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  • 141 Beauchamp-Sharp-Tragödie — Jeroboam O. Beauchamp ermordet Solomon P. Sharp (Stich aus dem Jahre 1833, erschienen in The United States Criminal Calendar) Als Beauchamp Sharp Tragödie oder Kentucky Tragödie (engl. Kentucky Tragedy) wird der Mord an dem Politiker Solomon P.… …

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  • 142 cry — I n. 1) to give, raise (formal), utter a cry 2) an anguished, plaintive; heart rending; loud, lusty; piercing; rallying cry 3) a battle, war cry 4) a cry for (a cry for help) 5) (misc.) afar cry from ( very far from ) II v. 1) to cry loudly 2)… …

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  • 143 sob — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. i. weep, cry, sigh; moan. See lamentation. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. weeping, bewailing, convulsive sigh; see cry 1 , 3 . v. Syn. lament, weep convulsively, wail; see cry 1 . See Synonym Study at cry .… …

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  • 144 cry — vb Cry, weep, wail, keen, whimper, blubber mean to show one s grief, pain, or distress by tears and utterances, usually inarticulate utterances. Cry and weep (the first the homelier, the second the more formal term) are frequently interchanged.… …

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  • 145 δακρύουσ' — δακρύ̱ουσα , δακρύω weep pres part act fem nom/voc sg (attic epic doric ionic) δακρύ̱ουσι , δακρύω weep pres part act masc/neut dat pl (attic epic doric ionic) δακρύ̱ουσι , δακρύω weep pres ind act 3rd pl (attic epic doric ionic) δακρύ̱ουσαι ,… …

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  • 146 κλαυσιᾷ — κλαυσιάω wish to weep pres subj mp 2nd sg κλαυσιάω wish to weep pres ind mp 2nd sg (epic) κλαυσιάω wish to weep pres subj act 3rd sg κλαυσιάω wish to weep pres ind act 3rd sg (epic) …

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  • 147 bhlē- —     bhlē     English meaning: to howl, weep     Deutsche Übersetzung: “heulen, laut weinen, blöken”     Material: Lat. fleō, flēre (*bhlēi̯ ō) “ to weep; to drip, trickle; transit., to weep for, lament, bewail; flendus, to be lamented “; Ltv.… …

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  • 148 cry — [krī] vi. cried, crying [ME crien < OFr crier < L quiritare, to wail, shriek (var. of quirritare, to squeal like a pig < * quis, echoic of a squeal); assoc. in ancient folk etym. with L Quirites, Roman citizens (as if meaning “to call… …

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  • 149 JOHANAN BEN ZAKKAI — (first century C.E.), tanna, considered in talmudic tradition the leading sage at the end of the Second Temple period and the years immediately following the destruction of the Temple. Johanan b. Zakkai s personality and work are depicted in a… …

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  • 150 PROPHETS AND PROPHECY — This article is arranged according to the following outline: in the bible classifications nature of prophecy origin and function dreams divination pre classical prophets terminology group prophecy ecstasy group life of prophets role in society… …

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  • 151 Beweep — Be*weep , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Bewept}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Beweeping}.] [AS. bew?pan; pref. be + weep.] To weep over; to deplore; to bedew with tears. His timeless death beweeping. Drayton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 152 Beweeping — Beweep Be*weep , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Bewept}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Beweeping}.] [AS. bew?pan; pref. be + weep.] To weep over; to deplore; to bedew with tears. His timeless death beweeping. Drayton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 153 Bewept — Beweep Be*weep , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Bewept}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Beweeping}.] [AS. bew?pan; pref. be + weep.] To weep over; to deplore; to bedew with tears. His timeless death beweeping. Drayton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 154 greet — I. transitive verb Etymology: Middle English greten, from Old English grētan; akin to Old English grǣtan to weep Date: before 12th century 1. to address with expression of kind wishes upon meeting or arrival < greeted guests at the door > 2. a.… …

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  • 155 Þökk — (Old Norse Thanks Orchard (1997:161).] ) is a giantess in Norse mythology, presumed to be Loki in disguise, who refuses to weep for the slain Baldr, thus forcing him to stay in Hel. Prose Edda After Baldr was killed, Hermóðr rode to Hel. Hel, the …

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  • 156 Ma'at — Maat or Mayet, thought to have been pronounced as *unicode|Muʔʕat (Muh aht), [Information taken from phonetic symbols for Ma at, and explanations on how to pronounce based upon modern reals, revealed in (Collier and Manley pp. 2 4, 154)] was the… …

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  • 157 Latin grammar — The grammar of Latin, like that of other ancient Indo European languages, is highly inflected, which allows for a large degree of flexibility when choosing word order. In Latin there are five declensions of nouns and four conjugations of verbs.… …

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  • 158 Mickey Deans — with Judy Garland on their wedding day in 1969 Born Michael DeVinko September 24, 1934(1934 09 24) Garfield, New Je …

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  • 159 Rhyme scheme — A rhyme scheme is the pattern of rhyming lines in a poem or song. It is usually referred to by using letters to indicate which lines rhyme. In other words, it is the pattern of end rhymes.For example A,B,A,B, indicates a four line stanza in which …

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  • 160 Heinrich Gottfried Ollendorff — (1803 1865) was a German grammarian and language educator. His name is used as an epithet in H.G. Wells in The Island of Doctor Moreau (Chapter 16). Yesterday he bled and wept, said the Satyr. You never bleed nor weep. The Master does not bleed… …

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