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  • adjective being five more than ninety

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Examples

  • 'xcv' in all the text boxes in the second additional form just to see what it would do.

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  • While, overall, Mind and World remains one of the most insightful developments of a Kantian approach to contemporary philosophy of mind and metaphysics written by a contemporary philosopher, one or two of the uncharitable interpretations of Kant's work in that book receive important revisions in McDowell's later Woodbridge Lectures, published in the Journal of Philosophy, xcv, 1998, pp. 431-491.

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  • Again, Pheneos is a dactyl in lxviii. 111, while Satrachus is an anapaest in xcv.

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  • Hence is that expression, “He bowed down his head and worshipped,” [Gen.xxiv. 26;] see [also] Ps. xcv.

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  • I also, in the same place (vol.i. p. xcv.), showed, from several authorities, how common and how venial offence it was considered in the middle of the reign of Elizabeth.

    Notes and Queries, Number 01, November 3, 1849

  • There ought to be a reference, on p. 298 below, to M. Joseph Bédier's papers in the _Revue Historique_ (xcv. and xcvii.) on _Raoul de

    Epic and Romance Essays on Medieval Literature

  • Again, _Pheneos_ is a dactyl in lxviii. 111, while _Satrachus_ is an anapaest in xcv.

    The Poems and Fragments of Catullus

  • The spelling of the word "gospel" varies throughout; thus, in Mark, fols. lxiiii-lxxii., xci., xciv., xcv., xcvii., and xcviii. it is

    Notes and Queries, Number 11, January 12, 1850

  • Septuagint they occasionally differ from the Hebrew, assigning psalms that are anonymous in the Hebrew (xcv., cxxxvii.) to David, or to other authors (e.g., cxlvi. -cxlviii. to Haggai and Zechariah.)

    Introduction to the Old Testament

  • Sir WILLIAM RAMSAY: "Elements and Electrons," Journal of the Chemical Society, vol.xcv. (1909), pp. 624 et seq.

    Alchemy: Ancient and Modern

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