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  • She watched as he saddled Ed again and shoved the rifle down into the boot.
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  • The only sound was that of Ed walking and an occasional winter bird song.
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  • Did you do any more checking on Ed and Edith Plotke— the people from the 1961 newspaper—and missing Josh the miner?
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  • Alex did the same with Ed and they saddled the horses in silence.
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  • Katie and Bill can watch the farm and we can take Ed back with us.
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  • "Stay close to me," he said as he kicked Ed into motion.
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  • The dairy door groaned as she opened it and Ed whinnied from his stall in the barn.
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  • Ed lifted his head and nickered, but he continued to work on the salt block when she didn't call him.
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  • Ed threw up his head and snorted.
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  • She stared at his back as he led Ed to the truck.
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  • Ed merely looked at them and then back at Carmen.
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  • Grandfather Ed was the one who made contact with Paul.
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  • She opened the door and contained her curiosity until he led Ed inside.
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  • The next morning, after church, they doubled up on Ed and rode into the hills.
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  • Back at the barn, she unsaddled Ed and rubbed him down.
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  • He was watching Ed with an expression that looked almost wistful.
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  • Learning about Ed Plotke is still the best lead we have on finding the identity of Martha's bones.
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  • He found Ed a job, I think.
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  • She nudged Ed closer and then smiled.
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  • Grudgingly, she turned Ed back toward the house.
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  • It was after the Firestone store closed—I remember Ed complaining about that.
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  • Grandfather Ed Plotke learned Josh worked for Paul Dawkins and he wrote to Paul in California.
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  • Paul felt responsible for Josh's quick exit and when Ed talked about leaving Ouray with his family, Paul arranged for the Plotkes to come to California.
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  • He had done his small part in helping Ed Plotke get to California—that's all.
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  • She watched as he meticulously saddled Ed and tightened the cinch.
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  • He nudged the horse in the ribs and Ed broke into a lope.
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  • If Ed could actually talk, she wouldn't be spending so much time pondering about Alex.
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  • Ed whinnied down by the barn, and then nickered in a higher tone.
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  • Ed was running beside her, and then a strong arm was plucking her from the ground.
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  • Both Ed and Princess were a red-brown color with white speckles on their haunches – typical Appaloosas.
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  • I knew about Princes because I took Ed to her for stud service back in January.
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  • Wrapping the rope around the saddle horn, he nudged Ed into motion, tugging the fallen tree downstream.
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  • He'll be on Ed and I'll be on Princess.
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  • "We'd better get back," he said, turning Ed toward the trail again.
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  • He helped her to the ground and then dismounted, leading Ed to the tree.
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  • Ed was okay, so long as he kept his belly away from the bar, Harold answered.
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  • "Come on," he said, kicking Ed into a gallop.
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  • You knew Ed Plotke?
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  • Ed had suffered needlessly for hours because she had done something careless – after promising she wouldn't.
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  • I didn't realize she didn't know what happened to Ed.
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  • I'm so sorry about Ed.
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  • "Ed was a horse," he repeated.
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  • But not for killing Ed.
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  • You didn't kill Ed.
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  • Maybe that was what was eating at him – that she let Ed suffer.
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  • Maybe in a way he blamed her for letting Ed suffer as well.
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  • Then again, she had neglected Ed when she took him up a dangerous trail in bad weather.
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  • It would be the first time they took a buggy ride that Ed wasn't pulling the buggy.
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  • Of course the buggy ride would remind Alex of Ed, but there was more.
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  • "It was Ed," Carmen said.
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  • I wish I hadn't taken Ed.
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  • "The Copperhead that bit Ed," she hissed.
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  • What difference did it make whether there was a snake or Ed got nervous and threw her?
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  • She would bring Princess up to the pasture where Ed used to be.
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  • Then this thing with Ed ...
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  • He was probably thinking of Ed and how she had disobeyed him.
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  • You wouldn't speak to me for two days after I killed Ed.
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  • till its junction at Ed Darner with the Nile.
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  • - Bede, Historia ecclesiastica, ed.
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  • (Hanover, 1866); Simeon of Durham (" Rolls " series), ed.
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  • Foster in the Bohn Library; Histoire de France, ed.
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  • the Homeric Hymn to Apollo 272, and notes in ed.
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  • Birds, ed.
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  • 2 Ed.
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  • 8 Ed.
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  • Ed.
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  • See Lohengrin, ed.
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  • Perry, Origins in Williamstown (New York, 1894;1894; 3rd ed.
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  • - ED.
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  • I will not say, ` the zeal of God's house has eaten him up '; but I am sure it has devoured some part of his good manners and civility" (Dryden, Works, ed.
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  • Green, Lives of the Princesses of England (6 vols., London, 1849-1855); The Hamilton Papers, ed.
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  • Bain (2 vols., Edinburgh, 1890); John Leslie, History of Scotland, ed.
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  • of Untersuchungen zur deutschen Staatsand Rechtsgeschichte, ed.
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  • von Kirchmann under the title Philosophische Werke (with biography, &c., Berlin, 1868; 2nd ed, 1882-1891), by Kuno Fischer, Die Hauptschriften zur Grundlegung seiner Philosophie (1863), with introduction by Ludwig Fischer (1892).
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  • Descartes, ed.
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  • The first, The Gestes of the Worthy King and Emperor Alisaunder of Macedoine (ed.
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  • des Archpresbyter Leo (Historia de proeliis), (Erlangen, 1885); Alexander's letter to Aristotle and his correspondence with Dindimus are included in the Teubner edition of Julius Valerius (ed.
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  • Rohde, Der griechische Roman (2nd ed.
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  • ed.); R.
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  • 1779); Ethica philosophica (1751, 2nd ed.
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  • Gonod (2nd ed.
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  • See also Murray's Greece, ed.
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  • 2 (1903); Tony Andree, Le Prophete Aggee; Ed.
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  • See A New History of Methodism, ed.
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  • Gillingwater, An Historical Account of the Town of Lowestoft (ed.
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  • Haury, 1905, 1907); see Gibbon, Decline and Fall (ed.
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  • - An edition of Mendelssohn's works was published in 1843-1845, with a biography by his son Joseph; another edition of his Schriften zur Philosophie, Aesthetik and eA pologetik, appeared (ed.
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  • Laurent (new ed.
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  • Leviten seit den Tagen Ezechiels, with Kuenen's review in his Gesammelte Abhandlungen (ed.
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  • pp. 247-258; Hefele (2nd ed.) i.
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  • (ED.
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  • The states Ed Edict."
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  • i.; Wilkins' Concilia; Foxe's Acts and Monuments, ed.
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  • Townsend; Burnet, ed.
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  • Minor (1882, 2nd ed.
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  • Carlyle, ed.
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  • Delehaye, the Bollandist; for a summary see the article "Saulenheilige," in Herzog's Realencyklopdidie (ed.
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  • In 1833 he was appointed professor of Greek and Roman philosophy at the college of France and a member of the Academy of Sciences; he then published the Mélanges philosophiques (4th ed.
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  • In 1835 he published a Cours de droit naturel (4th ed.
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  • After his death were published Nouveaux melanges philosophiques (3rd ed.
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  • 1872) and Cours d'esthetique (3rd ed.
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  • Hermann's (2nd ed.
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  • The other modern editions of the text are those of Fleckeisen (containing ten plays, excellent for his time), 1859; Ussing (with a commentary), 1875-1887, 2nd ed.
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  • Bosworth (Anglo-Saxon Dictionary, new ed.
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  • The most important of his comprehensive writings are: System der Ethik (1850-1853), Anthropologie (1856, 3rd ed.
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  • In the correspondence (Blue Book, Ed.
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  • Fleming, The Principles of Electric Wave Telegraphy and Telephony, p. 416, 2nd ed.
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  • Lodge, Signalling across Space without Wires (3rd ed.
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  • 25, ed.
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  • 110, ed.
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  • Students will find the chief materials in the following collections: Archiv fiir Litteratur and Kirchengeschichte des Mittelalters (ed.
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  • Ferrers Howell, 1908), of which the only critical edition is that of Friar Ed.
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  • 470-493, and his article in Herzog's Realencyklopcidie (ed.
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  • The chapter on St Francis in Emile Gebhart's Italie mystique (ed.
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  • He wrote tragedies also, which Virgil (Ed.
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  • 2, p. 20 (2nd ed., 1899); Cicero, Letters, ed.
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  • rom., ed.
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  • Had they succeeded, the position of the Pied- viti ntese in Romagna would have been imperilled; had they ne~ ed, the road would have been open for Garibaldi to march Rome, In the circumstances, Cavour decided that Piedmont sole, st anticipate Garibaldi, occupy Umbria and the Marches anc 1 place Italy, between the red-shirts and Rome.
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  • Gairdner's History of the Church, 1485-1558; Bishop Cranmer's Recantacyons, ed.
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  • See Correspondence of Thokoly (Hung.), ed.
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  • and Ungarn's Befreiung von de Turkenherrschaft (Freiburg, 1902); Memoirs of Emeric Count Teckely (London, 1693); Correspondence of Michael Teleki (Hung.), ed.
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  • " Raimundus Sabieude " by Schaarschmidt in HerzogHauck, Realencyklopcidie (ed.
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  • of Relig.) and more unreservedly Ed.
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  • 45, C, ed.) may be formed over all, as in Garveia, &c.; or the entocodon may remain solid and without cavity until after the formation of the manubrium, or may never acquire a cavity at all, as described above for the gonophores.
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  • Beissel, Geschichte der trierer Kirchen (Trier, 1888); "Gesta Treverorum" (ed.
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  • Joyce, The Sword and the Keys, and ed.
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  • Meyer (1905); Code and Novells of Emperor Justinian, ed.
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  • He says (p. 253, ed.
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  • trans.), § 197; see also Cicero, Letters, ed.
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  • While at Oxford Wren distinguished himself in geometry and applied mathematics, and Newton, in his Principia, p. 19 (ed.
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  • bot., 1887; Van Tieghem, Trait~ de botanique (2nd ed.
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  • 2nd ed.
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  • He died 45 See Cicero, Pro Sulla, passim (ed.
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  • For an impartial examination of the Wakefield system, see LeroyBeaulieu, De la colonisation chez les peuples modernes (3rd ed.
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  • Jeremias, Alte Test., loc. cit.; and Ed.
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  • the title of the tract Pirke Aboth (ed.
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  • Yet no commentator is more valuable or indeed more voluminous, and for the study 1 Two different texts of it exist: (I) in the ed.
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  • (Mantua, 1476); (2) ed.
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  • I, p. 41) and Epstein's ed.
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  • Kiepert, Ruinenfelder Babyloniens (1883); Ed.
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  • Beloch, Campanien, ed.
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  • pp. 1-772; Hefele (2nd ed.) ii.
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  • Sandys, History of Classical Scholarship (ed.
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  • treatise On Shakespeare's Dramatic Art (1839; editions, 1847, 1868, 1874), the 3rd ed.
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  • See Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, ed.
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  • i.; Asser, Life of Alfred, ed.
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  • Stevenson (Oxford, 1904) Vitae duorum Offarum (in works of Matthew Paris, ed.
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  • Important and, if genuine, decisive evidence upon this point is afforded by a passage in the Anecdoton Holderi, a fragment contained in a Loth-century MS. (ed.
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  • Commentary on Aristotle's De Interpretatione crept vetas), ed.
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  • C. Meiser (Leipzig, 1877), and on Porphyry's Isagoge, ed.
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  • v.; histories of ancient philosophy, and specially Ed.
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  • Reichel (1868, 2nd ed.
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  • See also Kruger, article "Basilides," in Herzog-Hauck, Realencyklopeidie, ed.
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  • des missions etrangeres, Paris, ed.
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  • 3, 5, 23; Saxon Chronicle (ed.
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  • Preller's Historia philosophiae Graecae (8th ed.
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  • 599, 603 (ed.
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  • 4 Distrust of the natural sciences, Ed uca- even in their technical applications, and of Western ideas of free government; desire to make university don.
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  • (Paris, 1882; 2nd ed.
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  • Rambaud, Histoire de la Russie (Paris, 1878; new ed.
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  • Dewsnup (ed.), Railway Organization and Working (Chicago, 1906); Interstate Commerce Commission; Rate Regulation Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee (Washington, 5 vols., 1905); and on current matters, The Official Railway Guide (monthly, New York, the Railroad Age Gazette (weekly, New York) and the Commercial and Financial Chronicle (weekly, New York).
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  • Tylor, Primitive Culture; Ed.
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  • Atkinson, Travels in the Region of the Amoor (1860); Collins, Exploration of the Amoor (ed.
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  • 1864) and Voyage down the Amoor (1866); Andree, Das Amurgebiet (ed.
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  • i., 1864, 14th ed.
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  • erkldrt (1852-1853; 2nd ed.
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  • in 2 vols., 1875-1876), Ofenbarung Johannis erkldrt (1861), Lehre von den letzten Dingen (1861; 3rd ed.
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  • (3rd ed.), p. 472 foil.
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  • (3rd ed.), pp. 469-472.
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  • (1st ed.).
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  • (3rd ed.), pp. 620-626.
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  • Israels (2nd ed.), p. 240 foll., cf.
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  • Wellhausen, Reste arabischen Heidentums (2nd ed.), p. 89.
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  • On Semitic religion generally: Wellhausen's Reste des arabischen Heidentums (2nd ed.) and Robertson Smith's Religion of the Semites (2nd ed.) are chiefly to be recommended.
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  • See also Kuenen's National Religions and Universal Religions (Hibbert lectures) and Lagrange's Etudes sur les religions simitiques (2nd ed.).
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  • Bousset's Religion des Judentums (2nd ed.), and Volz, Die jiidische Eschatologie von Daniel bis Akiba, are highly to be commended.
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  • (3rd ed.) is specially important to the Old Testament student.
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  • p. 792, new ed.
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  • Williams, The Middle Kingdom, revised ed.
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  • Hall's Chronicle: Original Letters, ed.
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  • There are at least two German translations of The Decline and Fall, one by Wenck, Schreiter and Beck (1805-1807), and a second by Johann C. Sporschil (1837, new ed.
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  • He was made cardinal-priest of Sti Nereo ed Achilleo and administrator of the bishopric of Avignon by Benedict XII.
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  • Ktipper in the Kirchenlexikon (2nd ed.).
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  • Angel (ed.), History of Nevada (Oakland, Cal., 1881); H.
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  • Frazer, The Golden Bough (2nd ed.), ii.
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  • Diary (ed.
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  • Researches, ed.
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  • Libby, Geographical Distribution of the Vote of the Thirteen States on the Federal Constitution, 1787-1788 (Madison, Wis., 1894); the Memoirs of Oliver Wolcott (ed.
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  • 1722; 2nd ed.
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  • See Arnoldt, Kirchenand Ketzer-Historie (Frankfort, ed.
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  • - Celli, Malaria; Christy, Mosquitoes and Malaria; Manson, Tropical Diseases; Allbutt's System of Medicine; Ross, "Malaria," Quain's Dictionary of Medicine, 3rd ed.; The Practitioner, March, 1901 (Malaria Number); Lancet (Sept.
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  • 3, p. 274 (ed.
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  • p: 564 (ed.
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  • 533, ed.
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  • Epiphanius ad physiologum, ed.
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  • Eustathii in hexahemeron commentarius, ed.
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  • Tychsen (Rotsock, 1795); Classici auctores, ed.
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  • See also the article "Dominicus" in ed.
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  • 2 of Wetzer and Welte, Kirchenlexicon, and Griitzmacher's excellent article "Dominikus," in ed.
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  • trans., 1885, also the brilliant article " Israel " in the 9th ed.
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  • in Jewish Church, 1881, 2nd ed., 1892; Prophets of Israel, 1882, 2nd ed.
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  • Bilder zum Alten Test., ed.
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  • The most complete is that of Ed.
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  • Bevan, Cambridge Biblical Essays (ed.
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  • (I) The Philistines, a foreign people whose presence in Palestine 2 The story of Joseph has distinctive internal features of its own, and appears to be from an independent cycle, which has been used to form a connecting link between the Settlement and the Exodus; see also Ed.
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  • 9th ed.); also A.
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  • - Bingham, Antiquities of the Christian Church;: Bede, Ecclesiastical History of England; Procter and Frere, A New History of the Book of Common Prayer (London, 1901); Surtees Society, Rites of Durham, ed.
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  • Cooke (ed.), Revolutionary History of North Carolina (Raleigh and New York, 1853), containing a defence of the Regulators.
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  • iv.-vi.; Benjamin of Tudela, Itinerary, ed.
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  • ¢ Interesting parallels in Barhebraeus Chron., ed.
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  • Luther, Ed.
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  • (9th ed.); on David's character see especially his criticism of Renan, Eng.
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  • " David "; and (on the romantic element in the narratives) Luther in Ed.
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  • The complete edition of the works by Sir William Hamilton, published in two volumes with notes and supplementary dissertations by the editor (6th ed.
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  • B, C and D); Florence of Worcester; Fragments of Irish Annals (ed.
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  • See Jozef Ignacz Kraszewski, Lithuania under Witowt (Pol.) (Wilna, 1850); Augustin Theiner, Vetera Monumenta Poloniae (Rome, 1860-1864); Karol Szajnocha, Jadwiga and Jagiello (Pol.) (Lemberg, 1850-1856); Teodor Narbutt, History of the Lithuanian Nation (Pol.) (Wilna, 1835-1836); Codex epistolaris Witoldi Magni (ed.
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  • - Lanzelet (ed.
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  • (See also PERSIA: Ancient History.) (ED.
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  • Oncken in the Geschichte des Zeitalters der Reformation (1869, 2nd ed.
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  • 1880), and Geschichte der franzosischen Revolution (1869, 2nd ed.
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  • McIntyre (ed.), Writings and Speeches of Daniel Webster (18 vols., Boston, 1903); Fletcher Webster (ed.), Daniel Webster's Private Correspondence (2 vols., Boston, 1857); H.
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  • Oxon., Ed.
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  • Admissions to Gonville and Caius College (ed.
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  • He says ("To the Memory of Mr Oldham," Works, ed.
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  • Kabardians 1 Premier Recensement general de la population de l'empire de Russie, ed.
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  • The most important of Strype's works are the Memorials of Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1694 (ed.
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  • Jahrhundert (Munich, 1890); Wetzer and Welte, Kirchenlexikon (Freiburg-im-Breisgau, 1882-1901); Herzog-Hauck, Realencyklopeidie (ed.
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  • Glover, History and Gazetteer of the County of Derby, ed.
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  • In Tibet a lama (priest) is called in to cut off some hairs from the head of a dying person, in order that his soul may escape through the top of his head, which is deemed an essential condition of a good transmigration (Horace de la Penna, in Bogle and Manning's Travels in Tibet, ed.
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  • The best of the early works is the Book of Husbandry (1st ed.
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  • 20; Virgil, Ed.
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  • - Works: System of Logic (2 vols., 1843; 9th ed., 1875; "People's" ed., 1884); Essays on some Unsettled Questions of Political Economy (1844, ed.
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  • 1874); Principles of Political Economy (2 vols., 1848; many ed., especially ed.
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  • Ashley, 1909); On Liberty (1859; ed.
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  • 1859; iii., 1867; iv., 1876); Considerations on Representative Government (1861; 3rd ed.
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  • Comte and Positivism (1865, ed.
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  • 1908); Inaugural Address at the University of St Andrews (1867); England and Ireland (1868); Subjection of Women (1869; ed.
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  • The Autobiography appeared in 1873 (ed.
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  • itiber die Dinge des Himmels and des Jenseits (1851, 2nd ed.
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  • relatifs et l'histoire de l'Ecosse au XVI e siecle (Paris, 3 vols., 1851), for the Bannatyne Club; Hamilton Papers, ed.
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  • From the ovo-testis, which lies near the apex of the visceral coil, a common hermaphrodite duct ve proceeds, which receives the duct of the compact white albuminiparous gland, Ed, and then becomes much enlarged, the additional width being due to the development of glandular folds, which are regarded as forming a uterus u.
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  • Ray Lankester, " Mollusca," in 9th ed.
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  • c. Cels., ed.
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  • 2 See Redepenning, Origenis de principiis, first sep. ed.
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  • i., 2nd ed.
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  • Aulard, Les Orateurs de la Legislative et de la Convention (Paris, 1905, 2nd ed.): G.
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  • The most important of his published works are treatises on the distinction between Plato and Aristotle as philosophers (published at Venice in 1540); on the religion of Zoroaster (Paris, 1538); on the condition of the Peloponnese (ed.
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  • Ellissen in Analekten der mitteland neugriechischen Literatur, iv.); and the N6uot (ed.
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  • P. Migne, Patrologia Graeca, clx.; for a complete list see Fabricius, Bibliotheca Graeca (ed.
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  • His first book, published anonymously, Gedanken über Tod and Unsterblichkeit (1830, 3rd ed.
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  • After some years of struggling, during which he published his Geschichte der neueren Philosophic (2 vols., 1833-1837, 2nd ed.
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  • 1844), and Abiilard and Heloise (1834, 3rd ed.
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  • Duchesne in Historiae Normannorum scriptores, Paris, 1619); the Winchester, Worcester and Peterborough texts of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (ed.
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  • " Samuel ibn Adiya" in Jewish Encyc. and authorities there quoted), and some Christians such as `Adi'ibn Zaid of Hira, who sang alike of the pleasures of drink and of death (ed.
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  • Mahomet's relation to the poets generally was one of antagonism because of their influence over the Arabs and their devotion to the old religion and customs. Ka`b ibn Zuhair, however, first condemned to death, then pardoned, later won great favour for himself by writing a panegyric of the Prophet (ed.
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  • In the scarcity of poets at this time two others deserve mention; Abu Mihjan, who made peace with Islam in 630 but was exiled for his love of wine, which he celebrated in his verse (ed.
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  • The Naka'id of Jarir and al-Farazdaq, ed.
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  • His poems are chiefly panegyrics and love songs (ed.
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  • `Umar ibn Abi Rabi`a (c. 643-719) was a wealthy man, who lived a life of ease in his native town of Mecca, and devoted himself to intrigues and writing love songs (ed.
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  • Abu-l-`Atahiya (q.v.), his contemporary, is fluent, simple and often didactic. Muslim ibn ul-Walid (ed.
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  • Abu Firas (932-968) was a member of the family of Saif ud-Daula, a soldier whose poems have all the charm that comes from the fact that the writer has lived through the events he narrates (ed.
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  • 1126), famous for the grace and finish of his style (ed.
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  • The Sicilian Ibn Hamdis (1048-1132) spent the last fifty years of his life in Spain (Diwan, ed.
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  • Moagada, Palermo, 1883; Canzoniere, ed.
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  • From the 9th century we have the Hamasas of Abu Tammam and Buhturi, and a collection of poems of the tribe Hudhail (second half ed.
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  • The numerous quotations of Ibn Qutaiba in the Uyun ul-Akhbdr (ed.
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