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  • adjective being six more than forty

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  • See the excellent brief biography in Kelly and Baradell, Iredell Papers III, xxv–xlvi, esp. xxv–xxviii.

    Ratification

  • See the excellent brief biography in Kelly and Baradell, Iredell Papers III, xxv–xlvi, esp. xxv–xxviii.

    Ratification

  • See the excellent brief biography in Kelly and Baradell, Iredell Papers III, xxv–xlvi, esp. xxv–xxviii.

    Ratification

  • Strutt, in his pioneering study of popular sports and pastimes, notes that the progress of refinement produces a general decline of "manly and spirited" bodily exercises, a result of the withdrawal of the nobility from practices that came to be seen as vulgar, and the disappearance of the public spaces once devoted to such exercises, which confined them to "common drinking-houses" (Strutt xlvi).

    Walter Scott, Politeness, and Patriotism

  • Almah, girl, virgin, singing-girl, hence he would translate Al – Alamoth shir (Psalm xlvi.) and Nebalim al-alamoth (I. Chron., xv. 20) by a “song for singing-girls” and “harps for singing-girls.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • These propositions, and all that relate to the true way of life and religion, are easily proved from IV.xxxvii. and IV. xlvi.

    The Ethics

  • Thus he writes that “Art, as an imitator of nature, should always seek out what is natural for the form of beauty, and should avoid, as much as is possible, all that is violent, because even the beauty in life can become displeasing through forced gestures” (“On the Capacity for the Sentiment for the Beautiful in Art,” Essays on the Philosophy and History of Art, volume I, p. xlvi).

    18th Century German Aesthetics

  • “Icaromenip.” xlvi. 4, in imitation of this passage apparently; or if ekhei, translate “is arranged.”

    Memorabilia

  • For instance, we have laid down among the rules of life (IV.xlvi. and note), that hatred should be overcome with love or high-mindedness, and not required with hatred in return.

    The Ethics

  • Now the whole of mankind is compared to God as to one king, according to Psalm xlvi.

    The Political Ideas of St. Thomas Aquinas

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