10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «INFRANGIBLY»
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Flügel's Complete Dictionary of the German and English ...
Unjeitigtettr /. 1. untimeliness, unreasonableness; 2. immaturity, unripeness.
Unjeitling, m. (-b; /•/. -e) 1. premature fruit; 2. abortion. Un jerbred)lid), I. adj. that
cannot be broken ; in- frangible; II. adv. infrangibly. Unjerbred)lirf)ffit,/
Felix Flügel, C. A. Feiling, A. Heimann, 1843
The Hammersmith Protestant discussion: being an ...
The words, I have before said, are strong, aye, infrangibly strong, strong enough
to delude, if we Catholics labour under error, many centuries, to believe in Tran
substantiation ; strong enough to make those " fallible " fathers, as my opponent ...
John Cumming, Daniel French, Charles Maybury Archer, 1852
Joy Nwosu Lo-Bamijoko: The Saga of a Nigerian Female ...
For all these extraordinary virtues, I concluded that a treatise must be written on
this infrangibly, indefatigable, and feisty woman, to promote her accomplishments
around the globe and preserve her legacy for future generations to study and ...
Festivals of Interpretation: Essays on Hans-Georg Gadamer's Work
... however, must acknowledge that the obliterated dead remain infrangibly
beyond greeting; yet perhaps no greeting is needed; for the unrepeatable origin
of the poem has "become heart." II Unlike Heidegger's Dichtung, Celan's poetic
History of the Rebellion in Ireland: In the Year 1789 &c., ...
... of the most bloody hue, Irish protestants ought to be convinced that the political
separation of their country from Britain by a popular insurrection must involve
their extinction, and that consequently an infrangibly determined adherence to ,V
... prepared for them much earlier than was actually avowed, when, after being
repudiated in 1792, it was, in 1802, infrangibly imposed upon them. In 1805, it
was, perhaps, too late to revert to the pre-existing THE SWORD [N THE
William Torrens McCullagh Torrens, 1872
History of the rebellion in Ireland in ... 1798. With an ...
Irish protestants ought to be convinced that the political separation of their
country from Britain by -a popular insurrection must involve their extinction, and
that consequently an infrangibly determined adherence to their British connexion
James Bentley Gordon, 1803
Modernism and the Posthumanist Subject: The Architecture of ...
the immanent, infrangibly internal operations of architecture and the potentially
disturbing, multiple externalities — such as conditions of object distribution and
audience reception, ideological enframing devices, exclusionary disciplinary ...
... that the doctrine of baptismal regeneration is the fundamental doctrine of the
Anglican Church ; and we have no hesitation in avowing our belief that no
conclusion in theological controversy can be more plainly and infrangibly
Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, 1850
The Collected Poems of Wilfred Owen
THE POEM It was the reasoned crisis of his soul Against more days of
inescapable thrall, Against infrangibly wired and blind trench wall Curtained with
fire, roofed in with creeping fire, Slow grazing fire, that would not burn him whole
But kept ...
Wilfred Owen, Cecil Day Lewis, 1965
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The ESPN3 Chronicles: Ultimate frisbee is a sport
Some sports have certain things with which they are infrangibly linked. When we think of golf, we think of dads, and/or snooty country club ... «SB Nation, Jul 14»
The Race Card Still Works, and This Man Remembers
And then he will be gone, infrangibly dignified as he always is. The man's name is Harvey Gantt, and you should remember it. Twice, Harvey ... «Esquire, Sep 12»