Definition of Crisic
1. crisis [adj] - See also: crisis
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Literary usage of Crisic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. English Grammar: Adapted to the Different Classes of Learners : with an by Lindley Murray (1809)
"British crisic, November, 1798. " These Exercises are in general well calculated to promote the purpose of information, not only with regard to orthography ..."
2. A Lifelong Passion: Nicholas and Alexandra: Their Own Story by Andrei Maylunas (2005)
"Steyn, K.; Rossouw, JE; Joubert, G. The coexistence of major coronary heart disease risk factors in the coloured population of the Cap« Peninsula (crisic ..."
3. Supervised Study: A Discussion of the Study Lesson in High School by Alfred Lawrence Hall-Quest (1920)
"At the time when the sex instinct assumes its more pronounced aspects and the individual enters upon perhaps the most crisic period of his development, ..."
4. Dr. Livingstone's Cambridge Lectures: Together with a Prefatory Letter by by David Livingstone (1860)
"The crisic. "The results of (Dr Livingstone's) explorations are given by the Editor in an Appendix which forms a very important portion of the volume. ..."
5. Revolutionary Essays in Socialist Faith and Fancy by Peter Edward Burrowes (1903)
"And had there been no other sense awakened by another crisic slip, that one sense would have gone on a lineal journey of transmitted activity, ..."