“And John Adams a bit mischievously remarked, “The cry of Versailles and the Clamour of Paris became as loud in the favour of Monsieur Jones as of Monsieur Franklin, and the inclination of the Ladies to embrace him almost as fashionable and as strong.””
“This same poetry as of a higher kind of eclogue characterizes the second of the great works undertaken by Raphael at the command of Leo”
“Council of Clarendon (1164), which provided that the king was to receive, as of seigniorial right (sicut dominicos), all the income”
“Carter added reassuringly that while he had to go through these processes of selectionI knew as of some months ago that you were my choice.”
“Icily, she upbraided him, It savours too much of the Middle Ages not to allow his remains to be buried in private in some spot where it would not be considered as of any importance politically or an object of superstition.”
“And when Reagan was shot on March 30, an out-of-breath Haig, perspiring profusely, entered the White House press briefing room to declare that with the president incapacitated and Vice President George H. W. Bush on a plane returning from Texas, as of now, I am in control here, in the White House.”
“Philsosphically, the concept of holistic unity of all things would include unity of past and future, as well as of space, personalities, energy and matter.”
“Aristotle may well be deemed the founder of this as of so many other sciences, though by him it is not distinguished from general biology, which is itself part of physics, or the study of nature.”
“For background on Japanese troop movement to the Central Pacific, see intercept of September 8, 1942 Tokyo Time, Station H operator WK, who is unidentified as of the writing of this book, intercepted a message to the Fourth Fleet from the Tokyo Bureau of Military Affairs.”
“They are mentioned in the "Didascalia" and the "Apostolic Constitutions", but there is very little to show that the payment was at first regarded as of strict obligation.”
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