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(RQ:Florio Montaigne Essayes), I spake to that purpose(nb..).
(RQ:Scott Waverley)undertook at her instance to restore them.
A token; a sign; a symptom or indication.
That which is urgent; motive.
(RQ:Shakespeare Comedy of Errors)
Occasion; order of occurrence.
(RQ:Hale The History of the Common Law of England)
- These seem as if, in the time of Edward I., they were drawn up into the form of a law, in the first instance.
- most remarkable instances of suffering
- sometimes we love those that are absent, saith Philostratus, and gives instance in his friend Athenodorus, that loved a maid at Corinth whom he never saw(..)
(quote-journal)|passage=The organisations claim fraudsters are targeting properties belonging to both individuals and companies, in some instances using forged documents.
2006 September 1, "Dan" (username), "Re: DPS Classes: Why should I heal you?", in (monospace), Usenet:
- As long as the most difficult instance you've tried is Gnomeregan, you're never going to be credible talking about 'difficult encounters'.
2012, anonymous gamer quoted in Andrew Ee & Hichang Cho, "What Makes an MMORPG Leader? A Social Cognitive Theory-Based Approach to Understanding the Formation of Leadership Capabilities in Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games", ''Eludamos'', volume 6, page 31:
- Beating a difficult instance becomes second nature after running through it…a few times, with good leaders knowing exactly what to do and how to co-ordinate member actions.
An individual copy of such a dungeon or other area.
2005 January 11, Patrick B., "Re: Instance dungeons", in (monospace), Usenet:
- The instance is created for the group that enters it.
2005 December 6, "Rene" (username), "Re: Does group leader affect drops?", in (monospace), Usenet:
- As soon as the first player enters (spawns) a new instance, it appears that the loottable is somehow chosen.
(quote-book)|title=Francesca Carrara|volume=3|page=93|text=The reason why so many fallacious opinions have passed into proverbs is owing to that carelessness which makes the individual instance the general rule.
(quote-journal) now existing in the northern part of the Colony.
1946, E. M. Butler, ''Rainer Maria Rilke'', p. 404
- The poems which I have instanced are concrete and relatively glaring examples of the intangible difference which the change of language made in Rilke's visions .