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  • The Mapping of an Ideological Demesne (Under Review at Harvard UP): The massive proliferation, from the fifteenth through the seventeenth century, of technologies for measuring, projecting, and organizing geographical and social space produced in the European cultural imaginary an intense and widespread interest in visualizing this world and alternative worlds.

    intertribal: a positive and generative potential in the experience of getting lost.

  • If I was back at the Demesne, I'd run the Red Ensign up the Castle flagpole!

    I remember this flag, and those who served under it

  • Only the leaders o 'each Demesne be here, and all be on honor to provoke naught.

    Unicorn Point

  • "Make of this, the Red Demesne, a holocaust, a wreck obscene."

    Blue Adept

  • Demesne lands and other lands, purchase of which would interfere with the value of adjoining property, are omitted from the scope of the statute, and its operation is limited to the case of 2,000 tenants, whose claims must be disposed of within four years.

    Ireland and the Home Rule Movement

  • Demesne situate in the townland of Rosenallis, barony of Tinnahinch.

    Ulysses

  • I'll ask it -- 'Why am dis room like de Enniscar Demesne?'

    All on the Irish Shore Irish Sketches

  • Lord of this Demesne and his three daughters encamped, attended by a platoon of cooks, valets, maids, and hostlers.

    A Daughter of the Middle Border

  • She was observed of the Lord of Hartlepe, the young Lord of Brokenbridge, the Lord of Courthope Saint James; of the Baron of Starning and Parrox, also, from the East Demesne.

    The Forest Lovers

  • FAMILY: There's a host of activities to suit young and old alike at the Spring Fair at Barnett's Demesne in Belfast this weekend.

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