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... nameless wood is an indication , as far as it goes , of early date , and suggests
that the ballads are indebted to the Tale rather than the converse . § 6 . Again ,
the introduction of the wrestling - match , in which Gamelyn vanquishes the ...

Author: Gamelyn


ISBN: STANFORD:36105044953789

Category: English poetry

Page: 64

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1884 By Gamelyn

The nameless glen , the fairy glen That lies ayont the Peel , Whaur rows the wee
clear burn , ye ken , Wi ' mony a jink an ' wheel . O lassie , I lo'e nane but yeI'll ne'
er anither lo'e ; Ye ken the bonnie haw - floo'r'd tree , Where I pledged troth to ...

Author: Thomas Thorpe


ISBN: UCD:31175035230971


Page: 254

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1883 By Thomas Thorpe

01 “ Stone ' s Woods , ” and more lovingly designated as “ Sweet Auburn , ” has
become a burial - place for the dead ... by the “ nameless monuments of
nameless existences , long since gone out amid the perpetual extinguishment of
life ; " but ...

Author: Nehemiah Cleaveland


ISBN: UOM:39015000672546

Category: Cemeteries

Page: 93

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Wood Cutter Otto Hammar and Stockholm Gustaf Lundström Count Ahlefeld
Copenhag'n Laurvigen H. Neuman Abo ... G . Wolde Ulrichs 39-4 | 11 : 8 5.9
Vegesack 20 29 17 Nama Composite Twin ScwStm 18 Nameless Wood Brmudi'n
Miller ...

Author: Lloyd's Register of Shipping (Firm : 1914- )


ISBN: CORNELL:31924070527266

Category: Yachts


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We find allusions to this woods were probably for the most part in practice in
scripture . Thus a ... There are curious and intri- nameless wood , through which
Saul purcate questions in reference to his fore- sued the Philistines ( xiv . 25 , 26 )

Author: John AYRE (Minister of St. John's Chapel, Hampstead.)


ISBN: BL:A0017135074


Page: 943

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Mohagan Pond and Shedd Lake are the headwaters of the South Inlet ; and
Fonda Lake of the S . branch of Moose R . Access is gained to Shallow Lake and
Nameless Creek , ” and to nameless quantities of the “ gamiest and brightest ...

Author: Henry Perry Smith


ISBN: UVA:X000515951

Category: Adirondack Mountains (N.Y.)

Page: 444

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The customer begins by selecting from the carefully chosen stock of wood slabs (
zebra wood, black walnut, and exotic, even nameless, woods from all over the
world). The wood's natural edge and shape influence the design of the desk, ...





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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
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Irritated , perhaps , by being detected carrying off green instead of dead wood ,
perhaps by the sudden appearance of the commanding figure , the woman cast
from beneath the purple kerchief she had tied over her head a savage glance at ...

Author: Eugenie Marlitt


ISBN: MINN:31951002088056I


Page: 356

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1879 By Eugenie Marlitt

The barrage will stand for five minutes 200 meters north of enemy wire on
position of registance along line GIBEAUMEIX - reentrant in southern edge of
nameless wood west of GIBE AUMEIX , to cover wire cutting parties in enemy
wire . lst ...

Author: United States. Army. 1st Division


ISBN: OSU:32435078660800

Category: World War, 1914-1918


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The woods were still . Too still . “ Just ... a feeling . " Mac stared at him for a
moment , then cracked a grin . “ Ah , you're one of those . A modern man , in
touch with his feelings . " “ This is serious . You shouldn't be shooting your mouth
off .

Author: Sandra Ruttan


ISBN: 0843962860

Category: Fiction

Page: 337

View: 133

When a body is found in a dumpster bearing details similar to the very first case they had worked on together, Hart and Tain wonder if the sadistic murderer known as the Missing Killer is back from the dead. Original. 150,000 first printing.
2009 By Sandra Ruttan

Mrs. Henry Wood. just went up - stairs to her room , and died . The doctor says he
... Never from that hour did she quite lose the sensation of nameless dread it
brought in its wake . “ You see , now , Mrs . Barber , you must have been
mistaken ...

Author: Mrs. Henry Wood


ISBN: UCAL:B3327247



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1882 By Mrs. Henry Wood

Birds there were , a countless throng Making in the wood their dwelling ,
Breaking into fitful song Tales of love and gladness telling ; There the joyous
wood - lark sprung From his nest , at morning ' s breaking , Drops of dew , like
pearls ...

Author: Elizabeth Akers Allen



Category: American poetry

Page: 207

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At the time that Steve Sillett and Marwood Harris made the first ascent of
Nameless , there was a general belief among biologists that the redwood forest ...
In the center of Nameless Wood , there was a big , rotting stump , several feet
across .

Author: Richard Preston


ISBN: STANFORD:36105131723616

Category: Coast redwood

Page: 294

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The wild trees is the astonishing story of the handful of wild-tree climbers and amateur naturalists who are now working in the redwood canopy, exploring this enchanted and terrifically dangerous new world. Preston takes us into a mysterious place filled with hanging gardens of ferns, mosses and lichens, a massive system of aerial trunks that have fused to form walkways, where redwoods begin to grow on other redwoods, 300 feet in the air.--Book jacket.
2007 By Richard Preston

Along Alice's journey through Looking - Glass Land , Carroll sends her deep into
a wood where Alice has been told “ things have no ... 13 And yet , for all her
vexation , Alice seems much calmer after her walk in the nameless wood ( even ...



ISBN: NWU:35556037052255

Category: Psychoanalysis


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2002 By

Situated in the deep woods, often far from roads, everything for the woods camps
came in by train, including tank cars of Neches river water, ice, commissary
goods, and special orders. The camp commissary stocked mainly staples, such
as ...

Author: Thad Sitton

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 9780292777804

Category: History

Page: 271

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Sawmill communities were once the thriving centers of East Texas life. Many sprang up almost overnight in a pine forest clearing, and many disappeared just as quickly after the company "cut out" its last trees. But during their heyday, these company towns made Texas the nation's third-largest lumber producer and created a colorful way of life that lingers in the memories of the remaining former residents and their children and grandchildren. Drawing on oral history, company records, and other archival sources, Sitton and Conrad recreate the lifeways of the sawmill communities. They describe the companies that ran the mills and the different kinds of jobs involved in logging and milling. They depict the usually rough-hewn towns, with their central mill, unpainted houses, company store, and schools, churches, and community centers. And they characterize the lives of the people, from the hard, awesomely dangerous mill work to the dances, picnics, and other recreations that offered welcome diversions.
2010-01-01 By Thad Sitton

I had my own elegant houseboat of carved wood, stained glass, and fretwork. It
had a large salon, a cozy bedchamber with comforter and hot-water bottle, a
wood-burning stove, and a barefoot 19-year-old houseman/cook who prepared
my ...

Author: Gordon S. Brown


ISBN: 0976188902

Category: Travel

Page: 256

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Known for enrapturing listeners with his traveller?s tales, Gordini (as he?s known to friends around the world) has finally committed some of them to paper. From his stories of voodoo rites in 1960s Haiti to his encounter with an ancient adventuress in Timbuktu, from his breakdown in the desert of Sudan to his travels with a Bulgarian madcap in Madagascar, the adventures of Gordon S. Brown over 84 years have inspired powerful artwork and sustained his zest for living while enriching the lives of his grateful friends.
2004-11-01 By Gordon S. Brown

Nameless One Background Few dare venture into the pallid graveyard that is the
realm of the Nameless One. The abode of this dread creature lies in the center of
the Ashen Wastes, a "dead zone" near the edge of the Fell Woods. As the trees ...

Author: Timothy Brown

Publisher: Fast Forward Entertainment Incorporated

ISBN: 0971959811

Category: Dungeons and Dragons (Game)

Page: 221

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" ... requires the Dungeons & Dragons Player's handbook. Third edition published by Wizards of the Coasts ..."--Cover back.
2002-01-01 By Timothy Brown

There is no wood there now . Besides these woods which are named in the map
of 1638 there are a few nameless groves . There is also a nameless wood shown
in the Warren , on the Westley side of Brome lane . This is the Old Warren Wood ...

Author: Saxham Little, Eng. (Parish)


ISBN: IND:32000009969934

Category: Baptismal records

Page: 264

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Author: Nicolas K. Kiessling


ISBN: UOM:39015056237574

Category: Early printed books

Page: 758

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"A record in alphabetical order of all the letterpress that Anthony Wood owned" - intro., p.ix.

Tom Green , the strong and sturdy son of a farmer who lived on the edge of the
wood , often went by the old hut on his way home with a load of wood , and from
him were gathered some of the stories that had gained currency — with many ...

Author: Mary T. Longley


ISBN: OSU:32435017790452

Category: Interpersonal relations

Page: 181

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1912 By Mary T. Longley

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