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  • to thee -1461- We knew not that we were to live — -1462- A Route of Evanescence -1463- One thing of it we borrow -1464- Before you thought of Spring
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  • executive Bird is the Jay — -1177- A Rat surrendered here -1340- A Route of Evanescence -1463- A Saucer holds a Cup -1374- A science — so the Savants say, -100-
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  • behind Him -1686- The face I carry with me — last — -336- The Face in evanescence lain -1490- The Face we choose to miss — -1141- The Fact that Earth is
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  • A Route of Evanescence by Emily Dickinson 1463 14054A Route of Evanescence — 1463Emily Dickinson A Route of Evanescence With a revolving Wheel
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  • The Face in evanescence lain by Emily Dickinson 1490 14081The Face in evanescence lain — 1490Emily Dickinson The Face in evanescence lain Is more
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  • and in Science-Teaching 164 The Problem for the Rural School 174 The Evanescence of Facts 180 Foreign Associates of National Societies III 187 Botanizing
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  • 1915  (1915)  The Evanescence of Facts By Jonathan Wright 1581070Popular Science Monthly Volume 86 February 1915 — The Evanescence of Facts By Jonathan
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  • and in Science-Teaching 164 The Problem for the Rural School 174 The Evanescence of Facts 180 Foreign Associates of National Societies III 187 Botanizing
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  • ←A Route of Evanescence (1463)
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  • (1490) The Face in evanescence lain→
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  • ←The Face in evanescence lain (1490)
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  • (1463) A Route of Evanescence
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  • reach his home, and, disillusioned with the world, and the lightness and evanescence of all earthly glory, he determined henceforth to serve the King of kings
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  • Rogers Woodruff 376 Europe's Dynastic Slaughter House, William J. Roe 63 Evanescence of Facts, Jonathan Wright 180 Evans, Thomas W., Museum and Dental Institute
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  • ages beyond its natural life: the record is trusted to tissues whose evanescence is as close as possible to that of the spoken word. Its circulation,
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  • affect its whole complexion. Mr. Hamilton attacked his chapter on "The Evanescence of Evil" with results satisfactory to himself; yet he could hardly fail
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  • evokes it. A play on French words may serve to fix in mind the necessary evanescence of empire. We may fancy that the word derives from the verb empirer,
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  • the light (of given wave-length) from a single aperture vanishes, the evanescence continues even when the whole series of apertures is brought into contemplation
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  • ←The Evanescence of Facts
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  • Claggart could even have loved Billy but for fate and ban. But this was an evanescence, and quickly repented of, as it were, by an immitigable look, pinching
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