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I have no intention of defending him here against such foolish critics; I should only like to point out to the reader that we have him here at his best, poking fun at himself, and at his fellow-poets (see Note on Chapter LXIII.
Henri de Lubac (1966; Gloucester, MA: Peter Smith, 1973) lxiii.
Coleccion de Documentos ineditos para la historia de Chile 3; LXIII.
Starry, "To Change an Army," Military Review, LXIII, March No.
2011), "Revealed Competitive Advantage of the European Union and Romania Manufacturing Industries", Economic Sciences Series, LXIII (3).
99] Paley (n 92) 471; Santos 'Introduction' (n 3) lxii and lxiii.
Johnson, "Land Policy, Population Growth and Social Structure in the Home District, 1793-1851," Ontario History, LXIII (January 1971), 45.
LXIII, a definicao serve principalmente para os cavaleiros, sendo que o rei, em "virtude de sua preheminencia enclude em sy naturalmente a honra, e hordem da Cavallaria (.
3) See for instance, "Kolehmainen the fastest of them all," Outing LXIII, no.
For mention of the Cimbnans in Livy, see Pcriocha LXIII.
Torveny a szemelyes adatok vedelmerol es a kozerdeku adatok nyilvanossagarol [Act LXIII of 1992 on the Protection of Personal Data and Public Access to Data of Public Interest], Magyar kozlony [MK.
Rodger, The Command of the Ocean: A Naval History of Britain, 1649-1815 (New York, 2005), lxiii.
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