Definition of Pollicies
1. pollicy [n] - See also: pollicy
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Literary usage of Pollicies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science by Johns Hopkins University (1908)
"... belonging to other Princes or States, and to examine by what conduct and pollicies they govern or benefit them; and you are to consult and provide that ..."
2. Machiavelli by Niccolò Machiavelli (1905)
"210 The provisions that is mete to bee made, for the defence of a towne, . . . • . .212 Divers pollicies, for the ..."
3. The History of Lloyd's and of Marine Insurance in Great Britain: With an by Frederick Martin (1876)
"... out of pollicies of assurances, suche as now are or hereafter shall be entered within the office of assurances within the Citie of London, ..."
4. Life-records of Chaucer by Richard Edward Gent Kirk, Edward Augustus Bond, Frederick James Furnivall, Walter Rye, Walford Dakin Selby, Francis Tate (1875)
"talking of Cronicles of Kingc^, and of others pollicies, ... and other pollicies, to pipe and harp and sing, and to keep honest company with me, ..."
5. Turbervile's Booke of Hunting, 1576 by George Turberville (1908)
"... on bothe fides of the way : for oftentimes the Hare followeth the high wayes very farr e, to double, erode and vfe pollicies, and will neuer ..."
6. Machiavelli by Niccolò Machiavelli (1905)
"... and pollicies, . .198 The occation of the ... 210 The provisions that is mete to bee made, for the defence of a towne, . . . . .212 Divers pollicies, ..."
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