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  • 1And did those feet in ancient time — is a short poem by William Blake from the preface to his epic Milton a Poem, one of a collection of writings known as the Prophetic Books. The date on the title page of 1804 for Milton is probably when the plates were begun, but the poem was… …

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  • 2And Now for Something Completely Different — DVD cover Directed by Ian MacNaughton Produced by …

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  • 3...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead — …And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead in Vancouver, March 2009. Background information …

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  • 4And the Children Shall Lead — Star Trek: The Original Series episode The children of the Starnes expedition Episode no. Episode 59 …

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  • 5And the Sea Will Tell — (ISBN 0 393 02919 0) is a true crime book by Vincent Bugliosi and Bruce B. Henderson. It recounts a double murder on Palmyra Atoll and the subsequent arrest and trial of the suspected perpetrators. It was published in 1991 and adapted into a… …

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  • 6And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda — is a song, written by Eric Bogle in 1972, describing the futility, gruesome reality and the destruction of war, while criticising those who seek to glorify it. This is exemplified in the song by the account of a young Australian soldier on his… …

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  • 7And/or — is a phrase used to indicate that one or more of the stated cases may occur. For example, the sentence Jim will eat cake, pie, and/or brownies indicates that although Jim may eat any of the three listed desserts, the choices are not necessarily… …

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  • 8And Then... — redirects here. For the Ayumi Hamasaki song, see Loveppears. And Then... Studio album by Joe …

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  • 9And — And, conj. [AS. and; akin to OS. endi, Icel. enda, OHG. anti, enti, inti, unti, G. und, D. en, OD. ende. Cf, {An} if, {Ante }.] 1. A particle which expresses the relation of connection or addition. It is used to conjoin a word with a word, a… …

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  • 10And so forth — And And, conj. [AS. and; akin to OS. endi, Icel. enda, OHG. anti, enti, inti, unti, G. und, D. en, OD. ende. Cf, {An} if, {Ante }.] 1. A particle which expresses the relation of connection or addition. It is used to conjoin a word with a word, a… …

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  • 11And death shall have no dominion — is a poem written by Welsh poet Dylan Thomas (1914 1953).Publication historyOn 1936 09 10, two years after the release of his first volume of poetry, Twenty five Poems was published. Twenty five Poems revealed Thomas’ personal philosophies… …

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  • 12And you are lynching Negroes — ( ru. А у вас негров линчуют; literally but at your [place they are] lynching negroes ) is a phrase known in several Eastern European and Southeast European countries (see below) referring to the use of the rhetorical device known as Tu quoque (… …

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  • 13and so forth — or[and so on] And more of the same kind; and further amounts or things like the ones already mentioned. * /The costumes were red, pink, blue, purple, yellow, and so forth./ Compare: WHAT HAVE YOU …

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  • 14and then some — And a lot more; and more too. * /It would cost all the money he had and then some./ * /Talking his way out of this trouble was going to take all his wits and then some./ …

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  • 15and so forth — or[and so on] And more of the same kind; and further amounts or things like the ones already mentioned. * /The costumes were red, pink, blue, purple, yellow, and so forth./ Compare: WHAT HAVE YOU …

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  • 16and then some — And a lot more; and more too. * /It would cost all the money he had and then some./ * /Talking his way out of this trouble was going to take all his wits and then some./ …

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