Confused Words: born vs borne

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

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