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Author:Emily Dickinson/400-499
-427- Taking up the fair Ideal, -428- The Moon is distant from the Sea — -429- It would never be Common — more — I said — -430- Me — come! My dazzled face
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Author:Lionel Pigot Johnson
"Hubert Crackanthorpe" in Academy, 52 (1897), pp. 428–429 The Destroyer of a Soul (1892) The Dark Angel (1893) "By the Statue of King Charles at Charing
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Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers: Series II/Volume I/Constantine/The Life of Constantine/Book III/Chapter 28
probably the true spot where our Lord was buried? Compare also reports of the Palestine Exploration Fund Survey, Jerusalem, 1884, p. 429–435 (Conder).
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The Travels of Marco Polo/Book 4/Chapter 21 (section Concerning The Land Of Darkness)
a region which bears the name of DARKNESS, because neither sun nor moon nor stars appear, but it is always as dark as with us in the twilight. The people
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Author:Howard Phillips Lovecraft
Written 1920, published September 1925 in Weird Tales, 6, No. 3, 329–336, 429–431 The Terrible Old Man Written January 28, 1920, published July 1921 in
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Landon in The Literary Gazette 1827/White Ship
Ship1827Letitia Elizabeth Landon ​16 The Literary Gazette, 30th June 1827, page 429 ORIGINAL POETRY. THE WHITE SHIP. "Strike the sails again, and drop     Your
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Felicia Hemans in The New Monthly Magazine Volume 14 1825/Bernardo del Carpio
Carpio1825Felicia Hemans ​ The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 14, Pages 428-429 BERNARDO DEL CARPIO.* The warrior bow'd his crested head, and tamed his heart
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Author:Emily Dickinson/T
have ends — the Years — a knot — -423- The Moon is distant from the Sea — -429- The Moon upon her fluent Route -1528- The Moon was but a Chin of Gold -737-
25 KB (3,214 words) - 12:18, 15 January 2012
1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Cleon
and Cleon now for a time fell into the background. The death of Pericles (429) left the field clear for him. Hitherto he had only been a vigorous opposition
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The poems of Edmund Clarence Stedman/Index of Titles
Vigilem, 192. Alectryon, 243. Alice of Monmouth, 15. All in a Lifetime, 429. Amavi, 401. Anonyma, 407. Apollo, 363. Ariel, 201. Arnold, George, 193.
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Texas Pacific Railway Company v. Murphy (238 U.S. 320)/Opinion of the Court
sufficiently answered by referring to Texas & P. R. Co. v. Rosborough, 235 U.S. 429, 59 L. ed. --, 35 Sup. Ct. Rep. 117, and cases cited. Judgment affirmed.
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Logan v. United States (redirect from 36 L.Ed. 429)
without doing any actual violence to the prisoners. On January 19, 1889, after dark, Johnson, the deputy-marshal, undertook to remove the Marlows, with Burkhardt
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Ante-Nicene Fathers/Volume V/Hippolytus/The Refutation of All Heresies/Book I/Part 9
Æthiopia.” Or, “overpowered by the sun,” that is, whose light was lost in the superior brilliancy of the sun. Or, “were generated.” [Died b.c. 428 or 429.]
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Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Dayrolles, Solomon
[Chesterfield's Letters (Mahon), vol. i. preface, iii. 68, 97, 112, 198, 300, 429; Nichols's Lit. Anecd. iii. 334, v. 663; Manning and Bray's Surrey, iii.
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Salvian
presumably at Lerins that Salvian made the acquaintance of Honoratus (ob. 429), Hilary of Arles (ob. 449), and Eucherius of Lyons (ob. 449). That he was
302 bytes (1,741 words) - 06:46, 6 June 2018
The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci/VIII
whence you must make it of two colours. Of the transparency of leaves (427-429). 427. The shadows in transparent leaves seen from the under side are the
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The Essays of Francis Bacon/XXVI Of Seeming Wise
boys. M. Fabii Quintiliani de Institutione Oratoria Liber X. i. 130. Plato, 429 or 427–347 B.C. His name was originally Aristocles, but he was surnamed Plato
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The Hesperides & Noble Numbers/Hesperides
to Sir Clipseby Crew 428. [Upon Roots. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams] 429. [Upon Craw, in the Appendix of Epigrams] 430. [Observation, in the Appendix
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Midsummer Night's Dream (1918) Yale/Notes
disappears at the coming of the sun, the fairies accompany her car. V. i. 428, 429. It is not improbable that these lines were printed in the wrong order and
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/First of June, Battle of the
June 1794. No place name can be given to it, because the battle was fought 429 m. to the west of Ushant. The French people were suffering much distress
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