Brand of InfamyBrand of Infamy



In addition , the president had prophesied that if they were lost , Floyd's name would become infamous . No doubt , his enemies would charge him with ... Floyd did make one obtuse remark concerning his sojourn in the War Department .

Author: Charles Pinnegar

Publisher: Praeger

ISBN: UVA:X004587408

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Reexamines the life of reform-minded Virginian governor John Buchanan Floyd, once labeled a traitor and a coward for his views and actions during the Civil War.

New English and Italian Pronouncing and Explanatory DictionaryNew English and Italian Pronouncing and Explanatory Dictionary



( pres . infastidisco ) to annoy , Infamaménlo , sm , defamation , infamy to náuseate or distúrb , to vex ... sf . infamy ; oblogny , disgráco ; mar- Infatuato , -a , adj . infatuated , bewitched brand of infamy ; stampare il Infausto ...

Author: John Millhouse

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ISBN: HARVARD:HN3RVX

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London Encyclopaedia Or Universal Dictionary of Science Art Literature and Practical MechanicsLondon Encyclopaedia Or Universal Dictionary of Science Art Literature and Practical Mechanics



A part of this Waved over by that flaming brand ; the gate ancient province , however , was once more divided With dreadful ... Addison . extended over the whole surface of this extensive The memory of Licinius was branded with infamy ...

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ISBN: NYPL:33433000999015

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London Encyclop dia Or Universal Dictionary of Science Art Literature and Practical MechanicsLondon Encyclop dia Or Universal Dictionary of Science Art Literature and Practical Mechanics



A part of this Waved over by that faming brand ; the gate With dreadful faces thronged , and fiery arms . ancient province ... Addison . extended over the whole surface of this extensive The memory of Licinius was branded with infamy ...

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ISBN: IND:30000108970611

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Greek English Lexicon with Explanations of the More Difficult Pronunciation of the English Words in Order to Facilitate the Greek LearnerGreek English Lexicon with Explanations of the More Difficult Pronunciation of the English Words in Order to Facilitate the Greek Learner



Etiquaticw , v . a . to brand with infamy , fier . to stigmatize , blemish , stain . ... S : truatiouós , où , s . m . stigmatizing , de textos , oū , s . m . a versifier , a rhy . famation , branding with infamy . mester .

Author: Nikolaos Kontopoulos

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ISBN: UIUC:30112098496893

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Page: 614

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