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  • P.C. Scotland; Foxe's Acts and Monuments; Hay Fleming's Martyrs and Confessors of St Andrews; Cramond's Truth about Wishart (1898); and Dict.
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  • See also the present writer's article in the Dict.
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  • Waynflete was not, as alleged (Dict.
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  • The most complete study of John of Salisbury is the monograph by C. Schaarschmidt, Johannes Sarisberiensis nach Leben and Studien, Schriften and Philosophie, 1862, which is a model of accurate and complete workmanship. See also the article in the Dict.
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  • Also the Works of John Strype; the Publications of the Parker Society; the Calendar of State Papers, Domestic; and the Dict.
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  • Besides the authorities cited in the Dict.
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  • Dict.
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  • Pollard's article in the Dict.
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  • Handbook of Bronzes (1877); King, Orfevrerie et ouvrages en metal du moyen age (1852-1854); Hefner-Alteneck, Serrurerie du moyen age (1869); Viollet-le-duc, Dict.
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  • " Theodoret," in HerzogHauck's Realencykl.; Venables's article in Smith and Wace's Dict.
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  • - A detailed bibliography, with the chief authorities for particular periods, will be found in the article in the Dict.
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  • Strype's Life of Grindal is the principal authority; see also Dict.
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  • Clark in Dict.
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  • Law (1848); Sir Leslie Stephen, English Thought in the 18th century, and in the Dict.
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  • S.); and Sidney Lee's article in the Dict.
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  • Dixon's Histories; Pollard's Cranmer and England under Somerset; other authorities cited in Dict.
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  • " Causes majeures "; Dict.
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  • (April 8, 1802), no express provision was made for ecclesiastical jurisdictions; but several bishops did create new ecclesiastical tribunals, " officialities " (Migne, Dict.
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  • Seccombe in the Dict.
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  • 5 See Kautzsch, " Religion of Israel," in Hastings's Dict.
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  • - Dict.
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  • It is suggested (Dict.
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  • and Hastings' Dict.
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  • Commentary, p. 425 sqq, and especially his article " Propitiation" in Hastings's Dict.
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  • Strachan, Hastings's Dict.
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  • Brewer, in his elaborate prefaces to the Letters and Papers (reissued as his History of the Reign of Henry VIII.), originated modern admiration for Wolsey; and his views are reflected in Creighton's Wolsey in the "Twelve English Statesmen" series, and in Dr Gairdner's careful articles in the Dict.
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  • Freemantle in Dict.
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  • Bass Mullinger's scholarly life in Dict.
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  • Long in Smith's Dict.
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  • x., and his Semitic Origins; Driver, Hastings' Dict.
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  • See also the article by Richard Hooper in the Dict.
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  • - See the article in Dict.
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  • "Greek Music" in Grove's Dict.
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  • and C. Peckham, Instincts and Habits of Solitary Wasps (1898); see also the bibliography (section "Instinct and Impulse") in Baldwin's Dict.
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  • Wilkins in Smith's Dict.
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  • Bib., Hastings's Dict.
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  • Only three or four fragments survive; see Lipsius (Smith and Wace, Dict.
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  • The question is not settled yet (see Lipsius in Smith's Dict.
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  • Lipsius, on the other hand, accepts the statements of Jerome (Smith and Wace, Dict.
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  • Lipsius (Smith's Dict.
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  • Salmon (Dict.
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  • 820-834, particularly pp. 827-828; Chase, in Hastings' Bible Dict.
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  • (See Dict.
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  • On these two letters which are found in the Clementine Homilies, see Smith's Dict.
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  • See the article in the Dict.
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  • Davison, in Hastings's Dict.
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  • by Cheyne; in Hastings' Dict.
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  • "Map" in Dict.
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  • of Smith's Dict.
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  • Hunt's article in the Dict.
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  • 180, and translated into French in Migne's Dict.
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  • Gibb (Hastings's Dict.
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  • Stoll, Suggestion and Hypnotismus in der Volkerpsychologie; article "Greatrakes" in Dict.
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  • See Smith's Dict.
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  • Smith, Prophets of Israel, pp. 175 sqq.; Kennedy, Hastings' Dict.
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  • Ramsay, The Letters to the Several Churches (1904), and article in Hastings' Dict.
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  • Pocock; Dixon's History; and Dict.
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  • Reynolds (Dict.
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  • On the question of the baptism of heretics see Smith and Cheetham's Dict.
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  • Of the more modern biographies may be noted that in the Dict.
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  • " Malachi " in Hastings's Dict.
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  • Goschler's Dict.
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  • in Hastings's Dict.
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  • Firth in the Dict.
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  • Ward's article in the Dict.
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  • Forrest, The Administration of Warren Hastings, 1772-1785 (Calcutta, 1892); Sir Leslie Stephen's article on Francis in Dict.
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  • Brown in Hastings' Dict.
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  • See also articles on John Penry and Job Throckmorton in Dict.
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  • Flint in Hastings's Dict.
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  • Kingsford in Dict.
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  • "Ophites" in Dict.
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  • " Sacerdos " (Sacerdotiun) in Warre Cornish's Concise Dict.
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  • " Sacerdos " in Warre Cornish's Concise Dict.
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  • Hastings's Dict.
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  • Schurer, History of the Jewish People (1890-1891); article in Hastings' Dict.
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  • Stephen, "Maine" in Dict.
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  • (1897); Vacant, Dict.
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  • Jourdain in Dict.
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  • C. Jebb, " Erasmus " (1890) and " Bentley " (1882), and " Porson " (in Dict.
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  • Schechter, Hastings's Dict.
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  • Jessopp's article in the Dict.
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  • The life by Dr Jessopp (1904) is an expansion of his article in the Dict.
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  • Accordingly this derivation is preferable to that suggested by earlier Semitists from Gesenius to (in recent times) Kautzsch ("Religion of Israel," Hastings's Dict.
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  • Davidson, "Prophecy and Prophets," in Hastings's Dict.
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  • Vacant's Dict.
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  • Archer in the Dict.
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  • Lupton, article on " English Versions," in Hastings' Dict.
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  • Fuller in Dict.
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  • Harris, Dict.
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  • See also Sidney Lee's account in the Dict.
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  • He was probably the most highly educated sovereign of his day, and amid all his busy active life he never lost his interest in literature and intellectual discussion; his hands were never empty, they always had either a bow or a book" (Dict.
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  • 147-164; Porter in Hastings's Dict.
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  • See also Hastings's Dict.
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  • (1903); the articles by Thatcher in Hastings's Dict.
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  • See under "Shekinah" in Hastings' Dict.
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  • of the Bible, and Dict.
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  • For bibliography see the article in the Dict.
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  • See the articles on Moab in Hastings's Dict.
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  • Peake in Hastings's Dict.
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  • 91 seq., and by Whitehouse, Dict.
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  • Salmon, in Dict.
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  • (1900), and article in Dict.
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  • Thayer in Hastings's Dict.
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  • 601 f.; Willrich, Juden and Griechen (1895), Judaica (1900); Hastings' Dict.
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  • Harford-Battersby (Hastings, Dict.
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  • Brandis's article in Smith's Dict.
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  • Moule in Dict.
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  • Scudamore, Dict.
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  • Johns, Hastings's Dict.
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  • Gardiner in Dict.
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  • See Thomas Quinton Stow's Memoirs of Rowland Ta y lor (1833); Dict.
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  • 1851); Dict.
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  • Konig, Hastings's Dict.
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  • (New English Dict.
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  • 6 Not to be confounded with any of those of the same name who held the title of Baron St John of Bletsho (see Dict.
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  • See P. Thureau-Dangin, Histoire de la monarchie de juillet (1884-1892); and Robert Cougny, Dict.
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  • Smith, Dict.
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  • Vacandard in Dict.
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  • 7, 8), that on the occasion of St Paul's preaching at Alexandria in Troas " there were many lights in the upper chamber "; but this was at night, and the most that can be hazarded is that a specially large number were lighted as a festive illumination, as in modern Church festivals (Martigny, Dict.
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  • Toutain in Daremberg and Saglio's Dict.
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  • Martigny's Dict.
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  • Cheetham, Dict.
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  • - See the article in the Dict.
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  • For a full bibliography see Dict.
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  • 146; Guenebault, Dict.
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  • Remains of Edward VI.; Burnet, Collier, Dixon, Froude and Gairdner's histories; Pollard's Cranmer; Dict.
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  • Dogmengesch., 2nd ed., 204-209, 264-270; Salmon in Dict.
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  • 9, "they made his grave with the wicked, and with the rich in his death" (for various translations, see Hastings's Dict.
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  • See also Dict.
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  • " Jeremiah (Book) " §§ 6 and 21; Davidson, Hastings's Dict.
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  • Marshall (Hastings' Bib Dict.
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  • The work has been translated into nearly all European languages (see Baldwin's Dict.
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  • 27; articles in Daremberg and Saglio's Dict.
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  • 2 See Martigny, Dict.
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  • Davies (1850); Dict.
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  • (2nd ed., 1881) p. 290; Smith's Dict.
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  • Selbie in Hastings's Dict.
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  • " Jastrow, Dict.
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  • Lex.;'and on and 1 21zi in Jastrow's Dict.
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  • 361-371); see also Porter in Hastings's Dict.
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  • Vacant, Dict.
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  • - Foucart, "Amphictyones," in Daremberg and Saglio, Dict.
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  • An excellent account is given in the Dict.
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  • Ramsay, Letters to the Seven Churches (1904) and article in Hastings's Dict.
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  • Ibid., p. 775.8 Viollet-le-Duc, Dict.
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  • He must have come from Winchester College in one of the earliest batches of scholars from that college, the sole feeder of New College, not from St John Baptist College, Winchester, as guessed by Dr William Hunt in the Dict.
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  • Dict.) it is clear that "spruce" a variant of "pruce," simply stood for Prussian; the form "spruce," rather than "pruce," being established partly by the German Sprossen, sprouts or young shoots (seen in Sprossen-bier, spruce beer, made of the sprouts of this fir).
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  • - Nevertheless this decree and others were adopted by a French - national council at Bourges and promulgated by the king as a " Pragmatic Sanction " (Migne, Dict.
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  • Hogarth, "Aegean Religion" in Hastings' Dict.
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  • It is still a common enough surname, of which the earlier shape is Odo (see "Houdart," &c., in Larchey's Dict.
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  • Mr Sidney Lee suggests that Robin was a forest elf so called because elves wore hoods (see Dict.
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  • Dict.) derives the word "shrive," of which "shrove" is the past tense, ultimately from the Lat.
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  • or sorcery is blasting the happiness of the suppliant (see Hastings's Dict.
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  • Recent criticism, however, builds on the principle, which emerges alike from the external and internal evidence (see Salmon in the Dict.
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  • Fowler (formerly president of Corpus) in the Dict.
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