American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An ancient Greek city of Asia Minor northwest of Ephesus. It was famous for its cavalry.
“I can't resist quoting from his postscript, entitled "Colophon" -- an end note about the book's authorship and printing.”
“And you may or may not remember, likewise, what Kennaston wrote, about this time, in the "Colophon" to Men Who Loved Alison.”
“To paraphrase Felix Kennaston's own words (as recorded in the "Colophon" to Men Who Loved Alison), he had determined in this story lovingly to deal with an epoch and a society, and even a geography, whose comeliness had escaped the wear-and-tear of ever”
“Although his book output has been limited-Leaves is just the third book from his Pie Tree Press & Type Foundry imprint-his broadsides are widely seen, and he printed a number of pamphlets and books for Colophon Books in the 1980s.”
“Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Hanging on the Colophon:”
“Colophon: "The text of Heart of Darkness has been edited to conform to the 1921 Heinemann edition.”
“She excavated a number of sites in Greece and Turkey, including Halae, Colophon, Eutresis, and Tarsus.”
“Eight Views of the Xiao and Xiang Rivers" ca. mid-16th century Colophon by Kim Hyeon-seong (1542 – 1621) dated 1584”
“Some of his finest passages have been appropriated and improved upon by Virgil by the divine right of superior genius. 5 The subject of love had been treated in the romantic spirit before the time of Apollonius in writings that have perished, for instance, in those of Antimachus of Colophon, but the”
“They use the guides “Acknowledgements” and “Colophon” respectively.”
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places, forebeings and states that were and never were; be and are not; and by and by will be-coming
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