Definition of Erned
1. erne [v] - See also: erne
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Literary usage of Erned
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1. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"... for instance, on the origin of the human soul and on the fate of children who die without baptism, are open to criticism. erned by Cardinal Richelieu, ..."
2. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1902)
"erned by the principle embodied in the treaty of tions it had oll'ered to the construction of the Arranged with M. Delcassé a modus ..."
3. Democracy and the Eastern Question: The Problem of the Far East as by Thomas Franklin Millard (1919)
"... motives analyzed—Periods of Japan's war policy—Its various motivations—Gov. erned by expediency and opportunity—Lessons of the war—Making Japan's army ..."
4. The Cyclopædia of Education: A Dictionary of Information for the Use of by Henry Kiddle, Alexander Jacob Schem (1876)
"These schools will be gov- , erned by a school board of six members, besides the chief officer of the city government, ..."
5. Ruling Case Law as Developed and Established by the Decisions and by William Mark McKinney, Burdett Alberto Rich (1915)
"erned by the event of the criminal prosecution. It has been said that the prevention of double punishment in such case lies with the criminal rather than ..."
6. A Practical Dictionary of the English and German Languages by Felix Flügel, Johann Gottfried Flügel (1861)
"... 'erned, аф. 1. Doller фо^еп, 2. in$>6b,« ... erned ..."