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Cruden

/ˈkruːdən/
noun
1.
Alexander. 1701–70, Scottish bookseller and compiler of a well-known biblical concordance (1737)
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  • Mr cruden may have been correct in his conjecture, madam, although I fear the contrary.

    Reginald Cruden Talbot Baines Reed
  • cruden was on old comrade, who did me more than one good turn.

    Reginald Cruden Talbot Baines Reed
  • These were the keen-looking men who were at cruden when he was.

  • I went back to cruden with my mind in a whirl of thoughts and feelings.

  • I came away satisfied, and wheeled back to cruden with what speed I could.

  • I got in the cart again and went to cruden as hard as the mare could go.

  • Most of the Concordances published since are founded upon cruden.

  • cruden says that sacrifice was offered by Adam and his sons.

    Jesus Fulfils the Law One of the Society of Friends
  • Show him how to take his cruden and how to make a picture to his opening mind of the Fast-days of Scripture.

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