The fifth (-seventh) book of Xenophon's Anabasis, with a vocabulary by J.T. White, Book 7

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Page 290 - Latin Text with English Explanatory and Grammatical Notes, and a Vocabulary of Proper Names. Edited by JOHN T. WHITE, DD Oxon.
Page 286 - Inf. to mark a result or effect. — b. With Inf. to mark an intention or intended result : So as, as for, for the purpose of doing, etc. «fre, neut. dat. sing, of 3<TT6 ; for еф
Page 75 - VOCABULARY. NB — Regularly-formed Participles and Tenses of Verbs are not separately given, except for special reasons. Figures referring to any passage denote the chapter ana paragraph ; eg, 4, 49 = chapter 4, paragraph 49.
Page 290 - VIRGIL, Fourth Book of the Georgics. Price is. VIRGIL, First Book of the żEneid. Price it.
Page 235 - Tomake in the fullest acceptation of the term. — (b) With second Ace. : To make an object that which is denoted by the second Ace.; v.
Page 286 - Greek) which they are now publishing, each containing between one and two hundred pages, 32010. in strong cloth binding, and sold at prices varying from Ninepence to Half-a-Crown. These Texts have been very favourably reviewed and noticed by the public press. GREEK...
Page 210 - The thing which serves for knowing an object by"; hence) 1. A name by which a person or thing is known or distinguished. — 2.

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