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  • lxi Chapter LXI. The Maiden and the Carline Flee to the Grey Sisters
  • xci [374] Globus, xci, a very important criticism of Spencer and Gillen's work.
  • xi 1 383 Fifine at the Fair 1872 xi.
  • xii 4321, 4323. 2867 C.I.L. xii.
  • xix 5, Dozon 2, Denton 238, Day xix.
  • xvi 149 388 Camel-Driver, A 1884 xvi.
  • xx The persistency of the Deuteronomic influence, even long after the priestly code was written, is proved by xx.
  • xxi 35, 36, and it relieves its wild war-scenes by the lovely Song of the Well, xxi.
  • xxii 43-45, Joshua dismissed the two and a half tribes to their eastern home with commendation and exhortation, xxii.
  • xxiv 1 be not an imitation of Numbers xxiv.
  • xxix Digby, Sir Kenelm, 191. Digges, Leonard, 167, 328. Dilworth, W. H., xxix.
  • xxv 340 The above paragraph on xxv.
  • xxvi 31, in another, between Isaac and Abimelech, xxvi.
  • xxxi Clark, Daniel, Senator, 262, 264. Clay, Clement C., Senator, his farewell speech in Senate, 121; 100. Clay, Henry, xxvi, xxxi, 27, 39, 125. Clayton, John M., 63 n.
  • XXL Chris Mench of XXL found the album a step up from his debut effort, finding those elements toned down and allowing for a more musically focused record that carries deep storytelling and new-found maturity, saying that, "General Admission has its low moments — the series of emotional, down-tempo songs is a bit repetitive by the end — but it feels much more cohesive than his last effort.

2 words made from the letters xxi

3 letter words made from xxi:

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