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  • I Where e is the coefficient of x in both equa - tions but afFefted with contrary figns; becaufe when the fecond term. is wanting in an equa-* lion, the Aim of the afErmative roots muft be equal to the fum of the negative.

    A Treatise of Algebra: In Three Parts ; Containing

  • Those words could have come from that diverse and brave group who made their stand at the Stonewall Inn that Friday night in June 1969, a stand for dignity and equa ...

    Rea Carey: Our Moral Imperative

  • Denver third-grader Ethan McNamee's rally for equa...

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  • Great men are most part thus affected all, as a horse they neigh, saith [6082] Jeremiah, after their neighbours 'wives, — ut visa pullus adhinnit equa: and if they be in company with other women, though in their own wives' presence, they must be courting and dallying with them.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Finally, Wyclif divides simple supposition into equal (equa) and unequal

    John Wyclif

  • Cumque homines a remotis tempus obseruauerint, emittunt pellum equæ vt videat matrem, cuius aspectu iam diu stetit priuatus, ad cuius hinnitum protinus equa reuertitur onusta de auro.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Instabulatur ibi et equa cum suo pullo, sed et ipse albus, nobilitèr phaleratus, et onustatus certo pondere auri et argenti.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Et quoniam ignorantiæ nubilo turpiter excæcati putant in alio seculo homines delectationibus frui, dicunt quòd tentorium erit ei pro hospitio, cibi ad edendum, lac ad potandum, equus ad equitandum, aurum et argentum ad respiciendum, sed et equa lac sempèr præstabit, et pullos equinos successiue generabit.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Instabulatur ibi et equa cum suo pullo, sed et ipse albus, nobilit鑢 phaleratus, et onustatus certo pondere auri et argenti.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Et quoniam ignoranti� nubilo turpiter exc鎐ati putant in alio seculo homines delectationibus frui, dicunt qu騞 tentorium erit ei pro hospitio, cibi ad edendum, lac ad potandum, equus ad equitandum, aurum et argentum ad respiciendum, sed et equa lac semp鑢 pr鎠tabit, et pullos equinos successiue generabit.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

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