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conder Sentence Examples

  • at Jerusalem (1898); Conder, Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem (1897), and The City of Jerusalem (1909), an historical survey over 4000 years; Le Strange, Pal.

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  • Conder and H.

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  • Conder (based largely on Cypriote comparisons and phonetic values transferred from these) and C. J.

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  • Conder, Tentwork ii.

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  • U - Conder, in the Proceedings of the Royal institute of British Architects.)

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  • Conder, Tent Work, 203 ff.).

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  • Conder, Pal.

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  • Conder, Tent Work in Palestine (London, 1878), ii.

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  • Conder, Tent Work in Palestine (1878); G.

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  • Conder, Heth and Moab (1883); C. Baedeker, Palestine and Syria (1906); Victor Guerin, Description geographique, historique, et archeologique de la Palestine (1868-1880); G.

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  • Conder, Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1099 -1291 (1897); E.

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  • Conder, Tent-work in Palestine (1878), i.

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  • Conder in the latter journal, 1875, p. 152.

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  • sept., p. 157, 1605, fol.), and stated to have been derived by the Arabs from the Greek name, the term less commonly used by them being Conder: cf.

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  • at Jerusalem (1898); Conder, Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem (1897), and The City of Jerusalem (1909), an historical survey over 4000 years; Le Strange, Pal.

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  • Conder and H.

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  • Conder (based largely on Cypriote comparisons and phonetic values transferred from these) and C. J.

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  • Conder, Tentwork ii.

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  • U - Conder, in the Proceedings of the Royal institute of British Architects.)

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  • Other quarterly reviews worth mentioning are the Eclectic Review (1805-1868), edited down to 1834 by Josiah Conder (1789-1855) and supported by the Dissenters; the British Review (1811-1825; the Christian Remembrancer (1819-1868); the Retrospective Review (1820-1826, 1828, 1853-1854), for old books; the Foreign Quarterly Review (1827-1846), afterwards incorporated with the Westminster; the Foreign Review (1828-1829); the Dublin Review (1836), a Roman Catholic organ; the Foreign and Colonial Quarterly Review (1843-1847); the Prospective Review (1845-1855), given up to theology and literature, previously the Christian Teacher (1835-1844); the North British Review (1844-1871); the British Quarterly Review (1845), successor to the British and Foreign Review (1835-1844); the New Quarterly Review (1852-1861), the Scottish Review (1853-1862), published at Glasgow; the Wesleyan London Quarterly Review (1853-); the National Review (1855-1864); the Diplomatic Review (1855-1881); the Irish Quarterly Review (1851-1859), brought out in Dublin; the Home and Foreign Review (1862-1864); the Fine Arts Quarterly Review (1863-1865); the New Quarterly Magazine (1873-1880); the Catholic Union Review (1863-1874); the Anglican Church Quarterly Review (1875); Mind (1876), dealing with mental philosophy; the Modern Review (1880-1884); the Scottish Review (1882); the Asiatic Quarterly Review (1886; since 1891 the Imperial and Asiatic Quarterly Review); and the Jewish Quarterly Review.

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  • Conder, Tent Work, 203 ff.).

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  • Conder, Pal.

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  • Conder, Tent Work in Palestine (London, 1878), ii.

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  • Conder, Tent Work in Palestine (1878); G.

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  • Conder, Heth and Moab (1883); C. Baedeker, Palestine and Syria (1906); Victor Guerin, Description geographique, historique, et archeologique de la Palestine (1868-1880); G.

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  • Conder, Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1099 -1291 (1897); E.

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  • Conder, Tent-work in Palestine (1878), i.

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  • Conder in the latter journal, 1875, p. 152.

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  • sept., p. 157, 1605, fol.), and stated to have been derived by the Arabs from the Greek name, the term less commonly used by them being Conder: cf.

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