A Cabinet of Curiosities
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- "A Cabinet of Curiosities" is a compilation box set by alternative rock band Jane's Addiction, released on April 21, 2009, on Rhino Records. The collection includes three discs of demos, rehearsals, remixes, covers, and live recordings from the group's initial lifespan of 1986–1991, and one DVD featuring the movie Soul Kiss, the band's music videos, and concert footage. Vocalist Perry Farrell stated that "it's a really nice, fetishy object.
- "A Cabinet of Curiosities" is a musical album of Paul Roland.
- released in (28 years ago)
"A cabinet of curiosities" is a book by Stephen E. Weil.
- also known as "A cabinet of curiosities: inquiries into museums and their prospects"
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by Noah Webster
A cabinet of curiosities. MUSH, n. A food of maize-meal and water boiled. MUSH'- ROOM, n. A name of numerous plants; an *P* MU'-SIC, n. [L. musica; Gr. Hovoixn .] Melody or harmony; science of harmonical sounds or theoretical music; the art of combining sounds in a manner to please the ear, or practical music; any entertainment consisting in melody or harmony; order; harmony of revolution. Music is vocal or instrumental. Pocal music is the melody of a single voice, or the harmony ...
The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)
There is a public library, a cabinet of curiosities, belonging to M. Tesdorf, and a cabinet of paintings, belonging to M. Rodde. There are various manufactures carried on at Lubeck, the principal of which are tobacco, soap, hair powder, playing cards, woollen and silk goods, cordovan, bend-leather, pins, hats, &c. There are also refiners of sugar, bleachers of wax, cleavers of whale: bone, and turners of amber. “The quay of Lubeck,” says Mr. Coxe, “is on the river Trave, which falls into the ...
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The 1GU year old negrcss shelved, Barnum opened a cabinet of curiosities in New York.
by Joseph Emerson Worcester
A cabinet of curiosities. mDsh'room, n.
A New Universal, Technological, Etymological, and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1854)
by John Craig
A repository of natural, scientific, and literary curiosities ; a cabinet of curiosities. Musn, mush, s. (mu>, Germ.) The meal of maize boiled in ...
A new universal etymological technological, and pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1849)
by John Craig (F.G.S.)
A repository of natural, scientific, and literary curiosities ; a cabinet of curiosities. Mush, mush, s. (mus, Germ.) The meal of maize boiled in water. Musiibooh, mush'room, *. (mousseron, Fr.) A name given to certain ...
A dictionary of the principal languages spoken in the Bengal Presidency, English, Bángálí and Hindústaní (1837)
by P. S. D'Rozario
a cabinet of curiosities — áshcharjya ...
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