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  • Theyellow lineis the average tax rate Illinois employers paid.

    Illinois���s Unemployment Insurance Fund Goes Broke

  • Thered lineis what the Department of Labor estimated a sustainable tax rate to be.

    Illinois���s Unemployment Insurance Fund Goes Broke

  • With all of these benefits, it's not surprising that shopping on-lineis a growing trend!

    Why Shop Online

  • V. testa turbinata, globoso-conica, late umbilicata, spira elatiuscula, epidermide tenui fusco-viridi obtecta; anfractibus convexis, ad suturas subplanatis, faciis tribus vel quatuor angustis olivaceo-viridibus transversis ornatis; anfractu ultimo inflato, lineis duabus impressis ad peripheriam instructo; apertura ovata, postice subangulata; labio simplici; labro acuto.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • Helix perinflata, Pfr.T. umbilicata, globosa, solida, striis incrementi rugosis et lineis impressis antrorsum descendentibus decussata, isabellino-albida; spira convexo-conoidea, apice obtusa; anfr.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • M. testa fusiformi-turrita; spira elata, conica; epidermide pallide olivaceo induta, rufo-fusca, pulcherrime maculata, maculis saepe in lineis undulatis longitudinalibus dispositis; anfractibus planis, longitudinaliter plicatis, plicis aequalibus regularibus subdistantibus, ad suturas nodulosis; apertura oblongo-ovata, antice effusa; labio subincrassato; labro simplici, acuto.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • Saturnina a Rascetta per mediam manum decurrens, usque ad radicem montis Saturni, a parvis lineis intersecta, arguit melancholicos.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Note 5: RHF, 18: 728B: "effosso sepulcro propriis manibus, corpus extraxit defuncti foetens admodum et putridum, magnum naribus offendiculum, utpote quod jam per menses aliquot ibi jacuerat tumulatione, et ab ipsa camera usque ad coemeterium Montis-Autrici, nudis pedibus, solis indutus lineis ut plebeius quilibet, ad tumulandum ibidem propriis humeris deportavit, sese humlians salubriter coram Deo". back

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • On the Impressions of the Air (De impressionibus aæris), On Lines, Angles and Figures (De lineis, angulis et figuris), On the Nature of Places

    Robert Grosseteste

  • Translations of De lineis, angulis et figuris and De iride.

    Robert Grosseteste

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