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Passing, now, to the other side of elasticity—i.e., contractility—can we say as much?
READINGS IN MONEY AND BANKINGCHESTER ARTHUR PHILLIPS
Or should we say that the note omitted was not Nt, but the present Parames and the interval of a tone (i.e. the disjunctive tone)?
THE MODES OF ANCIENT GREEK MUSICDAVID BINNING MONRO
Such was the auspiciousness of this find that the Trojans forthwith erected an altar to Juno, i.e., Cuno?
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
Yet midway between the two, i.e. in the British Isles, we have seen it but thrice!
UNEXPLORED SPAINABEL CHAPMAN
It is all very well to say that “he carried the prejudices of his class (i.e. the middle class) into eternity!”
THE VAGABOND IN LITERATUREARTHUR RICKETT
Why do you suppose we have "gallery practice," i.e., practice with a greatly reduced charge of powder?
THE PLATTSBURG MANUALO.O. ELLIS AND E.B. GAREY
Thus Achilles may as easily mean ‘holder of the people’ as ‘holder of stones,’ i.e. a River-god!
MODERN MYTHOLOGYANDREW LANG
Now when the odor of lavender and odor of cloves are mixed, they produce a new fragrance, i.e. Rondeletia!
THE ART OF PERFUMERYG. W. SEPTIMUS PIESSE
Finally the question naturally arises, how did the computer obtain these values, i.e., how was the whole structure built up?
COMMENTARY ON THE MAYA MANUSCRIPT IN THE ROYAL PUBLIC LIBRARY OF DRESDENERNST FRSTEMAN
How much better thing is the slavery here'(i.e. represented in this play), 'than the liberty we actually enjoy?'
THE ROMAN POETS OF THE REPUBLICWILLIAM YOUNG SELLAR

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