Confused Words: born vs borne

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1. A solitary flower is e on a long, upright stem.
2. He was in Glasgow, Scotland in 1927.
3. Lafontaine was in Gosselies, Belgium.
4. He was in Sieradz and died in Łódź.
5. The arms have been e since 20 March 1990.
6. They have a daughter, Marianna ( 1997).
7. The pedunculated oak has its acorns e upon a footstool.
8. After Griselda has e him a daughter, Walter decides to test her loyalty.
9. "No, I don't," said the captain, "but his mother did; he was with it.
10. And who are we that are His children and what work were we to perform?
11. Other expenses are e by the Government of India.
12. At least it is music to me, but then I was in the South.
13. Nothing ever had the same shape when I was coming downstream that it had e when I went up.
14. Gravé Du Pont had e arms before becoming a merchant.
15. Faustina had e him several children, of whom he was passionately fond.
16. The little town has e more names than any other town in the county.
17. He was in Garioch in Aberdeenshire.
18. ``I had to get into the front rank; I was not there, was I?''
19. There are specific forms of the surname that are e by married and unmarried females.
20. I left all who were dear to me, and went away; and believed that I had e it, and it was past.
21. As of 2004, no other ship in the United States Navy has e this name.
22. Collins was in Indianapolis, Indiana.
23. It is not known when Yuwen Shiji was .
24. He was in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.
25. Following is a list of publications of these types that have e the name.
26. In some species, the inner peridium is e on a stalk or pedicel.
27. They have a son ( 1968) and a daughter ( 1970).
28. His parents were both in Connecticut.
29. It was the only ship of the Navy to have e this name.
30. Johnny was to a Venezuelan and Trinidadian.
31. They are e on winged petioles up to 5 centimeters long.
32. They've been doing it since before I was ...
33. Bland was in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
34. They are e on a slender peduncle, originating from the base of the back of the leaf.
35. This surname was also e by the eighth Baronet.
36. In "Aiphanes", male and female flowers are e together on the same inflorescence.
37. Collinder was in Sundsvall, Sweden.
38. Hammond was in Frederick, Maryland.
39. 66.9% of residents were in Australia.
40. The flower is solitary or e in a cluster of up to four.

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