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Chicago Manual of Style

By: University of Chicago

...n the nature of the case, cannot be endowed with the fixity of rock-ribbed law. They are meant for the average case, and must be applied with a cer... ...nt), Declaration of Independence, Act of Emancipa- tion, Magna Charta, Corn Law, Reform Bill (English). 17. Creeds and confessions of faith: Apostl... ...(Second) Kings, Book of Job, Psalms (Psalter), Song of Songs, the [Mosaic] Law and the [writings of the] Prophets, Minor Prophets, Wisdom literatur... ...tention is directed : 26 The University of Chicago Press the term "lynch law;" the phrase " liberty of conscience;" the concepts "good" and " bad... ... Ju- Col. I and I1 Pet. I and I1 Thess. I, 11, and I11 John I and I1 Tim. Jude Titus Rev. APOCRYPHA Wid. of Sol. Sus. Ecclus. Be1 and Dragon B... ...strophe alone: King James's Version, Bums's poems, Marx's theories; Moses' law, Jesus' birth, Demosthenes' orations, Berlioz' compositions; for con... ...rance indorse ingraft instal instil insure intrench intrust jeweled Judea judgment kidnaper Koran labeled labor lacquer leveled libel...

...hat reflected the title most often used by the book’s audience. The 13th edition incorporated the new United States copyright regulations that became law in 1978, and the production and printing sections of the Manual were revised to discuss the phototypesetting technology that had begun to displace lead type as well as the old Linotype and Monotype metal-casting machines—...

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Bride of Lammermoor

By: Sir Walter Scott

...ies. But as he finds an account of the circumstances given in the Notes to Law’s Memorials, by his ingenious friend, Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe, Esq.,... ...pertinacity equal to his own. She particu- larly insisted on the Levitical law, which declares that a woman shall be free of a vow which her parents d... ...r rank; and strange things sometimes took place there, into which even the law did not scrupulously inquire. The credulous Mr. Law says, generally, th... ...er. His hypothesis is inconsistent with the account given in the note upon Law’s Memorials, but easily reconcil- able to the family tradition. In all ... ...onest in commerce, Just in his dealings, being much adverse From quirks of law, still ready to refer His cause t’ an honest country arbiter. He was ac... ...ter Scott Stay, let me see my calendar: the twentieth day from this is St. Jude’s, and the day before I must be at Caverton Edge, to see the match bet... ...nce,” as she said, with a keen glance reverting towards Lucy, “against St. Jude’s day, we must all be ready to sign and seal.” “T o sign and seal!” ec... ...is soon to be engulfed. Week crept away after week, and day after day. St. Jude’s day arrived, the last and protracted term to which Lucy had limited ... ...’s appear below, As light and slender as her jessamines grow. —Crabbe. ST. JUDE’S DAY came, the term assigned by Lucy herself as the furthest date of ...

...might possibly be unpleasing to the feelings of the descendants of the parties. But as he finds an account of the circumstances given in the Notes to Law?s Memorials, by his ingenious friend, Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe, Esq., and also indicated in his reprint of the Rev. Mr. Symson?s poems appended to the Large Description of Galloway, as the original of the Bride of Lamme...

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