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  • Conclusions drawn from populist perceptions are beneath their ken: Such erratica is annoying.

    The King In I

  • Wet evergreen forest stands disturbed by logging show a characteristic presence of Knema erratica, a fast-growing colonizer, and an increased dominance of Livistona saribus in the upper canopy.

    Northern Vietnam lowland rain forests

  • Characteristic species include Andropogon amethystinus, Deschampsia mildbraedii, Agrostis mannii, Koeleria cristata, and Bulbostylis erratica.

    Mount Cameroon and Bioko montane forests

  • Scorta erratica | Clandestine strumpets who were street walkers.

    Satyricon

  • Only in this way, with the help of academies and scientific societies, can the experientia erratica of the mechanics, the limited observations of the artisans, the daily labors of those who transform nature with their hands be rescued from chance and pure empiricism and lead to a unitary, systematic corpus of knowledge.

    BACONIANISM

  • Barth 6.365 describes ` ` mamma erratica '' on the face in front of the right ear which enlarged during menstruation.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • Barth describes "mamma erratica" on the face in front of the right ear which enlarged during menstruation.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • Two other species -- Eciton vastator, and Eciton erratica -- both of which are blind, move entirely under covered ways in search of promising hunting-grounds.

    The Western World Picturesque Sketches of Nature and Natural History in North and South America

  • The McCain campaign specializes in erratica, while the Obama campaign continues to avoid any dramatica.

    True Blue Liberal

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  • You've misspelled your blog, John ;-)

    November 3, 2008

  • “The McCain campaign specializes in erratica, while the Obama campaign continues to avoid any dramatica.�?

    The New York Times, Who’s the Question Mark? , by Maureen Dowd, November 1, 2008

    November 3, 2008