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  • n. Plural form of edification.


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  • Now that the edifications of architects has been addressed, can we have a Thinkers for Bloggers series?


  • Dominicans and the Franciscans and the Charterhouse Abbey; and within two days, says Knox, "the walls only did remain of these great edifications."

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 10

  • So this suffiseth to your demaund, wherefore we wil come to intreate of the defending and besieging of tounes, and of their situacions and edifications.

    Machiavelli, Volume I

  • For your edifications, here's the last email I got from iTMS Support that actually -- for the first time -- explained what really happened to the iTMS.


  • Somehow customs officers did not confiscate these edifications of Greece's ex-owners and put me through a re-education programme does say something about, er .... something I am sure.


  • At this distance we can see the limits of the forest and the edifications 10 2 100 meters

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  • Charterhouse monks (a building of a wondrous cost and greatness), were so destroyed that the walls only did remain of all these great edifications. "

    Royal Edinburgh Her Saints, Kings, Prophets and Poets


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