This," he said, "was all that was left of the Carstairs Collection.
He not only sold the Collection bit by bit, but sank bit by bit to the basest ways of making money-- even to blackmailing his own family in a disguise.
Spenser, however, soon outgrew this folly and in 1579 published the collection of poems which, as we have already said, is commonly taken as marking the beginning of the great Elizabethan literary period, namely 'The Shepherd's Calendar.
The lyrics were published sometimes in collections by single authors, sometimes in the series of anthologies which succeeded to Tottel's 'Miscellany.
A piece of matter, according to the definition that I propose, is, as a first approximation,* the collection of all those correlated particulars which would normally be regarded as its appearances or effects in different places.
According to the view that I am suggesting, a physical object or piece of matter is the collection of all those correlated particulars which would be regarded by common sense as its effects or appearances in different places.
How could such a collection
be here, where you see everything except the inside of one little cupboard and a few boxes?
That our palaeontological collections
are very imperfect, is admitted by every one.
FDA Clears Pall-ViaCell's Cord Blood Collection
For example, the CAP could be used to prevent a seizure of the taxpayer's property, while a CDP could be filed to challenge the underlying basis for a collection
The issue of how libraries acquire geospatial data is a prevalent one in this collection
The library has a 19th century dime novel collection
, a collection
about child survivors of the Jewish Holocaust, and a collection
of revolutionary and political movements in Russia from 1875 to 1937.
Edsall was officially named curator of a collection
of her own invention--the Philadelphia Dance Collection
at Temple University (PDCAT).
The tour ended in the basement of La Maison Rouge with "396 regards," projected details of historical masterpieces from the slide collection
of the late art historian Daniel Arasse.
Price, if the collection
service is not offered for flee, can be another obstacle, as can lack of space within the LRE.