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  • That ye hadde rad his legende, as have I. Dame Pertelote, I sey yow trewely,

    The Canterbury Tales

  • Eu nu primesc legende urbane în cutia mea poştală mai.

    ideonexus.com »2004» November

  • Am fost uimit cat de repede oamenii au devenit conştienţi de legende urbane de e-mail şi a învăţat să-adevăr a verifica înainte de transmiterea lor către alte persoane.

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  • Observations sur la legende de Ste Odile in Bibliotheqe de l'ecole des Chartes, LXIII (1902), 517-36; HAVET, Vignier: Vie de Ste Odile in OE'uvres de Julien Havet, I (Paris, 196), 72-8; POTTHAST,

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • Researches (Philadelphia, April, 1910); MICHELET, Pologne et Russie, legende de Kosciuszko (Paris, 1851); IDEM, La Pologne martyre (1863);

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • That ye had rad his legende, as have I. Dame Pertelote, I sey yow trewely,

    The Nun's Priest's Tale. Lines 201-400

  • Convincing proof that this is the book referred to by Caxton in his preface as ‘a legende in frensshe,’ is afforded by the fact that where the printer has left gross misprints uncorrected in his text, the translator has blindly followed him without any attempt to make sense of them.

    The Golden Legend, vol. 1

  • Martin, Felix (litterateur), 'La legende de Jeanne d'Arc

    Joan of Arc

  • Then come two chapters of Bonaventura almost entire, beginning with: _In duodecima parte legende majoris dicit Fr. Bonaventura: Erat enim verbum ejus_, etc. Textual quotation of

    Life of St. Francis of Assisi

  • Bonaventura in quarta parte majoris legende dicit quod b.

    Life of St. Francis of Assisi

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