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  • The Swaziland National History Society, for example, notes that an IAS known locally as demonia weed was blown into Swaziland by a cyclone in 1984; this has subsequently rendered large areas of formerly productive agricultural land useless.

    Invasive alien species in Africa

  • ‘Per omnes paene civitates cadunt theatra … cadunt et fora vel moenia in quibus demonia colebantur’; the very walls within which these devilments were practised.

    X. English Literature in Our Universities (I)

  • Amenartas, e genere regio Egyptii, uxor Callicratis, sacerdotis Isidis, quam dei fovent demonia attendunt, filiolo suo Tisistheni jam moribunda ita mandat: Effugi quodam ex Egypto, regnante Nectanebo, cum patre tuo, propter mei amorem pejerato.

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  • [84] From Weir "De Mag: demonia:" Cours Complet d'agriculture par l'Abbé Rosier, Tom.

    Aphrodisiacs and Anti-aphrodisiacs: Three Essays on the Powers of Reproduction

  • “Yeah, bronchal demonia,” Pearlie says, “and we didn’t think she’d live.”

    Tessie and Pearlie

  • Egyptii uxor Callicratis ſacerdot̅ Iſidis qua̅ dei fove̅t demonia atte̅du̅t filiol’ ſuo Tiſiſtheni ia̅ moribu̅da ita ma̅dat: Effugi quo̅da̅ ex Egypto regna̅te Nectanebo cu̅ patre tuo, p̃pter mei amore̅ pejerato.

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