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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Caedmon Died c. 680. The earliest English poet. According to Bede, he was an elderly herdsman who received the power of song in a vision.

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Examples

  • Of these verses, called Caedmon's hymn, Bede gives the

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • These are the so-called Caedmon, Andreini, and Vondel.

    Milton

  • As well as his Banks series, 'Caedmon's Song', a stand-alone, is a good read.

    Innocence

  • Modern English translation: many a tribe over middle earth--Beowulf, line 75, available online and in the poem known as Caedmon’s Hymn:

    Old English gods and myths: the worlds

  • The listener pays a flat monthly fee and can download as many songs as they would like by a group of artists such as Caedmon's Call, Waterdeep, Andrew Osenga, and Matthew Perryman Jones.

    Planet RMFO Blog

  • She's kickbutt and is preternaturally strong, not to mention shes got Louis-Caesar and Caedmon to lust cough look at.

    Countdown to Branded By Fire: 6 days to go!

  • HomeVisit Barbara Holdridge, who co-founded Caedmon Audio in 1952 and is considered a pioneer in the audio book industry, and her husband bought this Georgian mansion in Owings Mills, Md., for $205,000 in 1973.

    Historic Captain's Home

  • SELLER: Barbara Holdridge, who co-founded Caedmon Audio in 1952 and is considered a pioneer in the audio book industry.

    A Historic Captain's Home

  • In addition, here are the two Caedmon albums featuring David McCallum reading Lovecraft ...

    Dec 1st, 2008 - Issue 0.019

  • This gem was recorded for the wonderful Caedmon label and released in 1976.

    Nov. 4th, 2008 - Issue 0.003

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