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ranged “empire—The wide arch Of the,” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, i. 1. 34. “What in ancient masons' or bricklayers' work was denominated a range is now called a course” (STEEVENS) ; “ranged, meaning—orderly ranged; whose parts are now entire and distinct, like a number of wellbuilt edifices” (CAPELL) .

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