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  • Each There walks upon no alien soil; its place is its essential self; and, as each moves, so to speak, towards what is Above, it is attended by the very ground from which it starts: there is no distinguishing between the Being and the Place; all is Intellect, the Principle and the ground on which it stands, alike.

    The Six Enneads.

  • Thirdly, of Measuring the Distance betwixt Place and Place_.

    English Travellers of the Renaissance

  • Minor typographical errors have been corrected without note, whilst significant amendments have been listed below: p. 25, 'Place S. Isaac' amended to _Place S.. Isaac_; p. 36, 'Prince Petouchof' amended to _Count Petouchof_.

    Vera or, The Nihilists

  • Alexandre Lenoir remarks, to take a place in the vault of these vanished princes, whose ranks are no longer crowded, and which crime has been more prompt to scatter than has Death been to fill them; also the coffin of Louise de Vaudemont, wife of Henry III., the queen who was buried in the Church of the Capucins, Place

    The Duchess of Berry and the Court of Charles X

  • "Then let the scene of my trial be in a less crowded place -- the Place

    The Dodge Club or, Italy in MDCCCLIX

  • Today the Place is a silent shell, eerily magnificent, resembling a gigantic film set conceived with a megalomania exceeding Griffith's or De Mule's.

    Shedding Light on Lebanon

  • Today the Place is a silent shell, eerily magnificent, resembling a gigantic film set conceived with a megalomania exceeding Griffith's or De Mule's.

    Shedding Light on Lebanon

  • Forecourt, what they call Place d'Armes, a Runnymede and new Champ de Mai of free Frenchmen: nay of awakening, to sounds of indignant

    The French Revolution

  • If a woman's "Place" is not in the home, then whose place is it?

    The Harmless Housewife

  • If a woman's "Place" is not in the home, then whose place is it?

    Archive 2006-06-01

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