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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-742

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9G GENERAL LITERATURE DEPARTMENT Bar fe en-benn toenn Sonbon bie tecfyte anb ber SSelt ift bie atige mM ttge reφte anb fo tft jene trajje bie toon ber SBorfe ηαφ 0tomng treet fti rt al£ bie $nig aber ber SSelt &etra$ten 2iber fd td ieinen $oeten ηαφ Sonbon iefer bare rnft after SDinge biefe foloffaie informigieit biefe mt tnen afte SBetoegnng biefe S3erbrie td ieit ber grenbe fel&ft biefe nber triebene Sonbon erbrucft bie antafie unb errufct ba £er Why is the rel pron ίυα used in the first clause of the above passage Mention all the other instances in which that rel pron is employed Give the etymology of the expression bet £eibe ηίφί Translate into German perceive from your letter that you are going to visit us We shall expect you towards the end of this week We were in the picture-gallery and in the bo tanical garden then we went to the royal palace Notwithstanding the strictest investigation the truth has not yet been brought out He is both active and clever moreover he has lucrative business We were playmates in our childhood and have always remained true friends have been told that the order has been obeyed The character of Ulphilas recommended him to the esteem of the Eastern Court where he twice appeared as the minister of peace he pleaded the cause of the distressed Goths who implored the protection of Va
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