Definitions

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  • adj. being eight more than forty

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Examples

  • Divine appearing to Dr. and Master Sha, xxxvii–xli blessings placed inside books of Soul Power Series, xlviii bowing to, xxxvii, xxxix, xl–xli creator and manifestor, xxxvii

    Tao II

  • Blessings inside Soul Power Series, xlviii practice and, lvii

    Tao II

  • Divine Soul Downloads preprogrammed into, xlvii–xlviii, lv

    Tao II

  • The first (chapters i-xxiv) was written before, and the second (chapters xxv-xlviii) after, the destruction of Jerusalem by

    The Dor�� Gallery of Bible Illustrations

  • Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, chap. xlviii.

    Count Robert of Paris

  • In the year 1080, Alexius Comnenus [Footnote: See Gibbon, Chap. xlviii, for the origin and early history of the house of the Comneni.] ascended the throne of the Empire; that is, he was declared sovereign of

    Count Robert of Paris

  • Richardson (Dissert. xlviii.) seems to me justified in finding the Pari (fairy) Marjan of heroic Persian history reflected in the Fairy Morgain who earned off King Arthur after the battle of Camelon.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Philosophos, c.xlviii. informeth us, out of the authority of Zenophanes; or little clouds, ad motum nescio quem volantes; which never appear, saith

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Will and understanding are nothing beyond the individual volitions and ideas (II.xlviii. and note).

    The Ethics

  • Lastly, this emotion (III. xlviii.), in so far as it is attributable to several causes, is less powerful in regard to each of them.

    The Ethics

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