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“You must try and get the 'bloss' of the Irish on your tongue.”
“October 25th, 2009 at 3: 09 am lol das singen und beatboxen gleichzeitig is der hammer … wie macht der typ das bloss gstar0103”
“My volunteers this year have been arugula, amaranth, purslane, kalanchoe bloss. in red and yellow and a grass (unknown) the original plant of which I dug up from the roadside ( there were loads and it was self seeded, not planted there) I want that muhly grass!”
“Kant repeatedly refers to the sheer or merely subjective status ( "bloss subjektiv") of the experience of the aesthetic (99, 29), so one can wonder, at the outset, how this sort of experience is even available to philosophy.”
“One moment now, if I foreshorten the bloss on your bleather.”
“How your lonely bloss has longed for a note from you!!!”
“The leaves and bloss begin to shew themselves on the apple”
“ Eckhart, 513. 12. says: Whoso wisheth to know God as He is, must be empty or naked (bloss) of all art (Swer Got kennen wil als er ist, der muoz bloz sin von aller kunst.)  John xvi.”
“While working on the Mass in D, he had in mind composing another mass, as is evidenced by the following memorandum in the sketches of the Agnus Dei: “Das Kyrie in der neuen Messe bloss mit blasenden Instrumenten und Orgel.””
“Other races can drink, he says; _aber bloss die germanischen können kneipen_ -- only the Germanic peoples can make themselves at home in an inn.”
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A selection of Words from the book, The Word Museum: The most remarkable English words ever forgotten compiled by Jeffrey Kacirk.
Also see sionnach's list Discovered in the Word Museum
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