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  • I have to admit that if I plotted my stories and novels down to the enth degree I would be bored rotten and would give up writer.

    Approaching the blank page – part 4 « Write Anything

  • Some wanted to leave the neighborhood — along the waterfront in the largely drab concrete quadrant of Southwest D.C. — for a more dynamic area, the Sev enth Street corridor in Northwest.

    In the Wider Arena

  • If the general public want to live in a society which is completely adverse to risk and which demands accountability to the enth degree, then the result is NCRS and all the crap that comes with it.

    ACPO blames front-line cops for doing their job SHOCK! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Its indicative of a society that has taken political and cultural correctness to the enth FARKING DEGREE.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Poor Harry

  • If had an 'enth of the capacity to inspire and engage the crowds of new voters that Barack Obama had demonstrated, we would have never heard of Dubya again.

    Marc Cooper: Ralph Nader's Nadir

  • From your young man titles to your authoritive stances, you are offensive to the enth degree.

    Think Progress » Preteen magazine makes military recruiting pitch.

  • This t enth anniversary edition of her first novel is being published to celebrate Martina Cole's bestselling career and to c oincide with the publication of her latest novel, Maura's G ame, which is the sequel to Dangerous Lady.

    Dangerous Lady

  • Following classical tradition, the sev - enth-century scholar Isidore of Seville called allegory an inversion of speech, alieni loquium, aliud enim sonat, aliud intelligitur, whereby, in saying one thing

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • All three passages are drawn from _Il_ XV 674-746, the description of how Ajax repulsed Hector's attempt to set the Greek ships afire, and in particular from 730-31 '[Greek: enth ar' ho g 'hestêkei dedokêmenos, encheï d' aiei/Trôas amyne neôn, hos tis pheroi akamaton pyr] '.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • They thought about the man and the terrible high place here he lived and moved and the catacomb he stood guard Ver and the strange earth into which people went io come enth dried like desert flowers and tanned like leather for hoes and hollow as drums which could be tapped and eaten, an earth which made great cigar-brown rustling dry aummies that might languish forever leaning like fence poles long the catacomb halls.

    The Machineries of Joy

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