antiq


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antiq.

1. antiquarian.
2. antiquary.
3. antiquity.
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Bound in Venetian Antiq. Colourd Morrocco Finished in the highest Taste agreable to the Book as The Missal & having been the property of The Noble Duke of Bedford.
Antiq.5; Take the noumbles of a calf, swyne, or of shepe, parboile hem, and skerne [?
The cast iron Victorian figure, which is painted white and is 44 in ches high, was auctioned at the sale of antiq ues and collectables.
Art in da Vinci's hands became 'an instrument of instruction, at once didactic and sublime', perfected by antiq uity.
In Waiting to Exhale, for instance, Savannah Jackson's preoccupation with her expensive household goods is reversed but still validated by Bernadine's vengeful "everything's a dollar" garage sale of her former husband's worldly possessions, including his antiq ue car (McMillan 92).
The precise copy from which I have quoted is Bodleian Antiq. e.E.1618.2, in which page numbers have been added in pencil; it is these to which I refer.