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Butty, a word used in the mining districts to denote a kind of overseer.
It may denote, first of all, the number of molecules in a given body.
This is to denote that the tree has been devoted to a demon; and sometimes to Vishnu or the Kattregam dewol.
But we take it rather to denote the gospel salvation itself.
After bon (wesan) to denote duty or necessity: Hwt is n m ymbe is t sprecanne, What more is there now to say about this?
By this I do not mean to denote any geographical limit or boundary.
And the symbols connected with him denote the object of his mission and the work which he performs.
But what did this friendship with Gabrielle Tennison denote?
The name macadam is often used now to denote the material used in making roads.
It finally began to denote any people who were not of the sacred seed of Abraham.
denote 1590s, from M.Fr. denoter, from L. denotare "denote, mark out," from de- "completely" + notare "to mark."