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[Introduction to Philosophy, Vol. 1 (1920)], in an essay in Science et sagesse [Science and Wisdom (1935)], but particularly in La philosophie de la nature [The Philosophy of Nature (1935)] and Les degres du savoir
I can still see and hear him, as he went his way along the lamplit streets, La ci darem la mano on his lips, a noble figure of a youth, but following vanity and incredulous of good; and sure enough, somewhere on the high seas of life, with his health, his hopes, his patrimony and his self-respect, miserably went down.
But I was riding up in the elevator the other day during afternoon session, and by law, I do not have to stick my fingers in my ears and go, La, la, la, la, la.
He was interred in the burial-ground of Père la Chaise, between the tombs of Molière and La
The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 12, No. 346, December 13, 1828
It was decided at this council to send a large party to the Main, to the de la Hacha River, "to assault a small village" of the name of La
On the Spanish Main Or, Some English forays on the Isthmus of Darien.
La F. -m. soumise au grand jour de la publicité (1866), contains valuable documents on French, Belgian, and German Masonry; MALLIE, La
LEGENDRE in VIGOUROUX, Dict. de la Bible (1891), s.v.; DE VOGUEE, La
III (London, 1822); HERVAS, Catálogo de la lenguas I (Madrid, 1800) (principal authority); PAGE, La Plata (New York, 1859); QUEVEDO, La
Liberté et la conservation de l'énergie (Paris, 1897); Mercier, La
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy
DUPANLOUP, Entretiens sur la Prédication (Paris, 1866); FONTAINE, La
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability
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