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Coray is a commune in the Finistère department of Brittany in north-western France.
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Plutarch's Lives (1859)
by Plutarch, John Dryden
For the words of Plato, that great natures produce great vices as well as great virtues, Coray refers to a passage in the Crito, " Would to heaven they were capable of accomplishing the greatest evils, as in this case, they might be capable of the ...
Coray is a tenant in common with the complainant, or that the common source of title between him and the said defendant, \Y. H. Coray, is as alleged in the second paragraph of the ...
by Project Gutenberg
Coray ( 1810), Schneider (1812) and others. A critical edition of all the previously known ...
A General Bibliographical Dictionary: Q-Z. List of all the Aldine typographical production. List of the Juntine typographical productions. Elzeviers (1837)
by Friedrich Adolf Ebert
Coray nunc primum editae, itemque adnotatt. in auctorem, additamenta in glossarium Franzii, hodiernam ichthyologiam illustrantia et lucubratio de piscium esu ...
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