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  • What tricks do you use to feret out ideas for writing?

    Prompting Ideas « Write Anything

  • The most scathing critique of medical "scientific manques" (or "manky" pseudo scientists) was penned by one of the fathers of American Behaviourism, C. L.Hull, when he took apart, with very little effort, and hung out for contempt the "research" into hypnotism conducted by Binet and feret and later Heillig and Hoff.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • That is why we have a criminal justice system to feret out, investigate and convict criminal behavior.

    Absolution | ATTACKERMAN

  • Anyway, I'm babbling on and this really isn't helping me feret out a path to take, but I guess what it comes down to is a simple question:

    mrbradley Diary Entry

  • Do you think it is all right for the Palestinians war groups to use ambulances to feret soldier, arms and amunition in places where battles are being fought?

    Israel's Kafkaesque "Matrix of Control"

  • De puellae voluntate periculum facere solis oculis non est satis, sed efficacius aliquid agere oportet, ibique etiam machinam alteram ahibere: itaque manus tange, digitos constringe, atque inter stringendum suspira; si haec agentem aequo se animo feret, neque facta hujusmodi aspernabitur, tum vero dominam appella, ejusque collum suaviare.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • If he strike us una eademque manus vulnus opemque feret, as it is with them that are wounded with the spear of Achilles, he alone must help; otherwise our diseases are incurable, and we not to be relieved.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • It will remind the reader, 'magno nec proximus intervallo' of Isaiah and Virgil, whose ardent spirits, overleaping the actual reign of evil which we endure and bewail, already saw the possible and perhaps approaching state of society in which the 'lion shall lie down with the lamb', and 'omnis feret omnia tellus'.

    Ecotopia

  • But let us see “quid dignum tanto feret hic responsor hiatu,” and hear him speak in his own language.

    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ

  • Tarrant_ feret _BC_ habet _MFHILT_ | | 52 Gete _Heinsius e codicibus_ Getae _edd_

    The Last Poems of Ovid

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