Pogson, 5909, Crown Theological Library); Der Sinn and Wert des Lebens (1908; Eng.
13 (1899); Shalk, "Der Sinn der Mykorrhizenbildung," Jahrb.
Sinn en-Nabreh, a ruin on a spur of the hills close to the last-mentioned site, represents the ancient Sennabris, where Vespasian (Josephus, B.J.
BRUCKENAU, a town and fashionable watering-place of Germany, in the kingdom of Bavaria, on the Sinn, 16 m.
The mineral springs, five in number, situated in the pleasant valley of the Sinn, 2 m.
Casement, who with two companions had landed in a collapsible boat at Banna, was arrested on the 24th in a ruined fort which afterwards became a place of pilgrimage for Sinn Fein Irishmen.
Also a sketch by McQuilland in Sunday Herald (April 30 1916), and the White Paper issued by the British Government, Documents relating to the Sinn Fein Movement (Cmd.