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  • EUCLID, Ohio — A woman accused of beating a baby deer to death with a shovel after finding it in her flower garden has been sentenced to 80 hours of community service.

    Lost for Words on this one.

  • It takes place under the auspieces of EUCLID (European Association for Library and Information Education and Research) and deals with themes from library and information science.

    BOBCATSSS 2009 symposium

  • EUCLID answers a question on the path to "how does the universe work".

    ESA's Tough Choice: Dark Matter, Sun Close Flyby, Exoplanets (Pick Two) | Universe Today

  • EUCLID: He was scarcely alive, for he has been badly wounded; but he was suffering even more from the sickness which has broken out in the army.


  • EUCLID: Yes, Terpsion, he is a noble fellow; only to-day I heard some people highly praising his behaviour in this very battle.


  • EUCLID: He wanted to get home: although I entreated and advised him to remain, he would not listen to me; so I set him on his way, and turned back, and then I remembered what Socrates had said of him, and thought how remarkably this, like all his predictions, had been fulfilled.


  • EUCLID: And now, boy, you may take the roll and read.


  • EUCLID: I too shall be very glad of a rest, for I went with


  • EUCLID: Here is the roll, Terpsion; I may observe that I have introduced Socrates, not as narrating to me, but as actually conversing with the persons whom he mentioned — these were,


  • EUCLID: No, indeed, not offhand; but I took notes of it as soon as I got home; these I filled up from memory, writing them out at leisure; and whenever I went to Athens, I asked Socrates about any point which I had forgotten, and on my return I made corrections; thus I have nearly the whole conversation written down.



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