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  • Student's Reference Work (1914) Jupiter (mythology) 42415The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Jupiter (mythology) Jupiter, the chief god of the Romans
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  • Shooting at Jupiter  (1916)  1325585Shooting at Jupiter1916 Shooting at Jupiter IT is reported from France that Jupiter, which has been especially
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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Jupiter (planet) 42416The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Jupiter (planet) Ju'piter. See Planets.
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  • Fontaine, translated by F. C. Tilney Jupiter and the Thunderbolts 570551The Original Fables of La Fontaine — Jupiter and the ThunderboltsJean de La FontaineF
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  • Jupiter, Neptune, Minerva, and Momus by Aesop 81954Jupiter, Neptune, Minerva, and MomusAesop According to an ancient legend, the first man was made
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  • Sculptor and the Statue of Jupiter 587761The Original Fables of La Fontaine — The Sculptor and the Statue of JupiterJean de La FontaineF. C. Tilney
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  • Jupiter and the Monkey by Aesop 81955Jupiter and the MonkeyAesop Jupiter issued a proclamation to all the beasts of the forest and promised a royal
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  • The Bee and Jupiter by Aesop 39144The Bee and JupiterAesop Of the Bee and of Iupiter Now the euyl which men wysshe to other / cometh to hym whiche
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  • Wishing to instruct a Son of Jupiter 596733The Original Fables of La Fontaine — The Gods Wishing to instruct a Son of JupiterJean de La FontaineF. C.
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  • The Camel and Jupiter by Aesop 40604The Camel and JupiterAesop Of the camel and of Iupiter Every creature ought to be content of that / that god
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  • The Lion, Jupiter, and the Elephant by Aesop 81933The Lion, Jupiter, and the ElephantAesop The Lion wearied Jupiter with his frequent complaints
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  • Condition of Jupiter and Saturn By David Trowbridge 613744Popular Science Monthly Volume 11 June 1877 — On the Physical Condition of Jupiter and Saturn
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  •  (1900)  edited by George Grove Jupiter by George Grove 1522155A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Jupiter1900 JUPITER. A sobriquet bestowed—whether
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  • The Oaks and Jupiter by Aesop 81888The Oaks and JupiterAesop Of the man and of the wood He that gyueth ayde and help to his enemy is cause of
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  • 1880  (1880)  What Is Jupiter Doing? By Henry J. Slack 620474Popular Science Monthly Volume 16 April 1880 — What Is Jupiter Doing? By Henry J. Slack1880
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  •  (1874)  News from Jupiter By Richard Anthony Proctor 584675Popular Science Monthly Volume 4 February 1874 — News from Jupiter By Richard Anthony
    731 bytes (5,156 words) - 23:47, 23 August 2015
  • Concerning the Power of Jupiter, and a Comparison of Jupiter with Janus. Whether the Distinction Between Janus and Jupiter is a Proper One. Concerning
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  • hall Judgment seat Judgments of God Judgment, The final Judith Julia Julius Junia Juniper Jupiter Justice Justice of God Justification Justus Juttah
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  • by F. C. Tilney The Elephant and Jupiter's Ape 608594The Original Fables of La Fontaine — The Elephant and Jupiter's ApeJean de La FontaineF. C. Tilney
    432 bytes (400 words) - 20:52, 22 March 2013
  • Weasels The Bear and the Fox The Bear and the Two Travelers The Bee and Jupiter The Belly and the Members The Birdcatcher, the Partridge, and the Cock
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