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Definition of Circs
1. circumstances [n]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Circs
Literary usage of Circs
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1. Official Methods of Analysis by Society of Leather Trades' Chemists (1920)
"circs. 25 and 63; Abs. Chem. Centr., 1898, 69: (2), 943. ... circs. 25 and 63; Allen. Commercial Organic Analysis. 4th ed., 1911, 5; Leach-\V inton. ..."
2. Specimen of an Etimological Vocabulary, Or, Essay, by Means of the Analitic by John Cleland (1768)
"The two ranges formed the cells, Heils or Hels, from which the circs which had fuch ... all circs, or churches, were not colleges or min- fters) were ..."