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an alphabetical list of words often defined or translated

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Such errors of history detract from what are otherwise beautifully presented volumes with useful features including the side-by-side printing of Newburgh Hamilton's libretto with the corresponding lines from Milton's Samson Agonistes and other works, the table of versions, and a reproduction of a 1743 wordbook (though, unlike the manuscript sources, no indication is given of the particular copy and its owning library).
A Dwarghe: hic tantillus]" in Catholicon Anglicum: An English-Latin Wordbook, eds.
Although I have not compared the original volumes, it is likely that this wordbook is the same as one discussed by James Hayes.
John Lawler reviews Botley, Mcenery, & Wilson's Multilingual Corpora in Teaching and Research; Jozsef Horvath comments on Patterns and Meanings: Using Corpora for English Language Research and Teaching by Alan Partington; and Paul Thompson reviews Exploring Academic English: A Wordbook for Student Essay Writing.
The editors of this splendid wordbook explain that the title Third World is not used with its original political connotation but in its representation of relationships of power.
40) Handel's supporters were anticipating a revival of faction if the preface by Newburgh Hamilton to the wordbook of Samson (February 1743) is any indication.
The titles are "Syria - History and Culture," "The Wolf & the Seven Little Goats" and "The Talking Wordbook.
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Unfortunately, the other sections of Part One are not up to this level, in particular the section titled 'Structure and Performance', which, after an initial presentation of the libretto in its 'sections' as laid out in the 1743 wordbook, consists almost entirely of the author's own views on how the work should be paced, without any explanation or discussion as to how, or on what basis, these views have been formed.
The Wordbook Encyclopedia, "Early Law Enforcement in England.
12) See Laird Harris, "'Ibri," in Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament, eds.
The NASB and NIV translation of mqia" as "expanse," in accord with the Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament, (4) is not strictly wrong but is misleadingly incomplete.
Mike Baron's WordBook contained one of the first published lists of anahook sets in 1987.
Anita Stauffer, Worship Wordbook (Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1995).
Although Riepe's article unfortunately is still unavailable, the author kindly responded to a personal query, explaining that a wordbook for the four-voice serenata E piu caro ilpiacere dopo le pene by Nicola Fago, also performed on the occasion of the Duke d'Alvito's wedding, lists the singers as Marchesini, Tamburini, Manna, and Storm.