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used in 1776

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commonly found in a particular place — (especially organisms in a geographic location or diseases amongst a particular group)
  • The fact that they were of like mind on most matters military and political, and got along well, seemed to preclude the friction and jealousies between the Royal Navy and the army frequently endemic to such joint operations.
    p. 144.2

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