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  • n. two (2)
  • n. Second, especially in the names of monarchs or popes the second.


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  • Both of the notebooks can be used with the new Acer ezDock II or II+ for easy docking in the office or at home.

    Acer introduces new business laptops -

  • In fact, I have an original Apple II (not II+) still in my basement (and it still works!)

    Get Your Defective Laptop Replaced By Sending Well-Written Emails To Steve Jobs - The Consumerist

  • Conservation groups were also relieved at what is not in the white paper: earlier suggestions to make de-listing buildings easier, that swathes of Grade II buildings might lose their status, and that the present Grade 3 listing might be simplified - leading to many Grade II* buildings being downgraded - have been quietly dropped.

    England's historic sites: Jewels in the crown to be protected. But who will pay heritage price?

  • I think you have a typo; the Apple that sold was the II and its later iterations the II+ and IIe; the III was released after the phenomenal success of the II series but was itself a dog of a computer.

    Glock Airlines

  • -- The persons are, accordingly, symmetrical throughout; the action is so until past the dolphins (VIII: VIII¹); the drapery only in II: II¹, and in VI, V, IV: IV¹, V¹, VI¹; and the weapons not at all.

    The American Journal of Archaeology, 1893-1

  • The other two satyrs (II: II¹), whose faces are also mutilated, correspond very closely in youth, action, and nudity.

    The American Journal of Archaeology, 1893-1

  • In these two pairs of figures it is also to be noticed that the heads of I and II at the left face the central group, while the heads of I¹ and II¹ at the right are turned away from the centre, toward the right.

    The American Journal of Archaeology, 1893-1

  • = M. Aurelius Cotta M.ximus M.ssalinus [31] (_Forschungen in Ephesos_ III 112 no. 22; cited by Syme _HO_ 117) was the younger son of M.ssalla, the patron of Tibullus; he was the recipient of six of the _Epistulae ex Ponto_ (I v, I ix, II iii, II viii, III ii & III v).

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • _Tr_ V iii 53-54 'si uestrum merui _candore_ fauorem,/nullaque iudicio littera laesa meo est', _EP_ II v 5, _EP_ III ii 21-22 'aut meus excusat caros ita _candor_ amicos,/utque habeant de me crimina nulla fauet', and _EP_ III iv 13 'uiribus infirmi uestro _candore_ ualemus'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • The Jiama (嘉馬) SPS-109, a Taiwanese clone of the Apple II, looks almost identical to the Apple II and II+, including an identical case, color and keyboard layout. - Financial News


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