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  • The latest Jared-iad, out in time to stoke your Christmas depression, is from Canadian scientist Thomas Homer-Dixon, whose The Upside of Down will make you mix one martini too many as you read it beside a Christmas tree that should never have been cruelly cut down.

    Posthuman Blues

  • Apparently the whole thing is iad for through taxes, sorry, statutory levies, on cereals and oilseed growers alogn with cereals dealers and processors.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • Is iad seo a leanas na teangacha Ceilteacha: an Bhriotáinis, an Bhreatnais, an Choirnis, Gáidhlig na hAlban, an Mhanainnis agus an Ghaeilge.

    between the rock and the cold, cold sea -- Day

  • She iad no doubt that he would find some means of et ting the girl know that they were going and give her the opportunity of actually seeing them leave the country if she had a mind to do so.

    The Course Of True Love

  • He iad made life interesting, even though they had irgued each time they had met, and she had njoyed his company.

    The Course Of True Love

  • That was exactly what he ~iad hoped for; but it made him feel miserably in the wrong, and on his own.

    Cities In Flight

  • In Gaelic the accusative pronouns, e, i and iad (= him, her and them) are often used in place of the nominatives, se, si and siad (= he, she and they), as in “isiad sin na buachaillidhe” (= them are the boys).

    Chapter 9. The Common Speech. 4. The Pronoun

  • BRYANT, _I.iad_, Book I. Chryses then departed from the Grecian camp, and as he returned home in sorrow, walking along the shores of the sea, he prayed to Apollo to punish the insult thus offered to his priest.

    The Story of Troy

  • BRYANT, _I.iad_, Book I. Thetis readily consented to do as her son desired.

    The Story of Troy

  • BRYANT, _I.iad_, Book I. Thetis did not forget her promise.

    The Story of Troy

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