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The Latin Vocabulary: Containing the Latin of the English Words which Occur ... - Page 75
by Rev. David Williams - 1829
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The Holy Bible, According to the Authorized Version (A.D. 1611): St. John ...

Frederic Charles Cook - Bible - 1888
...to throw round* the monster Tiamat. The four winds he seized, that nothing* of her might go forth ; The north wind, the south wind, the east wind, the west wind. By his side he placed the net, the gift of his father Anu. He created a stormwind, a baleful wind,...
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A Practical Method for Learning Spanish: In Accordance with Ybarra's System ...

Alejandro Ybarra - Spanish language - 1884 - 326 pages
...idle this boy may be. Moonlight. The new moon. The full moon. The first quarter. The last quarter. The north wind. The south wind. The east wind. The west wind. The trade-winds. A foul wind. A fair wind. The Custom House. The City HalL The State House. A ferry-boat....
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Apocrypha, Volume 2

Bible - 1888
...to throw round* the monster Tiamat. The four winds he seized, that nothing* of her might go forth ; The north wind, the south wind, the east wind, the west wind. By his side he placed the net, the gift of his father Anu. He created a stormwind, a baleful wind,...
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Primary Education, Volume 27

Education - 1919
...autumn. Appropriate autumn songs or folk dances may be introduced into the play. CHARACTERS THE WINDS THE NORTH WIND THE SOUTH WIND THE EAST WIND THE WEST WIND THE AUTUMN LEAVES MAPLE LEAVES OAK LEAVES ELM LEAVES .THE BIRDS ROBINS BLUEBIRDS THE PUMPKINS RED APPLES...
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The Story of Karongoa

Henry Evans Maude - Folk literature - 1991 - 107 pages
...trees: the name of this tree is Te Uekera. The wind came and pressed upon the upper parts of the tree: the north wind; the south wind; the east wind; the west wind. And lo! the tree came into bearing, and from it there came forth a human being: a woman named Nei Tereere....
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