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First published 1963 (DOST Vol. III).
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Indentourly, adv. [f. indentour Indenture n.] In the manner of an indenture. — 1526 Acts II. 302/2.
That all gudis … sall be put in the handis of the provest of Abirdene … be auctentik inuentur indentourly maid
c 1532 Stirlings of Keir 339.
Till optempir and fulfill to me, … the contract indentourly mayd betuix vs

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