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APPRIZING. A name for an action in the Scotch law, by which a creditor formerly carried off the estates of his debtor in payment of debts due to him in lieu of which, adjudications are now resorted to.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The chief minister while apprizing the catastrophe of flood and relief activities to the minister said the province had undergone the worst ever flood of history.
Repeat her words as if you're memorizing-- baby squid and by the tentacles you said, and down my gullet --and it lulls a person into thinking you're not sizing her up anymore, the silence of apprizing over.
The short training program complete, Cargill moved Woodall into management and a few more miles from home, to Hugoton, where his main task was working with farmers around the countryside: buying, marketing, and apprizing farmers of the current market conditions.