10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PYGMEAN»
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The First Six Books of Milton's Paradise Lost: Rendered Into ...
... Behold a wonder ! they but now who seem'd In bigness to surpass earth's giant
sons, Now less than smallest: dwarfs, in narrow room Throng numberless, like
that pygmean race y8o Beyond the Indian mount ; or fairy-elves, Whose midnight
Paradise Lost (Kastan Edition):
They but now who seemed In bigness to surpass earth's giant sons, Now less
than smallest dwarfs in narrow room Throng numberless, like that pygmean race
780 760 were accustomed to gallop (i.e., joust) 770 775 packed together,
John Milton, David Scott Kastan
The poetical works of John Milton: with notes of various ...
Now less than smallest dwarfs, in narrow room Throng numberless, like that
Pygmean race 78O Beyond the Indian mount ; or faery elves, Whose midnight
revels, by a forest side i Or fountain, some belated peasant sees, Or dreams he
John Milton, Henry John Todd, 1809
Paradise lost, books I-II. v.2. Paradise lost (cont.) ...
774. expatiate^ In its Latin sense, signifying to walk abroad. So Virgil uses it, Mn.
iv. 62. " Aut ante ora Deum, pingues spatiatur ad aras." And Cicero, Oral. c. iii. " Ut
palsestrice spatiari in Xysto liccat." CALLANDEB. Ver. 780. that Pygmean race ...
Indian Journal of Economics
Vols. 2-33 include Papers read at the annual conference of the Indian Economic Association.
Physico-theology: Or, A Demonstration of the Being and ...
Not too Pygmean i; nor too Gigantick " ; eithnrof which Sizes would, in some
Particular or other, haVe been incommodious to himself, or to his Business, or to
the rest of hisFellow-Creatures. Too Pygmean would have rendered him too
The First Six Books of Milton's Paradise Lost, Rendered Into ...
... Behold a wonder! they but now who seem'd' In bigness to surpass earth's giant
sons, Now less than smallest dwarfs, in narrow room Throng numberless, like
that pygmean race 7 80 Beyond the Indian mount; or sairy-elves, Whose midnight
John Milton, James BUCHANAN (Grammarian.), 1773
Gleaning Modernity: Earlier Eighteenth-century Literature ...
Not too Pygmean, nor too Gigantick; either of which Sizes would, in some
Particular or other, have been incommodious to himself, or to his Business, or to
the rest of his Fellow-Creatures. Too Pygmean would have rendered him too
puny a ...
A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary and Expositor of the ...
PYGMEAN, pîg-mé'an, a. Belonging tn а pygmy. 1У I his word ha» the accent on
the penultimate for the tame reason as Epicurean* It la derived fr>'in /'pKMHti,
Pygmies ; and its adjective, if it hail one, must have had the diphthong in it, which
Principles of English Pronunciation
Mr. Sheridan, W. Elphinston, Mr. Scott, Dr. Kenrick, and Mr. Smith, adopt the first
sound. — See Bowl. * ' □' PYGMEAN, pig-mi-Sh, o. Belonging to a pygmy. gat"
This word has the accent oh the penultimate for the same reason as Epicurean.
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PYGMEAN»
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The First Foot Print of WADDANI Party
... and a green immature pygmean who has seen an electricity light – bulb in 1991, for the first time in his life – span. Turning our hands to undertake the policy of ... «SomalilandPress, Jan 15»
Tuition and 'contractual' parents
MANILA, Philippines – The house is pygmean, barely sufficient for the family of 7. More like an enclosure, actually, hidden between two contemporary homes. «Rappler, Aug 13»
Hegel, Marx, Engels, and the Origins of Marxism
It is self-evident that owing to the needs of the 'system' he very often had to resort to those forced constructions about which his pygmean opponents make such ... «World Socialist Web Site, May 06»