brenne


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brenne

(brɛn)
vb (intr)
obsolete to burn
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Larval trematode infections in Galba truncatula (Gastropoda, Lymnaeidae) from the Brenne Regional Natural Park, central France.
Celia Marsh, centre back, with four of her five daughters, from left, Brenne Grice, Ashleigh Grice, Kayleigh Grice and Shanaye Grice
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Thay schul brenne in [??]e fier ofhelle with [??]e deuelis wham [??]ai serue as long as god is in heuene with his seruantes, [??][alpha]t is euermore.
2003; Teo, Su Luan & Sing, 2008; Usluel & Mazman, 2010; Straub, Keil & Brenne, 1997).
Couture garment-making workshops with Kathryn Brenne are in such demand that registration for an upcoming session filled up a mere hour and 25 minutes after Brenne sent out an email to eagerly awaiting students.
As Stefan Brenne (1994, 13) argues, ostraka did not simply function to list names, but also served to condemn, mock, or defame the individuals who appeared on them.
These Jewish scapegoats function as illustrations of the draconian consequences of not joining the supposedly inclusive and merciful cult of Mary; for example, N-Town's pageant of Mary's Assumption climaxes when Belsabub and Belyal dismember an unrepentant Jewish detractor of Mary (41.476) and drag him into the pit of hell (41.486-87) to "brenne and boyle" for all eternity (41.483).