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Adj.1.lxxxiv - being four more than eightylxxxiv - being four more than eighty    
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Aspetti metanarrativi e metalinguistici in 'Promessi Sposi'XI-XVI, in <<italica>>, LXXXIV, IV, 2007, pp.
Paris: Charles de Mourgucs, Freres, lmprimeurs des Musees Nationaux, 1881), lxxxiv and lxxxvi.
2004), "Export-led Growth Hypothesis in Asian Countries: Cointegration and Causality Analysis", Indian Journal of Economics, col LXXXIV, No.
Thomson, introduction to Agathangelos: History, lxxxiv, suggests that this passage "reflects the whole stones used by Judas to rebuild the altar of the defiled sanctuary" in 1 Macc.
The G-2 further noted that the German LXXXIV Corps did not appear to have reserves; an unidentified division at about 70-percent strength could reach the area within 2 days; the 11th Panzer Division and an unidentified division could not arrive before 20 July; and at that time, he did not expect more than a battalion-sized counterattack rein forced by more than 35 to 40 tanks.
The same technique--with resonances in liturgical drama--is used to great effect by Langland in Piers Plowman, where the verse 'Misericordia et Veritas obviaverunt sibi; Iusticia et Pax osculate sunt' (Psalm lxxxiv.