Definitions

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  • adjective being seven more than forty

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Examples

  • Maregrete xlvii, oru e mitte of ih christ, wid her wempel ho hin bond.

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  • Divine Soul Downloads preprogrammed into, xlvii–xlviii, lv

    Tao II

  • Divine Soul Downloads preprogrammed into, xlvii–xlviii, lv

    Tao II

  • Divine Soul Downloads preprogrammed into, xlvii–xlviii, lv

    Tao II

  • Divine Soul Downloads preprogrammed into, xlvii–xlviii, lv

    Tao II

  • The charge and fine stem from, British colonial era laws (what a surprise) and in particular, section 153 (1) (xlvii) of the Summary Jurisdiction (Offences) Act Chapter 8:02 which makes an offence of "being a man, in any public way or public place, for any improper purpose, appears in female attire, or being a woman, in any public way or public place, for any improper purpose, appears in male attire…"

    Guyana - Seven men arrested for wearing women's clothing

  • The charge and fine stem from, British colonial era laws (what a surprise) and in particular, section 153 (1) (xlvii) of the Summary Jurisdiction (Offences) Act Chapter 8:02 which makes an offence of "being a man, in any public way or public place, for any improper purpose, appears in female attire, or being a woman, in any public way or public place, for any improper purpose, appears in male attire…"

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  • IUCN, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. xlvii + 373 pp + 38 maps.

    Isla del Coco Marine and Terrestrial Conservation Area, Costa Rica

  • We may thus readily conceive the power which clear and distinct knowledge, and especially that third kind of knowledge (II.xlvii. note), founded on the actual knowledge of God, possesses over the emotions: if it does not absolutely destroy them, in so far as they are passions (V.iii. and iv. note); at any rate, it causes them to occupy a very small part of the mind (V. xiv.).

    The Ethics

  • For it belongs to the essence of the human mind (II. xlvii.), to have an adequate knowledge of the eternal and infinite essence of God.

    The Ethics

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