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  • Versions of Piers Plowman by William Langland 1668813Versions of Piers PlowmanWilliam Langland Versions of Piers Plowman include: Piers Plowman, excerpted
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  • is a Pier by Emily Dickinson 1531 14132Above Oblivion's Tide there is a Pier — 1531Emily Dickinson Above Oblivion's Tide there is a Pier And
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  • South-West Pier, Inchgarvie.—General View of Site, with Piers of South Approach Viaduct, Looking North.—Building of North-East Circular Granite Pier, Inchgarvie
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  • 1200489Q948840Pier (Pietro) Antonio MicheliPier (Pietro) AntonioMicheliMicheli,_Pier (Pietro) AntonioUffizi 21, Pier Antonio Micheli retouched.jpg16791737Italian
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  • Compound Pier 5568141911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 6 — Compound Pier COMPOUND PIER, the architectural term given to a clustered column or pier which
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  • Company v. Independent Pier Company by James Clark McReynolds Syllabus 878238Charles Warner Company v. Independent Pier Company — SyllabusJames
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  • Vision and Creed of Piers Ploughman  (1887)  by William Langland, edited by Thomas Wright 1539078The Vision and Creed of Piers PloughmanWilliam Langland1887
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  • American Cyclopædia Fiorentino, Pier-Angelo 1870490The American Cyclopædia — Fiorentino, Pier-Angelo FIORENTINO, Pier-Angelo, an Italian author, born
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 15 Pier Paolo Vergerio, the Elder by Michael Ott 107663Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 15 Pier Paolo Vergerio, the ElderMichael
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  • George Grove Coppola, Pier by Mary Catherine Hamilton 1503914A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Coppola, Pier1900 COPPOLA, Pier Antonio, born in 1792
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  • A Pier-Head Chorus by John Masefield 207622A Pier-Head ChorusJohn Masefield Oh I'll be chewing salted horse and biting flinty bread, And dancing
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  • Reis, owned by appellee, and was based on injuries inflicted to the center pier of the swinging or drawbridge spanning the Cuyahoga river, a navigable stream
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  • are Heaven's piers 1920778New poems and variant readings — Men are Heaven's piersRobert Louis Stevenson1918 MEN ARE HEAVEN'S PIERS Men are Heaven's
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  • Hines. In 1855, Messrs. Dutton and Hines, the plaintiffs in error, owned a pier situated at Racine, upon Lake Michigan, and extending into the lake, which
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  • 1149660Q707840Pier Andrea SaccardoPier AndreaSaccardoSaccardo,_Pier AndreaPier Andrea Saccardo 1845-1920.jpg18451920Professor of natural history, botanist
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  • was caused by a collision with a stone pier built by him in the navigable part of the Mississippi River. The pier was built in the winter of 1870-71; the
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  • brittle are the Piers by Emily Dickinson 1433 13960How brittle are the Piers — 1433Emily Dickinson How brittle are the Piers On which our Faith
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  • proprietor of certain piers known as piers No. 1 and 2 at Colon, in the Isthmus of Panama, and of a slip between those piers. These piers it was accustomed
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  • Pang is more conspicuous in Spring -1530- Above Oblivion's Tide there is a Pier -1531- From all the Jails the Boys and Girls -1532- On that specific Pillow
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  • Piers, Henry by John Thomas Gilbert 1168081Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 45 Piers, HenryJohn Thomas Gilbert1896 PIERS
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