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