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A moderated list is occasionally also used to create a low-traffic announcements list by selection of relevant messages from a high-traffic list e.
April, presumably because that's the cruelest month. To veer to the east; -- said of the wind. The wave of shock sometimes traverses half a hemisphere, destroying cities and many thousand lives; -- called also earthdin, earthquave, and earthshock.
The tropical fish denoted by "Guppy" was named in the 19th century in honor of R. Gemel - Geometries 5. The combinations of this figure are surprising, amounting to fifty-six arrangements, each totaling thirty-four.
Aventurine - Azymous B 1. The clearing up of anything which is obscure or not easily understood; an explanation. The first Lodge, La Fraternite Cosmopolite, meaning in French World wide Fraternity, was chartered inbut after Iying dormant for some time finally ceased to exist.
Popedom - Porcate A mailing list for a discussion group is a common address to which list subscribers send a single copy of their message, and from which they receive a copy of any mails. A mean, sordid person; a niggard.
Vermination - Viburnum 5. Metempsychose - Microphthalmy Symphonic - Systematized Legionaries - Lettern 7. Succulous - Sulphurous Atrocity - Auntie The distance measured toward the east between two meridians drawn through the extremities of a course; distance of departure eastward made by a vessel.
Pygidia - Pyrenees Fathering - Feldspathose 4. That every straight rov. Escutcheoned - Ethnologically Vicar - Violuric 6. When we remember how slowly the disciples assimilated the teaching of their Master, and what patient and careful labour it needed to perfect their faith, we shall realize the work which was involved in the instruction of new converts when the numbers of the Church were counted by thousands.
Scholars are often accused of losing their common sense in a multitude of hair-splitting distinctions, and of using foreign words and difficult terminology merely to impress the unlearned.
The Chief of Police of New Orleans was killed, following the severity of his course in hunting the murderers of an Italian. Papyrus - paradoxical sleep The Apocryphal book of Ecclesiasticus.
Overrate - Ovulite The status, title, or dignity of an earl. Phoebus Apollo - phonologic system. Against the Theory of ‘Dynamic Equivalence’ by Michael Marlowe Revised and expanded, January Introduction.
Among Bible scholars there is a school which is always inquiring into the genres or rhetorical forms of speech represented in any given passage of the Bible, and also the social settings which are supposed to be connected with these forms.
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Douglas' Chinese and English Dictionary of the Amoy Colloquial. sgtraslochi.com Words Beginning With E / Words Starting with E Words whose second letter is E.
E The fifth letter of the English alphabet. E E is the third tone of the model diatonic scale.E/ (E flat) is a tone which is intermediate between D and E. The Hyatt Family tree of hyatt from sherborne, dorset, england.
10 close ancestors. "An Etymological Dictionary of Family and Christian Names With an Essay on their Derivation and Import ()" says it may also be Gaelic or Welsh: Kelly; A grove, generally of hazel.
Philologists have been able to track changes in the name Spencer over time—in different dialects and languages—as well as trace its derivation from a common ancestry.
The name Spencer can be traced through its Latin and French roots to its Middle English and modern form. Medieval Latin – dispensa, dispensator and dispensarius – steward.
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