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- n. Plural form of nexion.
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Such a centre would also be a place of magickal and esoteric learning, and – here is the secret – where the physical nexions are.
We are glad that you are M happy in your church, in your society, and in all your ccm-* nexions.
It must be Gough, from his con - nexions with Eronn, and frequent inquiries of this kind at his own shop.
Think for a moment of such a number of our valuable citizens, of different ranks and ages, and from all parts of the union, as would be requisite to con - stitute an army and a navy sufficient to contend with a potent enemy think of these taking leave of their homes and con - nexions for the place of danger.
A sermon, delivered in the meeting house of the First Baptist church in the city of New York, August 20th, 1812. Being a day recommended, by the constituted authorities of the nation, as a day of special humiliation and prayer, on account of the present war
(H ') irdii, We tliougiit it probable that ttejr might by fome means or other have con-J nexions with the Ruffians, who have extended their trade an immenfe way.
An authentic narrative of a voyage performed by Captain Cook and Captain Clerke, in His Majesty's ships Resolution and Discovery during the years 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779 and 1780 [microform] : in search of a North-West passage between the continents of Asia and America : including a faithful account of all their discoveries, and the unfortunate death of Captain Cook : illustrated with a chart and a variety of cuts
Acts of real physical danger – such as facing one’s own death – can certainly open nexions within the psyche of the individual, and thus enable not only an awareness of the acausal, but also cause that individual to be affected by those acausal energies.
* 'and I dare fay Thomas will bring nie a very good account of his family, fortune, and con - nexions/*
a great part of the profit, and ftill more of the power of the court of Rome was cut off; and the con - nexions between the pope and the Englifh clergy were in fome meafure diflblved.