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  • This was the eighth circle, Malebolge, or Evil pits, consisting of ten concentric bolge, or ditches of stone with dikes between and rough bridges running across them to the centre.

    National Epics Kate Milner Rabb 1901

  • The _bolge_ and the damned souls which occupy them, are, as we have said, repetitions, but with less intelligence and character than the

    Fra Angelico J. B. Supino 1869

  • They were not aware that the Buddhists of the far East had held much the same theory of endless retribution several centuries before; and that Dante, with his various bolge, tenanted each by its various species of sinners, was merely re-echoing the horrors which are to be seen painted on the walls of any Buddhist temple, as they were on the walls of so many European churches during the Middle

    The Water of Life and Other Sermons Charles Kingsley 1847

  • And i also noticed he deffinately at points had a bolge going on down below haha probably semi errect i dunnnoooo.

    Red Ice Creations 2009

  • Authorities agree that budget is from the archaic French bougette, diminutive of bouge, 'pocket, purse' (Old French bolge, diminutive bolgete).

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol IX No 2 1982

  • _bolge_ (hell-pits), but even the repetition of motives in the souls that fill them; the only and notable difference is the figure of

    Fra Angelico J. B. Supino 1869

  • _bolge_ are the passionate and the gluttonous souls, and below again the luxurious and avaricious ones.

    Fra Angelico J. B. Supino 1869

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    Web Apps on Go2Web20 2010


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  • My 'funny word' for a blog.

    April 21, 2007