eothen


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eothen

(iːˈəʊθɛn)
adv
(Navigation) literary from the East
References in classic literature ?
Eothen saw her there--not in Baker Street, but in the other solitude.
Sampling these rich Zamrock sounds, Now Again's owner, Eothen Alapatt went a mile further by pursuing the few remaining Zamrockers, like the Musi-O-Tunya duo of Rikki Ililonga and Brian 'Shakarongo' Chengala, and former WITCH front man 'Jagari' Chanda, from whom he clinched licensing deals to reissue their great 70s hits.
Died peacefully in Eothen rest home 4th January aged 97.
Joan (nee Kennedy) aged 86 years, died peacefully at Eothen, Elmfield Road on Monday 16th October 2017.
Davidson, RH 1998, 'Turkey: A Short History', The Eothen Press, England, Edition: 3rd, ISBN-13: 978-0906719220, ISBN-10: 0906719224, p.
Heper, Metin, The State Tradition in Turkey, Huntington: Eothen Press, 1988.
Metin Heper, The State Tradition in Turkey (Beverly: The Eothen Press, 1985), p.
En Eothen Films Ltd v Industriad (28), se pidio que el demandante pruebe que el demandado actuaba con malicia a fin de probar la afectacion a la integridad de la obra (29).
Notes on reproduction of Carlia eothen and Lamprolepis smaragdina (Squamata: Scincidae) from Papua New Guinea.
Kinglake integrated a chapter about Hester Stanhope in Eothen which was first published in 1844.