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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as theoric.

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  • Note 4: See, for example, Pierre-François Tingry, Traité theorique et practique sur l'art de faire et d'appliquer les vernis (Geneva, an XI [1803]), ii. back

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • Traité theorique et practique sur l'art de faire et d'appliquer les vernis.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • Le jeune homme qui commence son education quinze ans apres son pere, a une epoque ou celui-ci, engage dans une profession speciale et active, ne peut que suivre les anciens principes, acquiert une superiorite theorique dont on doit tenir compte dans la hierarchie sociale.

    Lectures on Modern history

  • 1803 Pierre-François Tingry, Traité theorique et practique sur l'art de faire et d'appliquer les vernis (Geneva).

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • He might have said at once, instead of making a parcel of wry faces over the matter, that Burns had written Tam o'Shanter, and that that alone was enough; that he could hardly have described the excesses of mad, hairbrained, roaring mirth and convivial indulgence, which are the soul of it, if he himself had not "drunk full ofter of the ton than of the well" -- unless "the act and practique part of life had been the mistress of his theorique."

    Lectures on the English Poets Delivered at the Surrey Institution

  • G. Plateau, "Statique expérimentale et theorique des liquides soumise aux seules forces moleculaires" (2 vols.,

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 16 [Supplement]

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