By and by I will inquire of some other philologist
Whereupon, after pleadings and entreaties that extended through weeks, Professor Wert took a dislike to the young man, believed him a liar, and classified him as a man of monstrous selfishness for not giving him a glimpse of this wonderful screed that was older than the oldest any philologist
had ever known or dreamed.
The children will be led in this adventure by philologist
Christiana Michael, author and creative writing coach Stavros Lambrakis and 3D artist and animator Electra Chrysanthou.
The presentation of the technical report for the course by the Vice-dean of the Faculty, the philologist
Andrs Oyono, was followed by the reflections of the sponsors of the finalists, the Vice-rector Crisantos Ondo Asumu Miaga, told those present that "the essence of the University, which is the highest institution for academic training, is its role as a factory for quality human resources for the sustainable development of the country".
Which British philologist
was hanged for the murder of Daniel Clark in 1759?
To plumb the secrets of the lost book, esteemed philologist
Tolkien is mysteriously recruited by His Majesty's Secret Service to serve as a code-breaker, alongside Ian Fleming, Alan Turing, Kim Philby and Winston Churchill.
It is a pleasure to have Kern's expert reconstruction of the text at hand in a form that bears the stamp of a competent and dedicated philologist
Edwards, a scholar and philologist
in his own right who has worked on the Oxford English Dictionary, contextualizes Tolkien's life and scholarship as well as his creative writings, and rewards the reader by giving equal consideration to Tolkien's academic writing as well as his legendarium.
Auerbach's attention to the limits of the book's preparation and the obstacles that Auerbach had to face as a philologist
are palpable in Auerbach's own postscript in Mimesis, in which he describes his exile in Turkey from 1933 to 1945:
BOSTON (CyHAN)- World-famous philosopher, philologist
and historian Prof Dr.
and authority on the Dead Sea scrolls and both the Old and New Testaments, Allegro examines the early Sumer culture of fertility drug cults.
In a collection of Americanisms published in 1871, the philologist
Maximilian Schele de Vere claims that zombi, "a phantom or ghost," is "not infrequently heard in the Southern States in nurseries and among the servants.