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  • File:Grosses vollständiges Universal-Lexicon (Zedler) (Inhalt).pdf (matches file content)
    PISTOR, der eine Stampff-Mühle hatte Pisuevran Pisuichaner Piteilan Piterban Pith PITHAULES * oder interpretatio libri de fide Piuuruhti Piweran oder Piwartan
    (1,240 × 1,754 (51.34 MB)) - 22:26, 25 September 2017
  • File:EnglishTulu Dictionary by Rev. A. Manner 1888.pdf (matches file content)
    Jetty, ^o3o, sruO, Jew, s. eru 5, 1 0&. Jeer, aj s. ?3o2c&>ri, S Jealousy, Joe ^. Jewess, o ^. Jelly, Jew's-harp, Jeopard, Jeopardise
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  • File:English-Malayalam dictionary (1856).pdf (matches file content)
    Q-\6>m@e<\'Yl>- v. n. To ooze or run through or out. <=-\°*°>- s. A ball of wood or pith for playing with. ‘I-‘WW s. A torch. r,\_lO‘U1(SZJo- 3. wagel-_ O..l('fU1<D)o
    (1,125 × 1,650 (55.38 MB)) - 22:57, 24 November 2016
  • File:Dictionary of mixed Telugu.pdf (matches file content)
    ?J°fiS'ii» or V'^|~r*5? n. s. A nuptial crown or an ornamental patch of pith or soft wood or paper made by potters, and fastened in the forehead of the
    (929 × 1,440 (12.38 MB)) - 08:51, 17 November 2018
  • File:Stephens Illustrations of British entomology sup 00step.pdf (matches file content)
    reduced to 14s 1842 "These volumes are in v ah; able; they contain THE VERY PITH AND MARROW OK OUR BEST NaVAI. Histories anu Chronicles compiled from the
    (881 × 1,379 (12.71 MB)) - 22:44, 28 April 2018
  • File:Jewish Encyclopedia Volume 1.pdf (matches file content)
    makescholarshi|) their wealth and art their worth. His own exjierience gave i)oint and pith to these admonitions. Hut if liis own sufferings served likewise as the inspiration
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  • File:Jewish Encyclopedia Volume 5.pdf (matches file content)
    and to be sworn on the Pentateuch. Special weight was attributed to the Jew's oath, which was valid against that of twelve Christiaus. The sixth clause
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  • File:Jewish Encyclopedia Volume 12.pdf (matches file content)
    social inlluence, and tended powerfully toward the continued association of JeW'S with one another when the hold of the synagogue upon them relaxed. These
    (977 × 1,504 (64.48 MB)) - 22:02, 6 June 2018
  • File:Scientific American - Series 1 - Volume 001 - Issue 48.pdf (matches file content)
    d a m s county in con- I n the village of Washington a r ich and appa- pith of the b ro o m-c o rn stalk is often preferred, howe v er, in cases where
    (2,244 × 3,070 (10.31 MB)) - 17:49, 12 June 2016
  • File:Scientific American - Series 1 - Volume 004 - Issue 02.pdf (matches file content)
    a cylindric al case a t the top of which electrometer, a small fi n e pith ball. . representati ves of their ri g h tful claims. The injure d i nve
    (1,653 × 2,303 (10.82 MB)) - 17:49, 12 June 2016
  • File:Scientific American - Series 2 - Volume 003 - Issue 07.pdf (matches file content)
    na­ the transmutation of species; the tra nsit i onal forms of ture of the pith drinks back a portion of the liquid the the animal and also the human type;
    (1,476 × 2,007 (11.75 MB)) - 07:18, 3 December 2017
  • File:Jewish Encyclopedia Volume 11.pdf (matches file content)
    seals of the Jewish communiof Aug.sburg (a double eagle, with a ties Jew's hat in cliief, and legend "Sigillum Jud.a'onim Augusta'," the Dnin
    (1,083 × 1,600 (61.12 MB)) - 13:29, 19 November 2017
  • File:Scientific American - Series 1 - Volume 004 - Issue 38.pdf (matches file content)
    p a p e r and i n k of fine qualIty, and beautiful artificial flowers of pith paper, are p roduced there. In distant p arts of t h e E m p i r e , any
    (1,594 × 2,244 (7.28 MB)) - 02:13, 30 March 2012
  • File:Scientific American - Series 1 - Volume 002 - Issue 28.pdf (matches file content)
    n o t remain but opens and t ub u l ar all rlirections, a n d when t h e pith b al l is h e l d shuts in q u ick s u c cess i o n , the · steam all the
    (1,594 × 2,303 (11.4 MB)) - 00:54, 6 January 2012
  • File:Scientific American - Series 1 - Volume 004 - Issue 31.pdf (matches file content)
    'of t itle',and n O bi l i ty c a n not be . camphor are found in ,th e pith. convenient l y extended tigue, would seem to b e a fac t ' ge neraU'; adpri
    (1,594 × 2,244 (11.13 MB)) - 02:16, 30 March 2012
  • File:Salt - Songs of freedom (1906).pdf (matches file content)
    marquis, he maunna fa' that and a' that, Their dignities and a' that, The pith o' sense and pride o* worth Gude faith, For ! a' that, Are higher ranks
    (587 × 795 (14.06 MB)) - 15:47, 21 September 2017
  • File:Scientific American - Series 1 - Volume 008 - Issue 03.pdf (matches file content)
    may be a few doubtful cures of diseases, and the amusing but impracticable pith ball telegraph of Lomond-it was m erely employed as cations ot lightning
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  • File:Patrologia Latina Vol. 71.pdf (matches file content)
    Gotthos proflciscentem catechtimenum fecisse dicitut., ibidem morce festiva. Pith., fcstivo. tur. Eumdem, uli narrat ille auctor, in altera expeId tamen babet
    (1,021 × 1,582 (82.6 MB)) - 10:40, 5 April 2018
  • File:The Works of Shakespear (1747, Hanmer) - Vol. 2.pdf (matches file content)
    bajket. Gob. Mafter young man, you, I pray you, which is the way to mafter Jew's ? Laun. O heav'ns, this is my true begotten father, who being more than
    (504 × 822 (24.76 MB)) - 01:18, 21 October 2017
  • File:The Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare (1821) - Vol. 5.pdf (matches file content)
    Basket. Gob. Master, young man, you, I pray you which is the way to master Jew's ? Laun. [_Aside.~] O heavens, this is my true beFirst folio omits hut.
    (745 × 1,283 (35.82 MB)) - 09:57, 5 July 2017
  • File:The Plays of William Shakespeare (1773) - Vol. 3.pdf (matches file content)
    VENICE. Goh Mafter young gentleman, the IS way Laun. ^ to m after Jew's Turn I 135 pray you, which ? up, on your right-hand at the next turning
    (745 × 1,227 (37.92 MB)) - 12:41, 8 July 2017
  • File:The Plays of William Shakspeare (1785) - Vol. 3.pdf (matches file content)
    baſket. Gob. Maſter, young man, you, I pray you; which is the way to maſter Jew's Laun. [aſide.] O heavens, this is my true begot ten father who, being more
    (863 × 1,358 (29.15 MB)) - 17:58, 9 July 2017
  • File:Scientific American - Series 1 - Volume 012 - Issue 52.pdf (matches file content)
    with uniform results. When a rec e n t shaving of the partially dried pith of the matured stalks of the Sor­ ghum i s examined by the microscope, we
    (1,594 × 2,303 (9.54 MB)) - 12:55, 21 April 2012
  • File:The Scots Musical Museum, Volume VI.pdf (matches file content)
    thro' the Jew's window He gard it quickly flee. Hugh hied to the Jew's castle. And walk'd it round about. And there he saw the Jew's daughter. Sir
    (725 × 1,202 (15.16 MB)) - 12:32, 19 September 2017
  • File:The Plays of William Shakespeare (1773) - Vol. 2.pdf (matches file content)
    his life Lucio. ^ All hope is gone, by your fair prayer and that's my pith you and your poor brother, ' lb ? Has *cenfur'dhim already; And, as I
    (756 × 1,218 (34.38 MB)) - 12:40, 8 July 2017
  • File:The Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare (1790) - Vol. 2.pdf (matches file content)
    To foften Angelo Of bufmefs ^ 'twixt and ^ by your fair prayer my pith you and your poor brother. Ij'ab, Doth he fo feek his life? ^ Lucio. Has
    (533 × 891 (32.57 MB)) - 18:23, 4 July 2017
  • File:Scientific American - Series 1 - Volume 004 - Issue 33.pdf (matches file content)
    Lathe descri. bed in his patent; that the same was first in. ditional e pith ets would mark t h e distinct sub­ ty, abou t eight miles from Harrisburg
    (1,653 × 2,303 (6.95 MB)) - 02:15, 30 March 2012
  • File:The Plays of William Shakspeare (1803) - Vol. 4.pdf (matches file content)
    time." ^ ^ : Again, in King Henry V: " Either paft, or not arriv'd to pith and puiflance." Again, in Julius Ccefar : '* Either led or driven, as we
    (731 × 1,258 (25.56 MB)) - 15:16, 10 July 2017
  • File:Lippincotts Monthly Magazine-84.pdf (matches file content)
    squeeze me. When you squeeze a lemon too many times you get nothing but pith. As for Finlaison—I’d like to wring his neck!” But for all his bravado
    (752 × 1,187 (30.73 MB)) - 16:47, 24 June 2018
  • File:The Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare (1821) - Vol. 20.pdf (matches file content)
    time-beguiling sport. With this she seizeth on his sweating palm. The precedent of pith and livelihood \ And, trembling in her passion, calls it balm. Earth's sovereign
    (831 × 1,347 (30.88 MB)) - 10:11, 5 July 2017
  • File:The Plays of William Shakspeare (1803) - Vol. 1.pdf (matches file content)
    returnecl to Stratford on the 22d 3 an enterprife at that time " of great pith and moment." While we lament that our incomparable poet was fnatched from
    (745 × 1,264 (28.85 MB)) - 19:14, 11 August 2017
  • File:The Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare (1790) - Vol. 6.pdf (matches file content)
    driven her to fome defperate exigent.'''* Steevens. 3 jind pithhfs arms,] Pith was ufed for marrow, and, figuratively, "'^ : for jirength. Johnson.
    (706 × 1,162 (38.6 MB)) - 18:26, 4 July 2017
  • File:A Dictionary of Hymnology Vol. 1.pdf (matches file content)
    lovely and hearty, and, in summd, all is so rare and majestic, so full of pith and power, so cheering and comforting that you will not find his equal, much
    (985 × 1,393 (53.89 MB)) - 17:20, 26 June 2018
  • File:Dictionary of the Apostolic Church Volume 2.pdf (matches file content)
    a product o'f the papyrus plant, a rush that grew in the Nile Delta. The pith of the plant was cut into thin strips, — — which were laid horizontally
    (1,004 × 1,514 (89.14 MB)) - 14:02, 27 October 2017
  • File:An Anglo-Chinese Vocabulary of the Ningpo Dialect.pdf (matches file content)
    teng-me' ; chimnei/, teng-t^ao' ing'-kwong sAacf.?, twc^, teng-sing' pith, teng-ts^ao' Lancet 5 3^- jg ; >[j» ; ditto of vong' cu'-nying-ko'
    (777 × 1,145 (202.4 MB)) - 01:34, 29 August 2018
  • File:The Plays of William Shakspeare (1803) - Vol. 13.pdf (matches file content)
    And, Pith was ufed for rnarrow, and figurait is fince thefe arms of figuratively, in Hamlet " And ufed in Othello : mine had feven years' pith enterprizes
    (764 × 1,293 (22.45 MB)) - 15:29, 10 July 2017
  • File:The Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare (1821) - Vol. 13.pdf (matches file content)
    most imporSo, in Othello For since these arms of mine had seven years' pith, " Till now some nine moons wasted, they have used *' Their dearest action
    (841 × 1,345 (29.34 MB)) - 10:05, 5 July 2017
  • File:A Biblical and theological dictionary- explanatory of the history, manners, and customs of the Jews, and neighbouring nations (1833) (14741622396).jpg
    of this tree isnot solid, like other trees, but its centre isfilled with pith, round which is a tough barkfull of strong fibres when young, which, asthe
    (2,144 × 2,832 (1.79 MB)) - 19:49, 5 February 2016
  • File:RFK 9a of 9.pdf (matches file content)
    ___ _. i - V " -&#3 .__ _-.&# . . IP &#39; - klien! Ctr:-; In pith QUICII _ - in E In . ByArt Bergrnann I 4.;ntl|ushi:?t&#39;|e constituents
    (1,321 × 1,597 (4.1 MB)) - 13:47, 22 July 2018
  • File:The Plays of William Shakespeare (1778) - Vol. 3.pdf (matches file content)
    basket. Gob. Master, young man, you, I pray you; which is the way to master Jew's ? Laun. [aside.'] O heavens, this is my true-begot ten father ! who, being
    (751 × 1,276 (31.25 MB)) - 14:50, 8 July 2017
  • File:A Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels Volume 2.pdf (matches file content)
    * 4J and thus that day was Trpocrdfifiarov (Mk 15 ) ; designated by the Jew's the Preparation. f The Christians took over the term, J and it remains to
    (1,050 × 1,541 (189.12 MB)) - 13:29, 19 November 2017
  • File:Lippincotts Monthly Magazine-80.pdf (matches file content)
    not spent his life in being exact, accurate, and brief for nothing! The pith of his information in a small circumference gave itself to Dagget, who was
    (932 × 1,395 (49.97 MB)) - 22:20, 28 December 2018
  • File:A Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels Volume 1.pdf (matches file content)
    They were therefore written bv an Alexandrian ,Tew. Tliey constitute the pith and kernel o"f the whole collection in point of value for the study of interTestamental
    (616 × 922 (93.22 MB)) - 22:19, 28 December 2018
  • File:The Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare (1821) - Vol. 12.pdf (matches file content)
    Adonis *' With that she seizeth on his sweating palm, " The precedent of pith and livelihood." Malone. Antonio, in Drj^den's Don Sebastian, has the same
    (783 × 1,320 (30.21 MB)) - 10:04, 5 July 2017
  • File:The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia Volume 4.pdf (matches file content)
    the order and emphasis of the original words. This has been called the Jew's imitalio Dei, though a few moments' reflection shows that the use of the
    (1,052 × 1,545 (58.6 MB)) - 00:12, 26 July 2018
  • File:The Plays of William Shakspeare (1793) - Vol. 9.pdf (matches file content)
    since these arms of mine had seven years' pith —." And, siguratively, in Hamlet: " And enterprizes of great pith and moment —" Steevens. 574 FIRST PART
    (784 × 1,278 (26.19 MB)) - 19:48, 9 July 2017
  • File:The Works of Shakespeare (1733) - Vol. 2.pdf (matches file content)
    in Jew\ their reverfionary recording a Right Deed of Gift Jew's Forfeiture, Jew's Death: and He mould be fecur'd by the the the it to that Purpofe
    (1,000 × 1,777 (49.6 MB)) - 13:13, 4 July 2017
  • File:Lippincotts Monthly Magazine-82.pdf (matches file content)
    scrutiny of men was repugnant. He was ill and walked slowly, weakly. The pith had gone out of his limbs; the lights of peace and pleasantncss from his
    (762 × 1,152 (25.64 MB)) - 16:46, 24 June 2018
  • File:The Plays of William Shakespeare (1778) - Vol. 2.pdf (matches file content)
    you have the grace 4 by your fair prayer To foften Angelo and that's my 5 pith Of bufmefs 'twixt you and your poor brother. Ifab. Doth he fo feek his life
    (570 × 1,018 (50.53 MB)) - 14:50, 8 July 2017
  • File:The Plays of William Shakspeare (1803) - Vol. 21.pdf (matches file content)
    351. pitchers have ears, XIV. 363. piteoufly, XXI. 114. pith, VI. 225. - - - XIII. 77. pin, pith and marrow, XVIII. 66. pitiful-hearted, XI. 279. pix
    (802 × 1,297 (25.75 MB)) - 15:36, 10 July 2017

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