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EMPIRE
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CONTENTS
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THIRTY-NINE ARTICLES
BIOGRAPHY
PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY
DECEMBER 1883
VICTOR HUGO
GREAT PREFACE
APPROACH
FRANCE
DAUGHTER
PAGES
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LIFE
LIMITED INFORMATION
THEORY
CHAPTER
SECTION
GRACE
ADJECTIVE
JULIUS CAESAR
REPRODUCTION
ORIGIN
COMPILER
YOUTH
MEANS
VOLUME
CHINA
FIRST PUBLISHED
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POETRY
TEXT
CHESS
VLADIMIR KRAMNIK
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IMPORTANT
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Definitions

  1. His preface, an informal memoir, vividly conveys the mingled excitement, uncertainty, and intensity felt by the Manhattan Project scientists.
  2. The preface was written by David Cortright, whose 1975 book, Soldiers in Revolt, is considered the definitive chronicle of the Vietnam GI movement.
  3. The preface was written by one Eugene Canseliet, who claimed Fulcanelli was his master, who had disappeared in 1922.
  4. In the preface, the Church gives thanks to the Father, through Christ, in the Holy Spirit, for all his works: creation, redemption, and sanctification. (Web site)
  5. Unlike a preface, a foreword is always signed. (Web site)

Empire

  1. The brilliant Starship Commander Flandry fought to save the empire even as he scorned it" (from the preface to "The Rebel Worlds").

Value

  1. The preface by Francis P. Farquhar, which gives a brief sketch of King's life, might increase the value of the book to American mountain climbers.

Translations

  1. Jerome, in his preface to the Vulgate gospels, commented that there were "as many [translations] as there are manuscripts". (Web site)

Contents

  1. GNU Emacs Manual - Preface Go to the first, previous, next, last section, table of contents.

Principles

  1. In the preface of The Principles of Political Economy and Taxation (1817), David Ricardo laid out the goal of his work.

Reference

  1. Reference: preface to Luther's Large and preface to Luther's Small Catechism. (Web site)

Buddhism

  1. Buddhism by Annie H Small - Published 1905- I think this preface she wrote gives a good idea of the intention of this book.

Books

  1. For these books, Gifford wrote a preface that exposed American readers, for the first time, to noir as a literary concept. (Web site)

England

  1. The first Bible printed by authority in England was an edition with a preface by Cranmer, hence called Cranmer's Bible.

Thirty-Nine Articles

  1. This royal role is acknowledged in the Preface to the Thirty-Nine Articles of 1562.

Biography

  1. Biography, poems, published works, awards, and the preface to 'Time Capsule'.
  2. As Durrell suggests in his Preface, one telling point is that Platina includes a biography of Pope John VIII in his "Lives of the Popes". (Web site)

Percy Bysshe Shelley

  1. Mary Shelley, Preface to The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley Any objective method, duly verified, belies the initial contact with the object.

December 1883

  1. In December 1883, his volume Poesii appeared, with selection of poems and with a preface by Titu Maiorescu. (Web site)

Victor Hugo

  1. By the preface of his novel "Notre Dame de Paris" (1832) Victor Hugo aroused a strong public sentiment in favour of the cathedral. (Web site)

Great Preface

  1. Joseph Brodsky maybe share his place, but Brodsky is also co-author of this book - he wrote great preface for it. (Web site)

Approach

  1. In an engaging preface, Mead tells how his approach to electromagnetic theory was inspired by his interaction with Richard Feynman. (Web site)

France

  1. Petitot, in his preface to Villehardouin in the Collection des Memoires, relatifs a l'Histoire de France, tom.

Daughter

  1. Edited by his Daughter, with a Preface and Notes by his Son.
  2. Hyginus in the preface to his fables calls her Admeto, and a daughter of Pontus and Thalassa.

Pages

  1. The same, minus the first 16 pages, which consist of a preface and a letter from Mr. Spooner to M.D. Phillips, will be furnished at 50 cents. (Web site)

Science

  1. According to the preface, this is a "condensed" and updated version of the author's earlier work, Computer Security: Art and Science.

Life

  1. They are not of much value, PREFACE 3 though I have been able to gather from them stray facts relating to the family of Gulab Singh and his early life.
  2. In the Preface to The Ethics of Liberty, Rothbard continues the theme that dominated his life in a more scholarly fashion. (Web site)

Limited Information

  1. Limited information also exists in Tacitus ' ethnographic work Germania, although some preface is necessary due to context.

Theory

  1. His answer to his critics on his theory of Race, and his criticism of Delitzsch in the preface to the fourth edition are fine pieces of polemical writing. (Web site)
  2. As Byron himself notes in the "Preface" to Cain, Cain's vision in Act II was inspired by the theory of catastrophism.
  3. Gibbs chose this subtitle because he knew his theory did not agree with experiments, as he emphasized in the preface to the book. (Web site)

Chapter

  1. Following a very brief preface, Chapter 1 ("The Macroeconomics of the Great Depression") presents the basic themes of the book. (Web site)
  2. In this chapter, the ideas of Eugene Gendlin, whom Ellis acknowledges in his preface as a major influence, play a large and explicit role.

Section

  1. Personally, I think the end of the preface and the end of the section "Blackface minstrelsy and world popular culture" is slightly dubious.

Grace

  1. From the preface to these pages: "We are--more or less--the first virtual college of Buddhist philosophy and practice to grace the Internet. (Web site)

Adjective

  1. Contrapositive appears as an adjective in the preface to The Elements of Plane Geometry (1868) by R. P. Wright. (Web site)

Julius Caesar

  1. The preface reads thus: " Julius Caesar did write a collection of apophthegms, as appears in an epistle of Cicero. (Web site)

Reproduction

  1. A dialogue between a prisoner and a free man the preface reads as a pure distillation of the theory and a reproduction of the praxis of autonomist Marxism. (Web site)

Origin

  1. Besides a formalí (preface) of later origin it contains three parts. (Web site)

Compiler

  1. Of course, Peak of Eloquence (Nahj al-Balagha) is an extract of Ali's quotations from a literal viewpoint as its compiler mentioned in the preface. (Web site)

Youth

  1. Liszt's own point of view regarding programme music can for the time of his youth be taken from the preface of the Album d'un voyageur (1837). (Web site)

Means

  1. He stated in the Preface to the work that he wanted to prove the basic truths of arithmetic "by means of pure logic". (Web site)
  2. By way of preface to it, Dr. Khan notes that many Western converts enter Islam without knowing what belief in the Oneness of Allah really means.

Volume

  1. In the preface to the volume of which the title has already been given, the editor refers to his experiences in the ecclesiatical courts of Rome. (Web site)
  2. Also included in each volume is a preface about the composer and a wide selection of pieces.

China

  1. Pei Xiu wrote a preface to his maps with essential background information regarding older maps in China.
  2. The preface to each map refers explicitly to the process by which barbarian envoys come to China and offer themselves as vassals of the Qing dynasty. (Web site)

First Published

  1. His journal was first published in 1694, after editing by Thomas Ellwood —a friend of John Milton —with a preface by William Penn. (Web site)

Surrealism

  1. The preface to the exhibition catalogue was written by Andr Breton, the founder of surrealism, and it marked Dal's formal membership in the group. (Web site)
  2. In 1945 she met Paul Éluard — who wrote the preface to her first exhibition catalogue in Paris — and turned to surrealism.

Poetry

  1. In 1970, Editura Litera published a volume of his poetry, Mereu Doi ("Often Two"), with a preface by the poet Nina Cassian.
  2. Tupac's mother Afeni Shakur wrote an acknowledgement in the preface of the book of his poetry.

Text

  1. The editors decide about the composition of the proceedings, the order of the papers, and produce the preface and possibly other pieces of text.

Chess

  1. In his preface he discusses some of the benefits of chess for children. (Web site)

Vladimir Kramnik

  1. The book begins with a short Preface by Vladimir Kramnik, who praises Gelfand's approach to chess and his universal style.
  2. Additional sections include excerpts from Botvinnik's opening notebooks and a preface by Vladimir Kramnik. (Web site)

Sources

  1. Cranmer collected the material from many sources; even the opening of Preface (above) was borrowed (MacCulloch (a) 1996, p. 225). (Web site)

Works

  1. This edition also includes the ORCHESTRAL SUITES, as well as a preface that details the discrepancies between various editions of these works. (Web site)

Catalogue

  1. M77475 i, PREFACE THIS Catalogue of Minerals and Localities has been prepared from various sources of information and from the records of this Department. (Web site)

Important

  1. Therefore it is important that we preface our examination of Buddhism in America with a look at the life and teachings of this historical figure.
  2. In the Preface to the new edition of The Atman Project, I try to suggest why such an integral and inclusive stance is so important.

Important Information

  1. Before we look at these "scientific facts" in the Bible, I must preface them with some very important information.

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