“But if the reader takes the word of someone who has done no more than read MallarmÃ© over that of a person who has spent sixty years on him (nine books in print) and been called more than once MallarmÃ©'s prolongation ( "MallarmÃ© posthume," Deguy), well it just offers more evidence of why smart young people are apt to go into science.”
“(D'Assier's _L'humanité posthume_, p. 47) Similar instances are found in _The Night Side of Nature_, by C. C.owe, as well as in other works of the same kind.”
“_Introduction a la Mineralogie ... oeuvre posthume de”
“Ouvrage posthume de M.J. F. Henckel, publie sous le titre de _Henckelius in Mineralogia redivivus_ et traduit de l'Allemand.”
“Introduction a la Mineralogie ... oeuvre posthume de M.J. F. Henckel, Paris, Cavelier, 1756, first published under title”
“Ouvrage posthume de M.J. F. Henckel, publie sous le titre de”
“Despotisme Orientale_, Ouvrage posthume de M. Boulanger, 1763, 12mo.”
“Then his most pain was in his breast, and he went again to pray and to give thankings to God and to S. Edward of the deliverance of his posthume.”
“For he had on his arm a congelation of blood in manner of a posthume, he had also in his breast a straitness that unnethe he might draw his breath, also he had in his foot a marvellous swelling and a great, that he might not go but with great pain.”
“And when he had made an end of his prayers he arose up, and went to the bells for to ring them, and anon the posthume of his arm brake, and when the foul matter was out, he felt himself whole of that disease.”
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Terms and phrases from John Owen's (1616-1683) theological writings, to some of which the collective title Pneumatologia has been posthumously applied. Some few of the terms listed herein are Septu...
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