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pory

(ˈpɔːrɪ)
adj, porier or poriest
containing pores; porous
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See also John Foster-Bey, "Bridging Communities: Making the Link Between Regional Economies and Local Community Development" (1997) 8:2 Stan L & Pory Rev 25 at 25-26, 32-34.
Pory provides a marginal note: '"These asses are somewhat like to Banks his curtall, that plaid his prizes all England ouer," an indication that by 1600 the phrase "intelletto umano" does not necessarily indicate the miraculous understanding of Bayard but, lost in translation at least, can also refer to the tricks of the popular entertainer.
By Leo Africanus, done into English in the year 1600 by John Pory.
A rule for antiquities: a great book on tiny things, dictated by Walter Cope, written down by his wife, and translated into Latin by his amanuensis John Pory.
pdf; Nat'l Comm'n Energy Pory, Ending the Energy Stalemate: A Bipartisan Strategy to Meet America's Energy Challenges (2004), at 30, available at http://64.
The note read: "Rory Pory, you are always with us in our thoughts and in our hearts.
Their message read: "Rory Pory, you are always with us in our thoughts and in our hearts.
The card they left read: "Rory Pory, you are always with us in our thoughts and in our hearts.
A similar brazenness--though in this case tied paradoxically with aestheticism and the cult of art--characterizes the dense, unusual novel by Grzegorz Musial entitled Alfine (1997), as well as the first two already-published volumes of Marek Jastrzebiec-Mosakowski's trilogy: Slady na piasku (Traces in the sand, 1994) and Pory roku (The seasons, 1996).
For ne, never, neither and nor, the following were used: pre-1522: Cely, Fox, Original 1 (part), Paston, Plumpton, Signet, Stonor; 1523-1562: Clifford, Cromwell, Elyot, Gardiner, Henry VIII, Johnson, More, Original 1 (part) & 2, Paget, Willoughby, Wyatt; 1563-1602: Bacon, Gawdy, Hastings, Hutton, Leycester, Parkhurst, Royal 1, Stuart, Thynne, Wood; 1603-1642: Barrington, Chamberlain, Comwallis, Ferrar (part), Harley, Henslowe, Holles, Knyvett, Lowther, Oxinden, KPaston, Pory, Stockwell, Wentworth; 1643-168 2: Conway, Ferrar (part), Fleming, Hatton, Marescoe, Osborne, Pepys, Peyton, Royal 2, Tixall, and Wilmot.