lxxvii


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Adj.1.lxxvii - being seven more than seventylxxvii - being seven more than seventy  
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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1] ideogram carries, in Mathews' definition, the clear association of "end" with "death," thus complicating the earlier association in Canto LXXVII of "end" with "scope" or "aim.
5) Calderon's basic conception is prefigured in Seneca's Epistulae morales ad Lucilium LXXVI and LXXVII.
See Catherine Pugliese, "Guido Reni's Pallione del Voto and the 1630 Plague," Art Bulletin LXXVII (1995): 402-12.
12) CEV, Exhortacion colectiva del Episcopado en ocasion de la LXXVII Asamblea Plenaria Ordinaria, "El Dialogo: camino hacia la paz" (January 11, 2002), published by the CEV in the Archivos de la Conferencia Episcopal, Caracas, 2002.
Public Subsidies, Private Provision of Care and Living Arrangements of the Elderly," The Review of Economics and Statistics, LXXVII, 3, 1996, 428-440.
Chupeau, "Les Recits de voyage aux lisieres du roman," Revue d'histoire litteraire de la France, LXXVII, 1977, p.
Davenport, "The South African Rebellion, 1914," English Historical Review, LXXVII, 306 (1963): 78; A.
19-25 and 76-77; Matias de Novoa, 'Historia de Felipe IV, Rey de Espana', in Coleccion de Documentos Ineditos para la Historia de Espan a, 113 vols (Madrid: Imprenta de Miguel Ginesta, 1863-90) LXXVII, 332-34; Elliott and Pen a, ii, 128-30, n.