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Sol´y

    (sōl´ŷ)
adv.1.Solely.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(1641) Meditations on First Philosophy, Michaelem Soly, Paris.
Vista Alegre will showcase its Christian Lacroix collection, which includes the Butterfly Parade, Picassiette, Soly Sombra and Forum patterns.
In that interval, he writes, I have made it up in my mind to write one hundred sonnets as a set of pictures on the scenes & objects that appear in the different seasons & as I shall do it soly for amusment [sic] I shall take up wi gentle and simple as they come whatever in my eye finds any [inter] est these things are resolves not merely in the view for publication but for attempts.
Josh Rahmani and Soly Halabi of Venture Capital Properties represented Princeton in this transaction.
Lis and Soly (history, Vrije U., Amsterdam) present an ambitious social history of European attitudes toward work and workers in the two thousand years prior to the industrial revolution.
Croix, The Class Struggle in the Ancient Greek World (London 1981), 262; Edith Abbott, "The Wages of Unskilled Labor in the United States," Journal of Political Economy, 13 (June 1905), 324; and Catharina Lis and Hugo Soly, "Policing the Early Modern Proletariat, 1450-1850," in David Levine, ed., Proletarianization and Family History (Orlando, Florida 1984), 163-228.
That compares with a 45.6 percent default rate estimated for the Energy Department program that backed Solyndra (SOLY).
The first edition was: Renati Descartes, Meditationes de prima philosophia (Parisiis: Soly, 1641).