American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. Bible Philippians
“It had been trained to this by its mistress, who had such a singular talent for these devices that two months had sufficed her to teach the goat to compose, with movable letters, the word Phbus.”
“The name Phbus reached the ear of the Archdeacon just as he was explaining to the Kings attorney the meaning of the dragon hiding its tail in a caldron from which issued smoke and a kings head.”
“It was the coin Phbus had received form the man in the cloak.”
“Canaan, because they were sometimes called Phœnices.”
“It were therefore to be wished, that the terms Phœnix and Phœnicia had never been used in the common acceptation; at least when the discourse turns upon the more antient history of Canaan.”
“July 27, 2009 at 12: 29 pm using chopsticks takes some practise:) I should do well being exposed earlier to Chinese food eating but I always seem to prefer fork and spoon than those. my Ph is up too.”
““The researchers failed to disclose the presence of higher sugars, and completely overlooked the process of table sugar breaking down in Ph environments – called inversion,” said the association’s president.”
“Foreign researchers have arrested under the DMCA, foreign governments have issued advisories instructing their scientists not to travel to US conferences lest they be imprisoned, domestic researchers get threatening notices from record companies, and thesis advisors in Ph.D. programs have taken to advising their electric engineering doctoral candidates to choose their projects with care.”
“Delbanco avoids the worst excesses of the jeremiad by putting some of the blame for the decline in English Ph.D. s on matters outside the control of English departments, like a "dead end" job market that justifies graduate students in regarding their duties as "exploitation.”
“They were called Phœnicians from the word phoinix, which signifies a red colour.”
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