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“Yeah, D and Lightning Man, the Emotion Thesaurus is very very handy.”
“The Cook’s Thesaurus is a cooking encyclopedia that covers thousands of ingredients and kitchen tools.”
“This surplus expiation was the property of the Church, the so-called Thesaurus Meritorum.”
“He died about 1590, and left a work entitled Thesaurus Bibliorum, omnem utriusque vitae antidotum secundum utriusque Instrumenti veritatem et historiam succincte complectens, with which is printed an Index rerum memorabilium in epistolis et evangeliis per anni circulum (Antwerp, 1577).”
“I keep near me on my desk a book called Roget's Thesaurus, which is a rich treasure-house of the English language.”
“Thesaurus" of the Silurian period, and connect it with the induction of the biblical text, and we shall see that the forms characteristic of that period appeared not only synchronously in time and space, but also in physical conditions, and consequently, that no immense epochs were expended in the propagation, of species on the "two-pair" theory of our materialistic friends.”
“If, as held by some historians, the "Thesaurus" is the work of Julian, the father of Petrus, the Compendium can be referred to an earlier date only.”
“Gesenius (d. 1842), whose "Thesaurus" and grammar have been the basis of all subsequent works of the kind, and continued by Bottcher”
“A portion of it had appeared in print in Schilter's "Thesaurus" as early as 1727.”
“Thesaurus" ( "Diss. isagog.", in vol. II, p. 4) we find as many as thirty-eight titles.”
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