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  • I've lived in lents since 1956 i played in the park, so did my kids and grand kids we love the green tree's and grass, please dont let them take it from us 'We all dont have much they havent taken already, aCONCERNED CITZEN [Omitted]

    Reader poll: Who's worse, Adams or Leonard? (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • It consisted in an honest attempt to lead the life of "the Perfected," and chiefly in keeping their three "lents," abstaining from meat, milk-food and eggs.

    The Inquisition A Critical and Historical Study of the Coercive Power of the Church

  • June 3, 2009 7: 01 PM problem is - once lents is off the table randy and sam will propose another location that will be even worse for PDX ...

    Saltzman looking for easy way out on Paulson stadiums? (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Mercy: fiador is a person who lents money to someone without a warranty that he'll pay back.

    Please help - difference between aval and fiador!

  • Art should create a superior beauty by reflecting on nature, and improve it, just as “bees collect honey from bitter plants” (a metaphor used by André Félibien, author of Entretiens sur les vies et les ouvrages des plus excel - lents peintres anciens et modernes [1666-88], in his tenth Entretien, subsequently used by Winckelmann and others).


  • They are the only equiva - lents of concepts of law in early archaic society; but

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • "On peut dire que la _Chanson de Roland_ (ainsi que toutes nos plus anciennes chansons de geste) se développe non pas, comme les poèmes homériques, par un courant large et ininterrompu, non pas, comme le _Nibelungenlied_, par des battements d'ailes égaux et lents, mais par un suite d'explosions successives, toujours arrêtées court et toujours reprenant avec soudaineté" ( au moyen âge_, p. 59).

    Epic and Romance Essays on Medieval Literature

  • Et retourne agrave; pas lents vers les cités infimes,


  • Les éléphants rugueux, voyageurs lents et rudes, 15

    Les Éléphants

  • And there is seven years and seven lents of pardon; and the body of S. George lieth in the middle of the quire or choir of the said chapel, and in his tomb is an hole that a man may put in his hand.

    The Golden Legend, vol. 3


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