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Jan A., 20th-century Swedish geneticist. See: Böök syndrome.
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But unlike the comical villain he played on screen, Booke had a fascinating past.
Caxton's translation of The Booke of Ovyde Named Methamorphose, however, does not exist as a printed edition.
Pero como es sabido que pretender que el mundo anglosajon reconozca los logros mejicanos resulta tarea inutil, demos por bueno el record del Whole Booke of Psalmes Faithfully Translated into English Metre, el libro de canticos con el que los puritanos de las nuevas tierras honraban la gloria divina y agradecian sus mercedes.
Jane Grey has no idea how the Booke of Prayre got mixed up in her library books.
Jane discovers Lady Jane's Booke of Prayre mixed in with her research books from the library and it carries her back to Lady Jane during the last few months of her life.
jumanp tA booke Andy Murray also booked his place in the last four when he won the first set of his match against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
That doth best commend a Booke, the Stationer saies.
n 1533, the statesman Thomas More observed that, 'of newe booke makers, there are now moe then ynough'.
The Bliss Cookery Booke holds multiple generations' secret recipes that can cure influenza, make people speak and walk backwards, and even mend a broken heart.
Paul's Cathedral and widely available in woodcuts such as those in the margins in the Booke of Christian Prayers issued by John Daye in 1578 and a number of subsequent editions.
However, speculation linking him with Recital persisted after O'Brien confirmed he had booke d the j o c k e y for Leopardstown on the understanding "he might be available for us in the Derby".
And indeed it would have rendred the Booke so Voluminous, that Ladies and Gentlewomen would have found it scarce manageable, who in Workes of this nature must first be remembred.