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Deman — is a village in the Yardymli Rayon of Azerbaijan. The village forms part of the municipality of Avaş.
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The National Nurseryman (1908)
For Growers and Dealers in Nursery Stock
Van Deman is a long, large, dark pecan of rich flavor, which no one will make a mistake in planting. Its only faults are that it is slow in coming into bearing, and is sometimes not well filled out. Georgia Giant is too weak a grower ever to amount ...
Volume Three: 1956 - 1999 by Clive Bloom, Gary Day
By this, deMan means that autobiographical writing raises questions, albeitinbolder relief, that apply to any text claiming to be 'by'someoneor other and which therefore assert a corresponding authority or validityas reliable representation.
The Gentleman's Magazine (1805)
OU It letter deman is a acknowledgu:ents *. A defende, of truth is an honourable character. The wanton falsehood you have exposed would never, have been in ...
The Scots Magazine (1795)
It deman is a certain energy both of body and mind which is less fiequently met with among the females of the present age than might be ...
On Paul de Man's Wartime Journalism by Werner Hamacher, Neil Hertz, Thomas Keenan
Mémoires: for Paul deMan is a moving work, written on the death of Derrida's friend, partially, perhaps, out of identification with Blanchot himself, whose L' Amttte was conceived in memory of Blanchot's departed friend, Georges Bataille.
and of English synonymes and paronymes by John Oswald
demand', ». redemand', v. □J-commen'dam, n. deman'der, n. remand', v.
by F. Diez
deman Sp. Pg. motion , look , bearing; from the Basque асбеman (adftzera man) to give t0 understand, from ade' edita to understand and man to give; deman = des-ademas. Adel-odor ш— redor.
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by David H. Stam
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by Percy Hide Reaney, Richard Middlewood Wilson
DAIN Diamant, Diamond, Deman, Demant, Diment, Dimond, Dimont, Dyment, Dymond : Diamant and Diamond may occasionally derive from Diamanda 1221 Cur (Mx), 1349 Husting, one of the fanciful names given to women in the Middle ...
by L. Richardson, jr
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTES AND ABBREVIATIONS Van Deman Vermaseren, Corpus VZ Walde-Hofmann Wissowa, RK Wurm Zorzi ZPE Van Deman, E. B. The Building of the Roman Aqueducts. Washington, D.C. 1934. Vermaseren, M. ].
Based on Groschopp's Grein. Edited, Revised, and Corrected with Grammatical Appendix, List of Irregular Verbs, and Brief Etymological Features by Christian Wilhelm Michael Grein
deman, w. v. 1. to deem, think, judge, decide, determine, prove, doom, condemn. — 2. to count, muster, estimate, reckon. — 3. to praise, laud, tell, narrate. a-deman,. to bar or shut out ...
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The value of this 5-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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