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  • In her will, she devised to her “nease” Rebecca Da Silva “one Negrow Girle,” and to another “nease” Rachel Da Silva another “negro gireal.”

    Colonial Entrepreneurs: A Quartet of Jewish Women.

  • Still another “negro gireal” was given to still another “nease,” Simja Da Silva.

    Colonial Entrepreneurs: A Quartet of Jewish Women.

  • For all that has been written about the subject, for all the continuing nease and for all the importance of the issues involved, if you want to know how artists and intellectuals survived, worked and adapted, or if you want to have some idea of what cultural life was like and what policies were followed by German and Vichy authorities, you will have difficulty finding answers.

    'The Shameful Peace'

  • ⁊ eau {er} se ha i þis world luueden  {110} ha {m} mare {;} se ha þer heatieð ham swiðere. ⁊ eiðer curseð oðer. ⁊ fret of þe oðres earen. ⁊ te nease alswa.

    Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts

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