Trifles

  • 21trifle — noun 1) we needn t bother the principal over such trifles Syn: unimportant thing, trivial thing, triviality, thing of no importance, thing of no consequence, bagatelle, inessential, nothing; technicality, nonissue; (trifles) trivia, minutiae,… …

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  • 22μικρολογώτερον — μῑκρολογώτερον , μικρολόγος counting trifles masc acc comp sg μῑκρολογώτερον , μικρολόγος counting trifles neut nom/voc/acc comp sg μῑκρολογώτερον , μικρολόγος counting trifles adverbial …

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  • 23Fuss — (f[u^]s), n. [Cf. {Fusome}.] 1. A tumult; a bustle; unnecessary or annoying ado about trifles. Byron. [1913 Webster] Zealously, assiduously, and with a minimum of fuss or noise Carlyle. [1913 Webster] 2. One who is unduly anxious about trifles; a …

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  • 24Literator — Lit er*a tor (l[i^]t [ e]r*[=a] t[ e]r), n. [L. litterator, literator. See {Letter}.] 1. One who teaches the letters or elements of knowledge; a petty schoolmaster. Burke. [1913 Webster] 2. A person devoted to the study of literary trifles, esp.… …

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  • 25Trifle — Tri fle, n. [OE. trifle, trufle, OF. trufle mockery, raillery, trifle, probably the same word as F. truffe truffle, the word being applied to any small or worthless object. See {Truffle}.] 1. A thing of very little value or importance; a paltry,… …

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  • 26Thomas Hardy — This article is about the novelist and poet. For other uses, see Thomas Hardy (disambiguation). Thomas Hardy Born 2 June 1840(1840 06 02) Stinsford, Dorchester, Dorset, England …

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  • 27Louis-Ferdinand Céline — Infobox Writer name = Louis Ferdinand Céline imagesize = 200px caption = pseudonym = birthdate = birth date|df=yes|1894|5|27 birthplace = Courbevoie, France deathdate = death date and age|df=yes|1961|7|1|1894|5|27 deathplace = Paris, France… …

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  • 28De minimis — is a Latin expression meaning about minimal things, normally in the locutions de minimis non curat praetor ( The praetor does not concern himself with trifles ) or de minimis non curat lex ( The law does not concern itself with trifles ).[1][2]… …

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  • 29Robert Dodsley — (1703 September 23, 1764) was an English bookseller and miscellaneous writer.He was born near Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, where his father was master of the free school.He is said to have been apprenticed to a stocking weaver in Mansfield, from… …

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  • 30Corazon Aquino — Corazon C. Aquino 11th President of the Philippines 2nd President of the Fourth Republic 1st President of the Fifth Republic …

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  • 31Appendix Vergiliana — The Appendix Vergiliana is a collection of poems traditionally ascribed as juvenilia of Virgil, although it is likely that all the pieces are in fact spurious. Many were considered works of Virgil in antiquity, but it seems that they comprise a… …

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  • 32Provincetown Players — The Provincetown Players are an acting troupe that started on July 15, 1915.BeginningsThey began when a group of writers and artists who were vacationing in Provincetown, Massachusetts presented their plays on July 15, 1915 on the veranda of… …

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  • 33Millenary Petition — The Millenary Petition was a list of requests given to James I by Puritans in 1603 when he was travelling to London in order to claim the English throne. It is claimed, but not proven, that this petition had 1,000 signatures of Puritan ministers …

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  • 34Richard Mitchell — Dr. Richard Mitchell (April 26, 1929 ndash; December 27, 2002) was a professor, first of English and later of classics, [Sources are unclear on this subject. See the section Life for details.] at Glassboro State College in Glassboro, New Jersey.… …

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  • 35Richard Polwhele — (January 6, 1760 March 12, 1838) was an English clergyman, poet and topographer.BiographyBorn at Truro, Cornwall, Polwhele met literary luminaries Catharine Macaulay and Hannah More at a young age. He was educated at Truro Grammar School, where… …

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  • 36List of Productions of the University of Canterbury Drama Society — This article contains a list of productions staged by the University of Canterbury Drama Society, from most to least recent, with authors and directors, if known. The list is not complete, with the most obvious gap in information being between… …

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  • 37Manhattan-Knoten — Der Krawattenknoten ist der Teil der Krawatte, der für den mechanischen Halt am Hals sorgt. Der Krawattenknoten lässt sich einteilen in die Standardknoten, wie den Windsorknoten oder den Pratt Knoten, oder die Sonderformen, wie der Onassis Knoten …

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  • 38Schlipsknoten — Der Krawattenknoten ist der Teil der Krawatte, der für den mechanischen Halt am Hals sorgt. Der Krawattenknoten lässt sich einteilen in die Standardknoten, wie den Windsorknoten oder den Pratt Knoten, oder die Sonderformen, wie der Onassis Knoten …

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  • 39Windsor-Knoten — Der Krawattenknoten ist der Teil der Krawatte, der für den mechanischen Halt am Hals sorgt. Der Krawattenknoten lässt sich einteilen in die Standardknoten, wie den Windsorknoten oder den Pratt Knoten, oder die Sonderformen, wie der Onassis Knoten …

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  • 40Windsorknoten — Der Krawattenknoten ist der Teil der Krawatte, der für den mechanischen Halt am Hals sorgt. Der Krawattenknoten lässt sich einteilen in die Standardknoten, wie den Windsorknoten oder den Pratt Knoten, oder die Sonderformen, wie der Onassis Knoten …

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