Definitions

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  • n. the cardinal number that is the sum of twenty-five and one
  • adj. being six more than twenty

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Examples

  • & Dawn xxvi, Domitia Lepida, whose tutulus, or conical head~dress, it was the exclusive task of a slave-maiden to adorn.

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  • Wills claims that the "only Jesus we have is the Jesus of faith (p. xxvi)" and that "the ` historical Jesus 'does not exist for us (Wills, What Jesus Meant, p. xxviii)."

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  • Grove Day, ed., Mark Twain in Hawaii Honolulu: Mutual, 2000, p. xxvi.

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  • Readiness for Divine Soul Downloads, xxvi for wisdom, xxvi, xli–xlii

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  • The heritability of the human intelligence is about 75%, whereas the heritability of male homosexuality is only 26% in the key paper based on the Australian Twin Registry, page xxvi in the his book; this figure of 26% was not even statistically significant.

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  • He often shared a good joke, and not necessarily a clean one either. (xxvi-xxvii)

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  • Note 35: Cohen, "Brief History," xxiii, xxv – xxvi. back

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  • Cohen, in "Brief History," xxvi – xxvii, remembers Grogan's signs as reading "Disobey the Fascist Curfew," which, without further detail, would seem to frame the anarchists 'stance as indistinguishable from that of the New Leftists.

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  • Communion for Palm Sunday, Second Sunday in Passiontide - St. Matthew xxvi, 42: "Father, if this chalice may not pass away, but I must drink it, Thy will be done."

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  • (Following this line of thought, other gastronomers advanced communal standards for culinary judgments with the foundation of gastronomic "juries" whose opinions stood as shared norms for gustatory taste) (Gigante, Gusto xxvi) .3

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