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Bock

(bahk),
August C., German anatomist, 1782-1833. See: Bock ganglion.
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Dame Agnes's ownership is indicated by a note entered on a flyleaf of S by one "Isabell Lumley" ("Here beginnith the boke cald Grace Dieu giffen unto the / Monasterye of Marrick by Dame Agnes Radcliff onn / whose sowl Ihesu haue mercye.
15) The constitution of noble subjects was thought to be in equilibrium, and numerous regimens (Elyot's Boke named the Governour is a case in point) assisted the nobility in harnessing the environment to the purpose of maintaining the presumed superiority of their natures.
Mamaa Tiqraa is a pilot, but Boke says if the funding can be found he's game to expand it to Lebanon's other camps.
Pharmaceutical company American Oriental Bioengineering Inc (NYSE:AOB) reported on Monday the commercial launch of Yi Shen Jian Gu Gel (YSJG Gel), under the established Boke brand, in the market for osteoporosis.
Gerrard boke clear from halfway and then unleashed a 25-yard thunderbolt which left Fabien Barthez with no chance.
1547) el termino que se utiliza es retaile boke y no shoppe booke; ademas el enfoque que Peele da a los negocios minoristas es distinto del de Ympyn (5).
One, from her personal book of devotion, is inscribed: "Thys boke ys myn Elysabeth the kyngys dawwghtyr.
The Authorship of The Boke of Cupide" was Scattergood's first published journal article, prior to the popularity John Clanvowe's work was to enjoy.
Rio Tinto Plc (LSE: RIO) (ASX: RIO) (NYSE:RTP), a UK-based mineral resources company, has entered into a memorandum of understanding to build planning and management capacities in the rural development communities (CRDs) of Kamsar, Kolaboui and Sangaredi, in the Boke mining region of the Republic of Guinea.
The epic's frequent examples of moral and immoral behavior reflect the emphasis upon virtuous discipline found in such contemporary works as Thomas Elyot's Boke Named the Governor (1531); Spenser clearly expresses "the intermingled assumptions of humanist civic responsibility and Protestant vocation" (94).
The related discussions, lucid and interesting though they often are, of The Boke Named the Governour, Euphues, The Faerie Queene, Damon and Pithias, The Malcontent, The Maid's Tragedy, The Atheist's Tragedy, the plays of Marlowe and Jonson, etc.
Here before tyme this boke was prynted in parys in to corrupte englysshe and nat by no englysse man, wherefore these bokes that were broughte into Inglonde no man coude understonde them perfectly and no marvayll for hit is unlekly for a man of that country for to make hyt into perfyte englysshe as it shoude be.