Definition of Sipes
1. sipe [v] - See also: sipe
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Literary usage of Sipes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Southern Planter (1852)
"Thomas T. Munford, to January, 1853, 1 AW Nolting, to January, 1853, 1 Henry E. sipes, to January, ..."
2. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1910)
"The south eighty acres was the better land, and all, or nearly all, in a state of cultivation. sipes and his family moved onto the land in ..."
3. The Dune Country by Earl Howell Reed (1916)
"CHAPTER V OLD sipes BEYOND its barren wastes, inland, the dune country merges into the fertile soil and comes into contact with the highly trained ..."
4. Scheyichbi and the Strand: Or, Early Days Along the Delaware ; with an by Edward Smith Wheeler (1876)
"In their dealings with the white man," says Colonel Wm. B. sipes, in his sketch of the Pennsylvania Railroad, " they were scrupulously honest, ..."
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