English words and Examples of Usage
use "amass" in a sentence
Such laborers could amass
private property and even be promoted to higher positions.
While his father was away at war, Ramsay began to amass
troops at the Dreadfort.
One of his main goals as ruler was to permanently curb the influence of merchants and landlords, yet several of
the decision to amalgamate
the Suva and Lautoka Teachers' Associations was made.
Certain existing condominiums can amalgamate
, and existing properties can be converted to condominium (provided municipal require
ments for the same are met).
Soon after a decision was made to amalgamate
St Kilda FC with nearby Prahran Football Club.
Not until 1095 and the Council of Clermont did the Reconquista amalgamate
the conflicting concepts of a peaceful pilgrimage and armed knight-errantry.
They agreed to fold and amalgamate
with Mill Lane Mission in 1906 but did not formally do so until they had honoured their
remaining obligations at the end of the 1907/08 season.
The plan was approved by early summer 1991 and proposed: The 2 battalions of the Royal Irish Rangers would amalgamate
to create a single "gene
Dustin Hoffman spoke very nasally and was parodie
d for his method acting - in one sketch, he manages to amalgamate
all of his most famous roles into one by demandin
g he play "a short, divorced gay woman who's mentally retarded".
It was proposed to amalgamate
the school in 1907 with the Established Church (Church of ire
land) school in Durrus.
In gwennap no such deposits were found and when low prices caused the collapse of the copper market in the 1860s, many mines were forced to close or amalgamate
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