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Find yourself in Boho chic with Johnny Was or the flattering fit of XCVI.
30) Sen, "Consequential Evaluation and Practical Reason," The Journal of Philosophy, XCVI 9, September 2000: 485.
London 1966) xcvi describes Domitia, who appears on the obverse
Stroup (Gainesville, FL: Scholars' Facsimiles and Reprints, 1968), 191; Joseph Hall, Contemplations Vpon the principal passages of the holie Historie (London, 1615), 191, 280; Lancelot Andrewes, XCVI Sermons (London, 1629), 473.
All previous editions of Andrewes's work have been based on the 1629 XCVI Sermons, edited by William Laud and John Buckeridge, whose agenda was unsurprisingly Laudian.
of November, Anno Domini, MDCXVII, in XCVI Sermons (London: George Miller, 1629), 985.
La sourate XCVI du Coran est justement le debut de la dictee de l'enonciation du texte coranique.
He argued that critical reasoning imposes a limit on the extent to which we can be mistaken about what thoughts we are having; in general, we can know nonempirically what we are thinking (Burge, "Our Entitlement to Self-Knowledge," Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society XCVI, 1996).
The AR began to record bomb damage to notable buildings and looked to countries geographically and politically outside the grip of war - Sweden (again, vol XCIV, 1943), South Africa (Modernism transplanted to the highveld, vol XCVI, 1944) and a major special issue on Brazil, following the 'Brazil Builds' exhibition at the New York Museum of Modern Art in 1943 (p63).
Izhak Gross, "The Abolition of Negro Slavery and British Parliamentary Politics 1832-3," The Historical Journal XXIII:1 (1980): 63-85; Gross, "Parliament and the Abolition of Negro Apprenticeship, 1835-1838," English Historical Review XCVI (1981): 560-576.