Definition of Enduros
1. Noun. (plural of enduro) ¹
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Definition of Enduros
1. enduro [n] - See also: enduro
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Literary usage of Enduros
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1. Diderot and the Encyclopædists by John Morley (1886)
"... enduros, and quite forget that they are also i),. MUM "I ll" I''8 pleasures. ..."
2. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1900)
"It requires a loamy, preferably calcareous soil, shuns poor sand and swamp, ascends to 'Л,500 ft. in the Alps; prefers north and cost exposures, enduros ..."
3. Report of the Annual Meeting (1868)
"... and may remain in any situation of difficult access as long as the instrument enduros. This principle is applicable to all instruments which indicate by ..."
4. Systematic Theology: A Compendium and Commonplace-book Designed for the Use by Augustus Hopkins Strong (1909)
"as long as this world or œon enduros." in all the passages cited above, the condition denoted by alan« laste as long as the object endures of which it is ..."
5. Eloquence of the United States by Ebenezer Bancroft Williston (1827)
"... and stands firm, amidst the ruins of a mouldering world, und enduros forever. Thither lly, ye prisoners of hope !—that when earth, air, clements, ..."
6. Adventures and Observations on the West Coast of Africa, and Its Islands by Charles W. Thomas (1860)
"Her name shall live while the English language enduros ; her grave shall be guarded as a sacred thing while the British flag floats over African soil. ..."
7. Reports of State Trials: New Series... 1820 to ...by John Macdonell, Great Britain State Trials Committee, John Edward Power Wallis by John Macdonell, Great Britain State Trials Committee, John Edward Power Wallis (1889)
"A peerage depends for its very existence upon the royal will : it enduros only under such circumstances, and for so long a time, as its creator is pleased ..."
8. A Biblical and Theological Dictionary: Explanatory of the History, Manners by Richard Watson, Nathan Bangs (1832)
"... but he enduros and is present ; he endures always, and is present every where ; he is omnipresent, not onlv virtually, but also substantially ..."