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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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To speak plainly, his scholars were divided into two classes: in the upper of which was a young gentleman, the son of a neighbouring squire, who, at the age of seventeen, was just entered into his Syntaxis; and in the lower was a second son of the same gentleman, who, together with seven parish-boys, was learning to read and write.
It is tectonically an active part of the Lesser and Sub-Himalayan belt that is located in the core and limbs of the Hazara-Kashmir Syntaxis (Bossart et al., 1988; Calkins et al., 1975) and at the junction of the northwest Himalayas of northern Pakistan (Fig.
The evolution of the main mantle thrust in the western syntaxis, northern 101Pakistan
After discussing the terminology and structure, he contextualizes and compares their rituals preceding the mysteries: examination, sponsor, enrollment; deliverance from sin and the devil; and apotaxis and syntaxis. Then he does the same for rituals of the mysteries: the signing on the forehead, and baptism.
Johann Spangenberg, Grammaticae latinae partes, Orthographia, Prosodia, Etymologica & Syntaxis. Wittenberg: Rhau, 1538 (vdm 143).
Near the Eastern Himalayan syntaxis, the trend of mountains and rivers transitions from a near east-west direction to a southward direction toward India.
QTP's eastern margin refers mainly to the region between the East Himalayan syntaxis and West Qinling orogenic belt (Fig.
He completed a PhD in philology at the University of Barcelona in 1977, directed the magazines Literradura and Syntaxis, and is currently professor of Spanish literature at the University of La Laguna.
The Hti Lin area lies within the eastern margin of the Indo-Burman Ranges in western Myanmar that extend from the eastern Himalayan syntaxis southward along the eastern side of the Bay of Bengal to the Andaman Sea (Bannert et al., 2011; Figure 3).
It was suggested that fission track data of uplift rate (Nanga Parbat massif in the main syntaxis) on NW Himalayas has amplified over the past 7 Ma from under 0.5 mm/yr to over several millimeters per year (Zeitler 1985).