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  • verb inanimate intransitive

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  • n. the cardinal number that is the sum of six and one
  • adj. being one more than six

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  • The First Love is said to be portrayed in cant. vii., the Last in cant.x. of book vi. of the _Faerie Queene_.

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  • The Metrical History of the first Crusade, in vii. books, (p. 890 — 912,) is of small value or account.

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  • To the light ofA wakeness that reflected back to me my own True Self through the forms of Arvis Justi Jakusho Kwong Roshi Nisargadatta Maharaj CONTENTS Foreword vii Introduction Xi Poem: Who are you?

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  • For a short but engaging overview of Proto-Indo-European language and culture, see DIR, vii–xxxv.

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  • Soon thereafter, so too had the idea that life was divided not into pleasure and pain, but rather into business and pleasure.vii Fascination with the new concept of the business suit arrived in 1870.

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  • But the Jazz Age excitement would be stifled when jazz, and the liberal spirit it celebrated, were labeled “decadent” by Fascist regimes that rose to power in the wake of German National Socialism in the 1930s.vi Some musicians fled Europe; some perished in concentration camps.vii

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  • In 1942, it was for the first time used in English to refer to physiologically damaging responses to stressful events.vii This twisted up ideas previously conjured by stress, because the new meaning identified trouble coming not only from external incidents or conditions, but also from powerfully disturbing reactions to them.

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  • Of course, a language can also become extinct simply because its community of speakers dies out.vii

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