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63 Metaphors for  edition

63 Metaphors for edition

His edition of the classics, in particular, are the best that have ever been made; and he has lately commenced publishing a number of English works, in a cheap form.

Loeb Classical Library Edition, 1935 Such was the Romans' love of saffron that Roman colonists took their saffron with them when they settled in southern Gaul, where it was extensively cultivated until Rome's fall.

The new edition, (of which Waverley has just appeared,) is, without exception, the handsomest book of the day, in editorship, literary and graphic embellishment or typography.

The public expected more than he had diligence to perform; and yet his edition has been the ground, on which every subsequent commentator has chosen to build.

X.P. is informed that the monotome edition of Boswell's Johnson edited by Croker, is not an abridgment of the larger work, but a new and thoroughly revised edition of it; and with a really good index.

The book is set for release on Nov. 17, but is available for pre-order now; a deluxe edition of the book will be release on Jan.

The edition is Jungerman's, folio, printed by Paul Stephens, in 1718.

The first collected edition of his works was the so-called "First Folio" of 1623, published by his fellow-actors, Heming and Condell.

Our edition, however, is (we believe) the first web-based collection of emblems, although several others are now up and running.

Grafton's first edition of the Bible was a reprint of Coverdale and Tyndale's translation, with slight alterations, by one who assumed the name of Thomas Matthew, but whose real name was John Rogers, then Prebendary of St. Paul's, and afterward burned as a heretic in Smithfield.

Professor Palmer, whose scholarly edition of this poet's works is a model for critics and editors, calls Herbert the first in English poetry who spoke face to face with God.

Actually, one can say that the 10th edition was only an extension to the 9th edition, and the 12th and 13th editions were extensions to the 11th edition.

The best edition of Bacon's works is the London one of Spedding, Ellis & Heath, 1857 seq., 7 vols., 2d ed., 1870; with 7 volumes additional of The Letters and Life of Francis Bacon, including His Occasional Works, and a Commentary, by J. Spedding, 1862-74.

The substituted edition was a complete success, "a perfect piece of artistic printing," as Mr. Dodgson called it.

A critical edition remains, however, a desideratum.

The Globe Edition of Chaucer, edited by Pollard, is also a satisfactory single volume edition.

Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening Special Edition is a port for the Nintendo Switch, but don't let that scare you off.

Last, but certainly not the least, is the Collector's Edition, which is the most expensive edition that players can get fro Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1+2 remasters.

The Japanese edition of his book โ€œJapan as Number One: Lessons for Americaโ€ (1979) was a breakaway bestseller in Japan.

โ€œRegular viewers expect the panellists to make jokes and understand that contributions are intended to be funny and amusing, and this edition was no exception.

The edition of 1740 prints qu'un autre, but this must be a mistake.

On p. 7, edition of Wagenseilius, 1681, is a succinct detail of the manner in which our Savior is said to have entered the temple and obtained possession of the Holy Name.

The first edition, which is now before me, is a very handsome quarto.

Dependable, current, and complete, Robbins and Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease, 9th Edition is the perennially best-selling text that youโ€™ll use long after your medical student days are behind you.

The best edition of his Sermons was the eighth, published in 1687:

The Chapman edition has been the basis for all editions of Austen's works after that.

Previously published as Global Warming: A Very Short Introduction, the new edition is now Climate Change: A Very Short introduction, reflecting an important change in the terminology of the last decade.

The tenth edition, before us, is a bulky tome of about 500 pages, with an appendix of observations on the meals of the day; mode of giving suppers at Routs and soirรฉes, as practised when the author was in the employ of Lord Sefton; and above all, a brief history of the rise and progress of Cookery, from an admirable French treatise.

Today in Australia, the Nissan Navara N-Trek Special Edition is pretty much the limit of what people who want a tough truck capable of taming the outback can buy off the showroom floor.

This edition of 1633 is the final development of what had been a slow growth.

A correct edition of his works must, therefore, be an acceptable contribution to the mass of national literature.

The Globe Edition is an inexpensive single volume containing the complete text.

The regular editions are a run of 225 and cost $40 each or $115 for the set.

I was somewhat disappointed in finding that the edition of the "English Poets" for which he was to write prefaces and lives was not an undertaking directed by him, but that he was to furnish a preface and life to any poet the booksellers pleased.

Blair Witch: Oculus Quest Edition is not the ideal way to play the game, it's still a decent horror experience from a gameplay standpoint.

It is scarcely necessary to add that the new edition of the "Miniature" speedily became waste paper.

The substituted edition was a complete success, "a perfect piece of artistic printing," as Mr. Dodgson called it.

The 45th edition of the TIFF, set to take place from September 10-19, is a significantly scaled-back hybrid of the festival that mixes physical events, with physical-distancing guidelines in place, as well as the geo-restricted virtual screenings.

The great number of music-books published, and the immense editions annually sold, are the best proof of the demand for variety on the part of choirs and singing-societies.

But with the exception of some of the illustrations and the description of them, and the correction of a few typographical errors, this edition is a faithful transcript of the latest English edition.

Rupert Murdochโ€™s newspaper group could be set for a substantial financial windfall after successfully arguing that the Timesโ€™ digital edition is effectively a print newspaper because its website is rarely updated.

The 2021 edition of the Leonardo Drone Contest will be a 'drone game' in which new technologies and functions will be applied in a new arena.

"This edition is quite perfection," he remarked admiringly.

17.In the tenth edition of John Burn's Practical Grammar, published at Glasgow, in 1810, are the following suggestions: "It is not uncommon to find the conjunctions or and nor used indiscriminately; but if there be any real distinction in the proper application of them, it is to be wished that it were settled.

A New Edition, with Notes and Illustrations, by FREDERICK T. DINSDALE, Esq., LL.D., F.S.A. "This volume is a curious instance of the effect of early association ...

Nokia 3310 2017 Edition has been an 4.09 GB for memory card, also in 2020, Nokia 3310 has buying for all shop worldwide also in 2017 Edition.

The PMC edition is a combination of Acuraโ€™s normal Advance and A-Spec, both top-tier packages.

The present edition is not a reproduction of those eleven volumes of 1882-9.

While the standard PS5 weighs 4.5kg, the Digital Edition is only 3.9kg.

The very rare first edition of this novel, in two volumes, is in the Columbia Library.

The most recent edition of the app is Ingredient Recognition, where it recognizes precisely which ingredients you already have and which you need.

In 1571that is, three years after Vasari's second edition was publishedTitian addresses a letter to Philip the Second of Spain in these terms: "Most potent and invincible King,I think your Majesty will have received by this the picture of 'Lucretia and Tarquin' which was to have been presented by the Venetian Ambassador.

We have sometimes thought that the popularity of a school-book is in inverse proportion to its merits, and are glad to learn that five editions of Dr. Gray's "Structural and Systematic Botany" are witnesses against the truth of this assumption.

I imagine his several editions must have been different grammars with the same title; for such things are of no uncommon occurrence, and I cannot otherwise account for the assertion that this book was compiled "on the model of Lowth's, and on the same principles as [those on which] Murray has constructed his.

The fall edition of is a publication of LINC Home Study student writing.

The best portable single volume edition is Craig's Oxford Shakespeare, India paper, 1350 pages.

The Go Edition is a no-brainer on this device since it only comes with 1GB of RAM.

Miss Berry's edition was, in fact, simply a selection, and as a selection it deserves nothing but praise.

AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition is a good choice.

Blended from whisky matured in mizunara and white oak casks, the edition will be the oldest version of Yamazaki, Suntoryโ€™s flagship single malt produced at Japanโ€™s first malt whisky distillery in Osaka.

In 1571that is, three years after Vasari's second edition was publishedTitian addresses a letter to Philip the Second of Spain in these terms: "Most potent and invincible King,I think your Majesty will have received by this the picture of 'Lucretia and Tarquin' which was to have been presented by the Venetian Ambassador.

It has sometimes been supposed that the Baldini edition, Ferrara, 1590, was the earlier, but Guarini's letter is conclusive.

The July 22 edition of Today was mainly a remembrance of Garroway.