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  • The poem is followed by the short separate Lay (forty-four lines) of the _Hell-ride of Brynhild_, which looks as if it might have been composed by the same or another poet, to supply some of the history wanting at the beginning of the _Lay of Brynhild_.

    Epic and Romance Essays on Medieval Literature

  • The poem named by the Oxford editors "The Long Lay of Brunhild" (i.p. 293) is headed in the manuscript "Qviða Sigurþar," _Lay of Sigurd_, and referred to, in the prose gloss of _Codex Regius_, as "The Short

    Epic and Romance Essays on Medieval Literature

  • Very swiftly it was noised about the country, and the Breton folk made a Lay thereon, which they called the Lay of the Laustic, in their own tongue.

    French Mediaeval Romances from the Lays of Marie de France

  • So he drew from the pigeon-hole what he called his Lay, furbished up the few old verses, made a number of new ones, reconstructed the whole, and lo, The Kasidah!

    The Life of Sir Richard Burton

  • Normally the type of material Frito-Lay is making available to everyone is only available to media or press outlets working on stories.

    SunChips Packaging to be 100% Compostable by Earth Day 2010

  • To push the brands as being good values, Heinz will be selling slightly larger ketchup bottles, and Frito-Lay is adding 20% to Tostitos, Fritos, Cheetos and Doritos - without raising the price.

    The Consumerist: February 2009 Archives

  • Frito-Lay is returning to its old, nondegradable packaging, for five of the six Sun Chips flavors.

    Sun Chips Bag to Lose Its Crunch

  • Frito-Lay is pulling most of the biodegradable packaging that it uses for its Sun Chips snacks, following an outcry from consumers who complained the new bags were too noisy.

    Currency Wars, Dow 11000, a Hot Nobel

  • Heard on NPR yesterday that Lay is the direct cause of nationalization of energy, and that it is here to stay, and by proxy

    Think Progress » Bush on Ken Lay: He Was ‘A Good Guy’

  • The fact that Jim Lay is crazy was brought to my attention the week before last, but now that The Talking Head has decided to post about it (and all but endorses Jim Lay for Delegate), i think ill throw up some thoughts.

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