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  • Ce matin apres son appel je sauvegarde son numeros et voila que je verifie le sms de la veille et le voila affublé du prenom de ma patronne!

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  • Alors je souris en coin parce que mon pere s'aprete a partir au boulot et la j'lui fout le truc sous le nez et je fais 'tiens pour te mettre de uper bonne humeur!!' et la il me regarde bizarre alors je verifie et en fait ...

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  • Dans la journee je verifie le rouge s'est estompé c qq peu rosé ... et s'estompe les heures passant ... pour ne laisser que deux gross veine rouge et qq nervure sur les coté.

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  • Item, pitifully complaining, the foresaide marchants auouch, verifie, and affirme, that vpon the 14. day after the feast of S. George, in the yeere of our Lord next aboue written, as 4. ships of

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Also all and singular damnified persons, besides other proofes, were compelled to verifie their losses by their formall othes, taken vpon the holy Bible.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Item, pitifully complaining the marchants of Lenne doe auouch, verifie, and affirme, that about the feast of S. George the martyr, in the yeere of our Lord 1394. sundry malefactors and robbers of

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Besides, our wits are not altogether so grosse and barren, as the philosophers seeme to assigne vnto this our aier, and these nourishments, which perhaps many of our countreymen could much rather verifie in deeds then in words, if (as the Poet sayth) enuious pouerty did not holde vs downe.

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

  • Aristotle, I confess, in his acute and singular Book of Physiognomy, hath made no mention of Chiromancy; yet I believe the Egyptians, who were neerer addicted to those abstruse and mystical sciences, had a knowledge therein, to which those vagabond and counterfeit Egyptians5 did after pretend, and perhaps retained a few corrupted principles, which sometimes might verifie their prognosticks.

    The Second Part

  • And therefore doe they preferre the beloved, and verifie that the gods likewise preferre the same: and greatly blame the Poet Æschylus, who in the love betweene Achilles and Patroclus ascribeth the lovers part unto Achilles, who was in the first and beardlesse youth of his adolescency, and the fairest of the Græcians.

    Of Friendship.

  • Item, pitifully complaining the marchants of Lenne doe auouch, verifie, and affirme, that about the feast of S. George the martyr, in the yeere of our

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation — Volume 05 Central and Southern Europe

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