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- n. Alternative capitalization of III
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- adj. being one more than two
- n. the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one
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The poem is one of the shortest in Ovid's canon (_Am_ II iii is shorter), and has few parallels with his other poems.
Part iii, which is about looking forward was maybe a bit disappointing to me.
This field, called iii offers a powerful way for you to control your destiny.
Tertullian adds the fast-days on Wednesday and Friday and the anniversaries of the martyrs ( "De cor. mil.", iii; "De orat.", xix).
The full text of Clarke’s App.iii. is as follows: List of One Hundred and Seventy-two Tales, contained in a manuscript copy of the ‘Àlif Lila va
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Scapulam ", iii:" Cæcilius Capella in illo exitu Byzantino: Christiani gaudete ").
In the future, you could tell a friend you need to drop by a yínháng, rather than a bank.iii In this imagined future, a yínháng whose capital is derived from carbon emissions credits, rather than property mortgages, would be substantively different from a bank, and a better place to stow your hard-earned savings.
Incidentally, some linguists would add PIE to this group, with the view that the language, or some key fraction of its speakers, spread over vast territories through ascendancy built on such technological advances as the spoked chariot wheel and weapons forged of metal.iii
It happens that Celtic is the only Indo-European branch struggling for survival, its languages spoken by minorities in countries where English and French dominate.iii
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