the Germans are too noble or humane to do it?†   (source)
  • Jan: "You can say what you like, I just don't believe Annex: "It's always the same old story.†   (source)
  • Annex: "Because we've already been through it all ourselves, First in Germany and then here.†   (source)
  • An ossuary annex?†   (source)
  • Katherine and Langdon were alone now, dashing through the cathedral's annex, following signs for "The Garth."†   (source)
  • For a moment, Langdon thought they were headed straight for the high altar, where the ten stones from Mount Sinai were embedded, but the old dean finally turned left and groped his way through a discreetly hidden door that led into an administrative annex.†   (source)
  • Although convenient, the ossuary annex went out of style quickly because of the stench that often wafted up into the cathedral.†   (source)
  • However, if the church did not have space or funds to create tombs for an entire family, they sometimes dug an ossuary annex-a hole in the floor near the tomb where they buried the less worthy family members.†   (source)
  • That very night while the Arashinos slept, I wrote to Mother by the light of the tadon burning under the dye vats in the annex.†   (source)
  • One bitter cold afternoon in November, three years after the end of the war, I was warming my hands over the dye vats in the annex when Mrs. Arashino came down to say that someone wished to see me.†   (source)
  • Annex: "Don't you remember Goebbels saying that if the Germans have to go, they'll slam the doors to all the occupied territories behind them?"†   (source)
  • A good example of the explicit warnings of the male contingent is the following conversation with Jan: Annex: "We're afraid that when the Germans retreat, they'll take the entire population with them."†   (source)
  • Annex: "Absolutely not.†   (source)
  • Annex: "Trains?†   (source)
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  • For these affairs, Joe literally annexed the square as his own front yard.†   (source)
  • When Germany annexed Austria in March of 1938 and occupied the Sudentenland area of Czechoslovakia six months later, discrimination against Jews increased there as well.†   (source)
  • Ossuary annexes were a cheap ecclesiastic fix to an awkward dilemma.†   (source)
  • The Colony of Connecticut is annexed to Massachusetts.†   (source)
  • On June 29, 1889, when Holmes's building was half completed, Chicago annexed Englewood and soon afterward established a new police precinct, the Tenth, Second Division, at Sixty-third and Wentworth, seven blocks from Holmes's pharmacy.†   (source)
  • Before Stalin annexed Eastern Europe.†   (source)
  • By then, with the farmlands and many of the Mexicans of Klingerman Street removed, the City of Rosemead annexed this part of South San Gabriel and it ceased being unwanted county territory.†   (source)
  • The Empire has rightfully annexed this land.†   (source)
  • After a moment, the bearers strode to a small room annexed to the main chamber.†   (source)
  • A fellow standing on a piano declared that the fire was the friend of the "Alsatia refers to Alsace-Lorraine, a region in northeastern France that was annexed by Germany in 1871.†   (source)
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  • In 1877, when James Fitzsimmons was three, the Coney Island Jockey Club annexed his family's Brooklyn neighborhood and literally built a track around his house, leaving it standing in the infield while the racing world revolved around it.†   (source)
  • But annexed to it and preserved with it, probably m a single red case, were the three large volumes, bound in red leather, that Bilbo gave to him as a parting gift.†   (source)
  • After the detective left, Lucien roamed around the hospital to familiarize himself with the maze of corridors and annexes and split-levels.†   (source)
  • If you'd asked me before you …. annexed us, I'd have said it was a fate worse than death."†   (source)
  • You take the shops and I'll take the annexes.†   (source)
  • A cordon of waist-high bookcases lined three walls, their shelves cram-jammed and literally sagging with books—children's books, textbooks, second-hand books, Book Club books, plus an even more heterogeneous overflow from less communal "annexes" of the apartment.†   (source)
  • And I'm sure it's hard not to think of what your own ancestors went through when they were annexed."†   (source)
  • No, I think you're Ghaonish, and they were only annexed a few centuries ago, weren't they?†   (source)
  • Only 6,318 people had lived here when Radchaai forces annexed Shis'urna five years earlier, and of course the annexation had reduced that number.†   (source)
  • And your estimate of the typical percentage of annexed populations who were made into ancillaries is excessive.†   (source)
  • Your ancestors were never annexed.†   (source)
  • Abroad, grim old Britain had sent her ultimatum to the South Africans in 1899; Lord Roberts ("Little Bobs," as he was known affectionately to his men) was appointed commander-in-chief after several British reverses; the Transvaal Republic was annexed to Great Britain in September 1900, and formally annexed in the month of Eugene's birth.†   (source)
  • Here you can scarcely understand what it means that the United States has annexed that enormous territory which was the cradle of the Faith in the New World.†   (source)
  • They were talking business; had met, indeed, to discuss an anticipated appeal from the Provincial Council at Baltimore for the founding of an Apostolic Vicarate in New Mexico—a part of North America recently annexed to the United States.†   (source)
  • The authorities at Rome notified Father Latour that this new territory was to be annexed to his diocese, but that as the national boundary lines often cut parishes in two, the boundaries of Church jurisdiction must be settled by conference with the Mexican Bishops of Chihuahua and Sonora.†   (source)
  • Hassan annexed the stallion intended for Aziz, and defied Mahmoud Ali's man from its altitude.†   (source)
  • He reduced Judea to a Roman province, and annexed it to the prefecture of Syria.†   (source)
  • A clever nation would have conquered a very stupid one and annexed it.†   (source)
  • "We will not quarrel for the greater share of blame annexed to that evening," said Elizabeth.†   (source)
  • He was the disciple of a holy man annexed by a strong-willed old lady.†   (source)
  • There was to be plantation music in the studio after dinner—for Mrs. Fisher, despairing of the republic, had taken up modelling, and annexed to her small crowded house a spacious apartment, which, whatever its uses in her hours of plastic inspiration, served at other times for the exercise of an indefatigable hospitality.†   (source)
  • Margaret was all for sight-seeing, and while the others were finishing their tea at the Raven, she annexed a motor and hurried over the astonishing city.†   (source)
  • The apple lay untouched on her desk until the next morning, when little Timothy Andrews, who swept the school and kindled the fire, annexed it as one of his perquisites.†   (source)
  • Conning for an hour in the British Museum the pages of works devoted to extinct, half-extinct, obscured, and ruined families appertaining to the quarter of England in which he proposed to settle, he considered that d'Urberville looked and sounded as well as any of them: and d'Urberville accordingly was annexed to his own name for himself and his heirs eternally.†   (source)
  • …nights; by a comparison of incidents and dialogue, down to the very last word he may have written a fortnight before, do your utmost to anticipate his plot—all this without his permission, and against his will; and then, to crown the whole proceeding, publish in some mean pamphlet, an unmeaning farrago of garbled extracts from his work, to which your name as author, with the honourable distinction annexed, of having perpetrated a hundred other outrages of the same description.†   (source)
  • It gradually annexed province after province, purchasing them of the native chiefs, whom it seldom paid, and appointed the governor-general and his subordinates, civil and military.†   (source)
  • He learned from Mrs. Osmond that her husband had made a large collection before their marriage and that, though he had annexed a number of fine pieces within the last three years, he had achieved his greatest finds at a time when he had not the advantage of her advice.†   (source)
  • A Fahrenheit's thermometer in a mahogany case, and with a barometer annexed, was hung against the wall, at some little distance from the stove, which Benjamin consulted, every half hour, with prodigious exactitude.†   (source)
  • Lieutenant Truxton told me that, when Texas was annexed, there was a careful discussion among the officers, whether they should get hold of Nolan's handsome set of maps and cut Texas out of it,—from the map of the world and the map of Mexico.†   (source)
  • "As to all that," rejoined Sir Walter coolly, "supposing I were induced to let my house, I have by no means made up my mind as to the privileges to be annexed to it.†   (source)
  • …flourishing resolutions, which briefly recounted the general utility of education, the political and geographical rights of the village of Templeton to a participation in the favors of the regents of the university, the salubrity of the air, and wholesomeness of the water, together with the cheapness of food and the superior state of morals in the neighbor hood, were uniformly annexed, in large Roman capitals, the names of Marmaduke Temple as chairman and Richard Jones as secretary.†   (source)
  • It was a term in common use throughout the new parts of the State; and was usually annexed to the landlord's name, as "Temple's or Effingham's Patent," Major Hartmann was a descendant of a man who, in company with a number of his countrymen, had emigrated with their families from the banks of the Rhine to those of the Mohawk.†   (source)
  • The new are either entirely new, as was Milan to Francesco Sforza, or they are, as it were, members annexed to the hereditary state of the prince who has acquired them, as was the kingdom of Naples to that of the King of Spain.†   (source)
  • I propos'd to myself, for the sake of clearness, to use rather more names, with fewer ideas annex'd to each, than a few names with more ideas; and I included under thirteen names of virtues all that at that time occurr'd to me as necessary or desirable, and annexed to each a short precept, which fully express'd the extent I gave to its meaning.†   (source)
  • Their attention and wit were drawn off to his more fortunate rival; and the raillery which the other had incurred before any partiality arose, was removed when his feelings began really to call for the ridicule so justly annexed to sensibility.†   (source)
  • I propos'd to myself, for the sake of clearness, to use rather more names, with fewer ideas annex'd to each, than a few names with more ideas; and I included under thirteen names of virtues all that at that time occurr'd to me as necessary or desirable, and annexed to each a short precept, which fully express'd the extent I gave to its meaning.†   (source)
  • The Romans, in the countries which they annexed, observed closely these measures; they sent colonies and maintained friendly relations with(*) the minor powers, without increasing their strength; they kept down the greater, and did not allow any strong foreign powers to gain authority.†   (source)
  • He who has annexed them, if he wishes to hold them, has only to bear in mind two considerations: the one, that the family of their former lord is extinguished; the other, that neither their laws nor their taxes are altered, so that in a very short time they will become entirely one body with the old principality.†   (source)
  • CHAPTER V — CONCERNING THE WAY TO GOVERN CITIES OR PRINCIPALITIES WHICH LIVED UNDER THEIR OWN LAWS BEFORE THEY WERE ANNEXED Whenever those states which have been acquired as stated have been accustomed to live under their own laws and in freedom, there are three courses for those who wish to hold them: the first is to ruin them, the next is to reside there in person, the third is to permit them to live under their own laws, drawing a tribute, and establishing within it an oligarchy…†   (source)
  • This 'dining hall' where I now sit, however, is a modern annexe built to adjoin the main building - a long, fiat room characterized by rows of large windows on either side.†   (source)
    unconventional spelling: This is a British spelling. Americans use annex.
  • PILKINGS [takes him to one side] Listen Bob, that cellar in the disused annexe of the Residency, you know, where the slaves were stored before being taken down to the coast ….†   (source)
  • /Annexe/ is only the noun form.†   (source)
  • On this map, borrowed from an English periodical called /New Europe/ without correction, /annex/ is spelled /annexe/.†   (source)
  • [17] It clings to the /-our/ and /-re/ endings and to /annexe/, /waggon/ and /cheque/, but it prefers /jail/ to /gaol/, /net/ to /nett/, /asphalt/ to /asphalte/ and /story/ to /storey/, and comes out flatly for /judgment/, /fuse/ and /siren/.†   (source)
  • As compensation in the case of /annexe/ I find /annex/ on pages 11 and 23 of A Report on the Treatment by the Enemy of British Prisoners of War Behind the Firing Lines in France and Belgium; Miscellaneous No. 7 (1918).†   (source)
  • [Pg242] VII Differences in Spelling § 1 /Typical Forms/—Some of the salient differences between American and English spelling are shown in the following list of common words: /American/ /English/ Anemia anaemia aneurism aneurysm annex (noun) annexe arbor arbour armor armour asphalt asphalte ataxia ataxy ax axe balk (verb) baulk baritone barytone bark (ship) barque behavior behaviour behoove behove buncombe bunkum burden (ship's) burthen cachexia cachexy caliber calibre candor candour…†   (source)
  • I made my humblest acknowledgment to this illustrious person, for his great communicativeness; and promised, "if ever I had the good fortune to return to my native country, that I would do him justice, as the sole inventor of this wonderful machine;" the form and contrivance of which I desired leave to delineate on paper, as in the figure here annexed.†   (source)
  • I made these wars for Egypt; and the queen,— Whose heart I thought I had, for she had mine; Which, whilst it was mine, had annex'd unto't A million moe, now lost,—she, Eros, has Pack'd cards with Caesar, and false-play'd my glory Unto an enemy's triumph.†   (source)
  • ** *dainty **fruit-girls Singers with harpes, baudes,* waferers,** *revellers **cake-sellers Which be the very devil's officers, To kindle and blow the fire of lechery, That is annexed unto gluttony.†   (source)
  • But it hath already been shown, that not onely the whole Militia, or forces of the Common-wealth; but also the Judicature of all Controversies, is annexed to the Soveraignty.†   (source)
  • The muff was so very remarkable, that our heroe might possibly have recollected it without the information annexed.†   (source)
  • No bills of rights appear annexed to the constitutions of the other States, except the foregoing, and their constitutions are equally silent.†   (source)
  • Yet sometimes nations will decline so low From virtue, which is reason, that no wrong, But justice, and some fatal curse annexed, Deprives them of their outward liberty; Their inward lost: Witness the irreverent son Of him who built the ark; who, for the shame Done to his father, heard this heavy curse, Servant of servants, on his vicious race.†   (source)
  • As the conversation of fellows of this kind is of all others the most detestable to men of any sense, the cloth was no sooner removed than Mr Jones withdrew, and a little barbarously left poor Mrs Whitefield to do a penance, which I have often heard Mr Timothy Harris, and other publicans of good taste, lament, as the severest lot annexed to their calling, namely, that of being obliged to keep company with their guests.†   (source)
  • It is equally evident, that the members of each department should be as little dependent as possible on those of the others, for the emoluments annexed to their offices.†   (source)
  • To Him Also Belongeth The Right Of All Judicature And Decision Of Controversies: Eightly, is annexed to the Soveraigntie, the Right of Judicature; that is to say, of hearing and deciding all Controversies, which may arise concerning Law, either Civill, or naturall, or concerning Fact.†   (source)
  • …thenne,* *thence Yet will the fire as fair and lighte brenne* *burn As twenty thousand men might it behold; *Its office natural aye will it hold,* *it will perform its On peril of my life, till that it die. natural duty* Here may ye see well how that gentery* *gentility, nobility Is not annexed to possession, Since folk do not their operation Alway, as doth the fire, lo, *in its kind* *from its very nature* For, God it wot, men may full often find A lorde's son do shame and villainy.†   (source)
  • The new soldiers were now produced before the officer, who having examined the six-feet man, he being first produced, came next to survey Jones: at the first sight of whom, the lieutenant could not help showing some surprize; for besides that he was very well dressed, and was naturally genteel, he had a remarkable air of dignity in his look, which is rarely seen among the vulgar, and is indeed not inseparably annexed to the features of their superiors.†   (source)
  • And Of Choosing All Counsellours, And Ministers, Both Of Peace, And Warre: Tenthly, is annexed to the Soveraignty, the choosing of all Councellours, Ministers, Magistrates, and Officers, both in peace, and War.†   (source)
  • The proviso annexed is proper in itself, and was probably rendered absolutely necessary by jealousies and questions concerning the Western territory sufficiently known to the public.†   (source)
  • If there be no penalty annexed to disobedience, the resolutions or commands which pretend to be laws will, in fact, amount to nothing more than advice or recommendation.†   (source)
  • For in their Seats of Justice they represent the person of the Soveraign; and their Sentence, is his Sentence; For (as hath been before declared) all Judicature is essentially annexed to the Soveraignty; and therefore all other Judges are but Ministers of him, or them that have the Soveraign Power.†   (source)
  • Indeed, the sensations of pleasure it gives are much more constant as well as much keener, than those which that blind lady bestows; nature having wisely contrived, that some satiety and languor should be annexed to all our real enjoyments, lest we should be so taken up by them, as to be stopt from further pursuits.†   (source)
  • Besides this, he had dissolved his subjects from their allegiance by breaking his Coronation Oath, to which their allegiance is annexed; for he had imprisoned bishops because they would not give up their religion, and turned out judges because they would not absolutely surrender the law into his hands; nay, he seized this himself, and when he claimed a dispensing power, he declared himself, in fact, as absolute as any tyrant ever was or can be.†   (source)
  • That The Civill Soveraign Being A Christian Hath The Right Of Appointing Pastors And first, we are to remember, that the Right of Judging what Doctrines are fit for Peace, and to be taught the Subjects, is in all Common-wealths inseparably annexed (as hath been already proved cha.†   (source)
  • What I have wished to evince is, that the charge brought against the proposed Constitution, of violating the sacred maxim of free government, is warranted neither by the real meaning annexed to that maxim by its author, nor by the sense in which it has hitherto been understood in America.†   (source)
  • Where The Punishment Is Annexed To The Law, A Greater Hurt Is Not Punishment, But Hostility Eighthly, If a Punishment be determined and prescribed in the Law it selfe, and after the crime committed, there be a greater Punishment inflicted, the excesse is not Punishment, but an act of hostility.†   (source)
  • Stability in government is essential to national character and to the advantages annexed to it, as well as to that repose and confidence in the minds of the people, which are among the chief blessings of civil society.†   (source)
  • Were the objection to be read by one who had not seen the mode prescribed by the Constitution for the choice of representatives, he could suppose nothing less than that some unreasonable qualification of property was annexed to the right of suffrage; or that the right of eligibility was limited to persons of particular families or fortunes; or at least that the mode prescribed by the State constitutions was in some respect or other, very grossly departed from.†   (source)
  • Punishments Declared Before The Fact, Excuse From Greater Punishments After It But when a penalty, is either annexed to the Crime in the Law it selfe, or hath been usually inflicted in the like cases; there the Delinquent is Excused from a greater penalty.†   (source)
  • And in this Chayn, there are linked together both pleasing and unpleasing events; in such manner, as he that will do any thing for his pleasure, must engage himselfe to suffer all the pains annexed to it; and these pains, are the Naturall Punishments of those actions, which are the beginning of more Harme that Good.†   (source)
  • The Power And Honour Of Subjects Vanisheth In The Presence Of The Power Soveraign This great Authority being indivisible, and inseparably annexed to the Soveraignty, there is little ground for the opinion of them, that say of Soveraign Kings, though they be Singulis Majores, of greater Power than every one of their Subjects, yet they be Universis Minores, of lesse power than them all together.†   (source)
  • …Away Without Direct Renouncing Of The Soveraign Power And because they are essentiall and inseparable Rights, it follows necessarily, that in whatsoever, words any of them seem to be granted away, yet if the Soveraign Power it selfe be not in direct termes renounced, and the name of Soveraign no more given by the Grantees to him that Grants them, the Grant is voyd: for when he has granted all he can, if we grant back the Soveraignty, all is restored, as inseparably annexed thereunto.†   (source)
  • And therefore, And Judge Of What Doctrines Are Fit To Be Taught Them Sixtly, it is annexed to the Soveraignty, to be Judge of what Opinions and Doctrines are averse, and what conducing to Peace; and consequently, on what occasions, how farre, and what, men are to be trusted withall, in speaking to Multitudes of people; and who shall examine the Doctrines of all bookes before they be published.†   (source)
  • Naturall Evill Consequences, No Punishments Sixthly, whereas to certain actions, there be annexed by Nature, divers hurtfull consequences; as when a man in assaulting another, is himselfe slain, or wounded; or when he falleth into sicknesse by the doing of some unlawfull act; such hurt, though in respect of God, who is the author of Nature, it may be said to be inflicted, and therefore a Punishment divine; yet it is not contaned in the name of Punishment in respect of men, because it…†   (source)
  • The Right Of Making Rules, Whereby The Subject May Every Man Know What Is So His Owne, As No Other Subject Can Without Injustice Take It From Him Seventhly, is annexed to the Soveraigntie, the whole power of prescribing the Rules, whereby every man may know, what Goods he may enjoy and what Actions he may doe, without being molested by any of his fellow Subjects: And this is it men Call Propriety.†   (source)
  • Hatred, Lust, Ambition, Covetousnesse, Causes Of Crime As for the Passions, of Hate, Lust, Ambition, and Covetousnesse, what Crimes they are apt to produce, is so obvious to every mans experience and understanding, as there needeth nothing to be said of them, saving that they are infirmities, so annexed to the nature, both of man, and all other living creatures, as that their effects cannot be hindred, but by extraordinary use of Reason, or a constant severity in punishing them.†   (source)
  • In so much, as if St. Peter, or our Saviour himself had converted any of them to beleeve him, and to acknowledge his Kingdome; yet because his Kingdome is not of this world, he had left the supreme care of converting his subjects to none but him; or else hee must have deprived him of the Soveraignty, to which the Right of Teaching is inseparably annexed.†   (source)
  • And Of Making War, And Peace, As He Shall Think Best: Ninthly, is annexed to the Soveraignty, the Right of making Warre, and Peace with other Nations, and Common-wealths; that is to say, of Judging when it is for the publique good, and how great forces are to be assembled, armed, and payd for that end; and to levy mony upon the Subjects, to defray the expenses thereof.†   (source)
  • …he means, that such Temporall Jurisdiction belongeth to him of Right, but that this Right is but a Consequence of his Pastorall Authority, the which he could not exercise, unlesse he have the other with it: And therefore to the Pastorall Power (which he calls Spirituall) the Supreme Power Civill is necessarily annexed; and that thereby hee hath a Right to change Kingdomes, giving them to one, and taking them from another, when he shall think it conduces to the Salvation of Souls.†   (source)
  • …By The Church Of Rome And first, to this Error, That The Present Church Now Militant On Earth, Is The Kingdome Of God, (that is, the Kingdome of Glory, or the Land of Promise; not the Kingdome of Grace, which is but a Promise of the Land,) are annexed these worldly Benefits, First, that the Pastors, and Teachers of the Church, are entitled thereby, as Gods Publique Ministers, to a Right of Governing the Church; and consequently (because the Church, and Common-wealth are the same…†   (source)
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