Definition of Anyones
1. anyone [n] - See also: anyone
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Literary usage of Anyones
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Parish Registers in England: Their History and Contents, with Suggestions by Robert Edmond Chester Waters (1883)
"... free and kind for any in sickness or woman in her travail or childbed, and for answering for anyones child, and readie to give to anyones marriage. ..."
2. The Small Business Innovation Research Program: The First Decade (1993)
"Increasing the setaside of SBIR funds, in concert with overall increases in federally funded RiD, will not gore anyones ox and will be a major stimulus to ..."
3. Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society by New Hampshire Historical Society (1915)
"... and in case anyone petitions for a road through anyones farm the petitioners shall pay all damage that may be assessed on the same. ..."
4. An Evaluation of Community-driven Economic Development, Land Tenure, and by E. L. Nel, Trevor Raymond Hill, Human Sciences Research Council (2000)
"The acacia trees, thorn trees or "anyones" growing along the river were used by 65% of the total respondents. The chopping down of trees varied greatly ..."