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  • That line originally read, The din's/grown deafening: 'Die!'

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • You may imagine my joy and comfort when I saw the Mandingo take a seat near the prince, as a signal for the din's cessation.

    Captain Canot or, Twenty Years of an African Slaver

  • These camps open up most interesting avenues of speculation; many of them were undoubtedly built as defences, some few -- such as the small earthwork on the din's edge at Martinhoe -- as beacons or signalling stations, and some are conjectured to have been built for burial purposes, not the mere barrows for single internment, but in connection with sepulchral ceremonies and rites of the worship of the dead.

    Lynton and Lynmouth A Pageant of Cliff & Moorland

  • I'm feart the din's gotten into my heid, an 'I'll never get it out again.

    The Marquis of Lossie

  • Zaven Sinanian vacated the beit din's award in April, after Ohana's lawyer successfully argued that Rabbi Nachum Sauer should be disqualified from that beit din because he was interviewed in a Daily News story about the case.

  • The answer to that question (i.e. on race) is obvious to all and it would be completely unnecessary for LKS to seek din's clarification about it.

    SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator

  • Turk acknowledged the beth din's censure, saying the board was in the process of paying off the condo's debts.

    Vos Iz Neias - (Yiddish:What's News?)

  • It's the beit din's job to figure out whether I'm ready for conversion.


  • * ■ Several collections of state papers hare been published from the Cecil MSS. as Dr. Forbes's; Haynes's, 1740; Mai din's, 1759, ice,

    Peerage of England. ...


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