Jacoby sentence example

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  • Prou (1886) and C. Jacoby (1885-1891); Opuscula by Usener and Radermacher (1899); Eng.
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  • Outside the English-writing world, identical or kindred tendencies are represented in France by Leroy, Poincare, Bergson, Milhaud, Blondel, Duhem, Wilbois, Pradines; in Germany by Mach, Ostwald, Simmel, Jerusalem, Goldscheid, Jacoby; in Italy by Papini, Prezzolini, Vailati, Troiano.
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  • Whilst Berger and Jacoby articulate deep disquiet with disturbing eloquence they match their unease with an equally articulate deep disquiet with disturbing eloquence they match their unease with an equally articulate hope.
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  • Whilst Berger and Jacoby articulate deep disquiet with disturbing eloquence they match their unease with an equally articulate hope.
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  • Transnational terrorism, Jacoby stated, continues to undermine the stability of various nations.
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  • Jacoby's advertises live music nights and facilities for private parties.
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