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  • The Encyclopedia Americana Saffron 1458010The Encyclopedia Americana — Saffron SAFFRON, a bulbous autumnal plant (Crocus sativus) and a commercial
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  • Saffron” Easton's Bible Dictionary (1897) A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • I • J • K • L • M • N • O • P • Q • R • S • T • U • V • W • Y • Z Gen • Ex
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  • Sabeans Sabtah Sabtecha Sachar Sackbut Sackcloth Sacrifice Sadducees Sadoc Saffron Saint Sala Salamis Salathiel Salcah Salem Salim Sallai Sallu Salmon ("garment")
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  • Laudanum, Amber-gryse, and Musk; to Venus Flowers, as Roses, Violets, Saffron, and such like: to Mercury all Pils of Wood and fruit, as Cinnamon, Lignum
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  • edition (External scan) 1920 edition (External scan) 1596 Have with You to Saffron-Walden 1597 Isle of Dogs (lost) 1599 Nashe's Lenten Stuff   The Works of
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  • world! Yellow, yellow, yellow it eats into the leaves, smears with saffron the horned branches that lean heavily against a smooth purple sky!
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  • in conjunction with the Sun, and shall fume the place with Coriander, Saffron, Henbane, Smallage, and black Poppy, of each a like quantity, bruised together
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  • lowly, day by day Thou dost prepare her way; But when soft-trailing saffron and warm rose Half hide and half disclose Her glowing beauty rare,—
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  • of Magdalene College, and patron of the mastership. He was recorder of Saffron Walden till the passing of the Municipal Reform Act in 1835, and was also
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  • Elizabeth, wife of the first Earl of Portsmouth, her share in the estate of Saffron Walden in Essex. On the death of the same aunt he also inherited Audley
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  • sandal-scented leisure. Your bridal robes are in the loom, silver and saffron glowing, Your bridal cakes are on the hearth: O whither are you going
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  • STACEY (1818–1883), botanist and philanthropist, was born 20 July 1818 at Saffron Walden, Essex, being the only son of Wyatt George Gibson, a lineal descendant
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  • (Luttrell, i. 69). He died in December 1688, and was buried on 16 Jan. 1689 at Saffron Walden, Essex (ib. i. 496). On 1 Dec. 1640 he married Lady Susan Rich,
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  • resemble Mars. Golden, Saffron, purple, and bright colours, resemble the Sun. But all white, fair, curious, green, ruddy, betwixt saffron, and purple, resemble
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  • uninterrupted. Caravans from Sus laden with copper-ware, olive oil, butter, saffron, wax, skins, dates, dried roses, &c, are sent to Marrakesh, four days'
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  • had steeped my soul in colour         That will not pass away:— Great saffron sunset clouds, and larkspur mountains,         And fenceless miles of
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  • Safes, Strong-rooms and Vaults Safety-Lamp Ṣaffārids Saffi Safflower Saffron Saffron Walden Safranine Saga Sagaing Sagallo Sagan Sagar Sagasta, Praxedes
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  • Among his writings are Anatomy of Absurdities (1589), Have with you to Saffron Walden, and Pierce Pennilesse, his Supplication to the Divell (1592), all
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  • throbbed friendly to my feet, And the sweet air with thee was sweet. The saffron cloud that floated warm Studied thy motion, took thy form, And in his
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  • turquoise,                  A scimitar, a neckerchief Worked with rose and saffron for a lovely lady's needs?   Here we pass the goldsmiths, copper-, brass-
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