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  • The highlight of the trip was the oldest pyramid of them all, the so-called step pyramid at Saqqara, and behind it a nobleman's tomb with astoundingly beautiful reliefs of hieroglyphs and ancient life.

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  • Years afterward, the nobleman's son was stricken with pneumonia.

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  • In their home at Lael Farm near West Grove, Pa., the Jacksons have a lithograph of a 19th-century French nobleman's six foxhounds.

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  • A nobleman's deformity was always on the body; the women suffered a different kind of ailment: they could be beautiful, but insane.

    G'lder

  • LOS ANGELES — Lady Dai was a Chinese nobleman's wife in her mid-50s when she died of a heart attack.

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  • "Joseph fell for the Egyptian nobleman's wife, and almost committed adultery" if it were not that he saw

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  • Gardeners grew fresh herbs which were used for both medical remedies and cookery, and were therefore an essential part of the nobleman's garden. and

    tingilinde:

  • The story is told by Caterina, a village apothecary's daughter who, after a brief liaison with a nobleman's son, gives birth to a boy destined to become one of Italy's greatest creative minds.

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  • Manrico, the nobleman's son whom she raised as her own, becomes the instrument of her revenge.

    A Fast, Ferocious 'Il Trovatore'

  • Great Moments in Cryptography1900 B.C. Menet Khufu, Egypt Into the rock of a nobleman's tomb, a master scribe carved unusual symbols rather than the standard hieroglyphics.

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