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  • The Collected Letters of Robinson Jeffers, with Selected Letters of Una Jeffers

    The Collected Letters of Robinson Jeffers, with Selected Letters of Una Jeffers
    James Karman

    … 117, 118, 121; preliminary titles, 87n1, 99, 100, 105, 106, 108, 109, 117; publication, 114, 134, 138; reviews, 186n6, 189 Bear, Donald, 201 Beard, Charles A., 425n1 Beaumont, Hugh, 534n5, 591 “Beautiful Captive, The” (Jeffers) , 899n1 (top) “Beauty of Things, The” (Jeffers), 687 Beaverbrook, Lord (Max Aitken), 10 Bechdolt, Adele, 254; cl 1 Bechdolt, Frederick, 831; cl 1, cl 2 Becker, Belle, 794 “Bed by the Window, The” (Jeffers), 95n20, 519 Bednár, Kamil, 886, 902, 920n1 (top), 927 …

  • Water-supply Paper, Issue 293

    Water-supply Paper, Issue 293

    Quaternary (top, 1,017 feet above sea level) Carboniferous: Pennsylvanian (436 feet thick; top, 927 feet above sea level): Shales Coal and coaly shale Shale, with a few thin seams of limestone, none more than 5 feet thick; sample of calcareous shale at 500 Mississippian: "St. Louis limestone" and Osage group (515 feet thick ; top, 491 feet above sea level): " Rock; " probably limestone Shales, variegated, arenaceous toward bottom Limestone, rough, gray, siliceous; 2 samples Shales,  …

  • Congressional Serial Set

    Congressional Serial Set

    Fett, Quaternary (top, 1,017 feet above sea level)……………………………………. 90 90 Carboniferous: – Pennsylvanian (436 feet thick; top, 927 feet above sea level): — Shal 57 \, 1, 15 3.68 $3. Mississippian: ". ois limestone” and Osage group (515 feet thick; top, 491 feet above sea evel): 4. Rick." probably limestone…………………… ………………… 34 : Shales, variegated, arenaceous toward bottom. 50 o Limestone, rough, gray, Siliceous; 2 Samples…………………….. – 30 Tú Shales, seleniferous, with …

  • A Commentary on the Epistles of St. John

    A Commentary on the Epistles of St. John
    Friedrich Lücke

    S, seems to yield some support. Yet, if we examine this passage more attentively, we shall find that it proves only this, that covetousness also can be considered as lust of the eyes, and this nobody denies. And, at the same time, it makes this manifest, that St. John, if he meant Tasovsåsa, must have expressed himself more distinctly and precisely, as Salom. has done, for with him we read zoof ys top927.4%; —— ovz juriu-TXara Txoorov. The other passages, Eccl. v. 10. Prov. xxvii.

  • Iowa Geological Survey

    Iowa Geological Survey

    _____ 00 90 Carboniferous: Pennsylvanian (400 feet thick: top 927 feet above sea level)— Bhaies 67 157 Cool and coaly shale–. ____ __ l 1 158 Shale, with a few thin seams of limestone, none more than 5 feet thick; sample of calcareous shale at 600 …

  • Annual Report for ... with Accompanying Papers, Volume 21

    Annual Report for … with Accompanying Papers, Volume 21

    capacity at completion, 200 gallons a minute. It was completed earlier than 1893 by J. P. Miller & Company, Chicago. The strata penetrated are indicated in the following table: Record of strata in deep well No. 1 at Centerville. Thickness Depth Feet Feet Quaternary (top, 1,017 feet above sea level)—————————- ————– 90 90 Carboniferous: Pennsylvanian (436 feet thick; top 927 feet above sea level)Shales 67 157 Coal and coaly shale——————————- – 1 158 Shale, …

  • Annual Report, Volume 21

    Annual Report, Volume 21

    ___.___.. 90 fl) Carboniferous: Pennsylvanian (486 feet thick: top 927 feet above sea level)— Shales 67 1157 Coal and coaly shale_._ – 1 168 Shale, with a few thin seams of limestone, none more than 5 feet thick: sample of calcareous shale at 500 …

  • PAPOU’S PROVERBS

    PAPOU’S PROVERBS
    George H. Malouf

    … come to the top. 927. ȀĮȜȪIJİȡȘ Ș ȝȠȞĮȟȚȐ ʌĮȡȐ Ș țĮțȚȐ ʌĮȡȑĮ. Ka-lih-te- ri ih mo-na-ks-yah parah ih kak-yah pa-reh-ya. It is better to be alone than to have bad company. 928. ǵ ȖȑȡȠȢ ıIJȠȞ ĮȞȒijȠȡȠ ijĮȓȞİIJĮȚ. O yeh-ros stohn a-nih- fo-ro feh-ne-teh. The old man can be recognized on the ascent (while climbing). 929. ȉȠ ȕİȡİıȑ țȡĮıȓ įȣȩ ijȠȡȑȢ ȝİșȐİȚ. Toh ve-re-seh kra-sih dh-yoh forehs me-thah-yi. The loaned wine causes twice the intoxication. 930. ǵ İȤșȡȩȢ ʌȠȣ  …

  • Underground water resources of Iowa

    Underground water resources of Iowa
    W. H. Norton

    Thick- Depth. i level): Quaternary (top, 1,017 feet above sea level) Carboniferous: Pennsylvanlan (130 feet thick; top, 927 feet above Shales Coal and coaly shale Shale, with a few thin seams of limestone, none more than 5 feet thick; sample of calcareous shale at 500 Mississippian "St. Loi uis limestone" and Osage group ( 515 feet thick; top, 491 feet above sea level): "Rock;" probably limeslone Shales, variegated, arenaceous toward bottom Limestone, rough, gray, siliceous; …

  • The Owl and the Nightingale

    The Owl and the Nightingale

    921. top. 927. min, with -e added later. 930. fxit heom. 932. to beon. 933. igremet. 934. -chained. 920. flop {C.floh, J. /Joft£) = " flows." W. retains ftoh, Str. unnecessarily emends to flowep, G. reads flop, which is probably the original form (cf. flowep 1. 946). Since the h spelling occurs in both C. and J., the scribal error (h for /, see Intro. § 3 (d) (v)) must have already appeared in the common originai. The C. scribe as usual copies the error, while in J. an attempt is made at emendation.

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