from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of Latin idem quod, ‘the same as.’
- n. An abbreviation of the Latin Iesus Christus, Jesus Christ.
- n. An abbreviation of Inside Guard or Guardian;
- n. of Inspector General.
- An abbreviation
- of inside sentinel;
- of Irish Society.
- n. An abbreviation of Inner Temple.
- n. An abbreviation of Isle of Wight.
- n. An abbreviation of the Latin Iesus Christus.
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The individual efforts of the Indians, owing to their indolence, soon proved to be inadequate, whereupon separate plots were set aside as common fields, called Tupamba, i. e.
Mrs. Cooper asked her Chinese cook how the Chinese were voting -- i. e., the native-born Chinamen who were entitled to vote -- and he replied, blithely, "All Chinamen vote for Billy McKee and ` no 'to women!"
[3.37] For date see Stow (Kingsford's ed.), i. 108; i, 318; Mon. Fr., i.
[11.13] On the use of classics in the Middle Ages see Sandys, i.
[4.40] Sandys, i. 486-489, q.v. for other interesting facts about this abbot.
[10.18] Donnée des comptes des Roys de France, au 14e siècle (1852), 227; Putnam, i.
The earliest edition of this work, referred to in the preface to the edition of 1820 in ten volumes, as containing the observations of M. Moreau, is said to have been published in 1807; and I have no doubt that this is correct, because the ` Notice sur Lavater 'at the commencement of volume i. is dated April 13, 1806.
[4.86] Delisle, Bibl. de École des chartes, iiie ser. i.
A portion of this inventory has been printed in Notices of the Churches of Warwickshire, i.
The "Psychomachia" is the model of a style destined to be lovingly cultivated in the Middle Ages, i. e., allegorical poetry, of which before Prudentius only the merest traces are found (in such authors as Apuleius, Tertullian, and Claudian).