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Earl's

Business

Earl's a.k.a. Earls is a family owned casual dining chain that operates a total of 65 restaurants in Canada as well as Washington, Colorado, Boston, and Miami in the United States. Their head office is in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

  • also known as Earls Restaurant, 伯爵餐廳有限公司
  • official website: www.earls.ca

Place

Earl's a.k.a. Earls, Virginia: Earls is an unincorporated community located in Amelia County, in the U.S. state of Virginia.

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Dictionary of Magic

Dictionary of Magic by Harry E. Wedeck offers a broad understanding of the field of witchcraft, the occult, and its many manifestations, from early Babylonian times to the present day. It includes knowledge of words in this area from many continents and practices. It also discusses and analyzes occult practices and notable wizards and demonographers.

Harry E. Wedeck was a linguistic, scholar of the classics, and observer of spheres beyond the norm. A native of Sheffield, England, Mr. Wedeck was chairman of the department of classical languages at Erasmus Hall High School in Brooklyn from 1935 to 1950 and then taught the classics at Brooklyn College until 1968. Afterward he lectured on medieval studies at the New School for Social Research, until 1974.

Some of his excursions into the unusual remain available in reprint editions. They include "Dictionary of Astrology," "A Dictionary of Aphrodisiacs," "A Treasury of Witchcraft" and "Triumph of Satan." They were originally written near the end of Mr. Wedeck's career, when he was steeped in the classics as an educator in the New York City school and college system. - 166 pages

Dictionary of Early English

Joseph T. Shipley's tome Dictionary of Early English provides an indispensible and unparalleled reference tool on the study of early English. With a preface by Mark Van Doren and an extensive headword list, this dictionary brings to light the terms, concepts, and vocabulary of ancient English.

Joseph T. Shipley has written and edited several books, dictionaries, and anthologies including The Origins of English Words, Modern French Poetry, An Anthology, and Dictionary of World Literature. - 2447 pages

Dictionary of Obsolete English

This new edition of the well-known definitive glossary provides the key to those terms in the English language that have either changed their meaning or been altogether discarded . . . Words common in the days of Chaucer, Shakespeare or Johnson . . . Even words known to Dickens and Browning, but today obsolete.

A fascinating handbook, not merely for the linguist and philologist, but for everyone intrigued by the colorful, the strange and the bizarre in our language. - 453 pages

Dictionary of Gypsy Life and Lore

Through the centuries the Gypsies all over the world have been misunderstood, maligned, rejected. Outcasts of the countries in which they lived, they have wandered for centuries over the face of the earth. They have no homeland, no political unity, no recognition among nations. They have been alone, sundered, shunned, persecuted and banished. Until about a century ago, their original home has been a matter of dispute. Their language has been a source of puzzlement. Yet their conduct and their traditions, their feeling for music, dance and song, have all been acclaimed. Still they were not accepted and were forced to remain apart from conventional society.

Here is their epic history, with its folktales and beliefs, its rites and customs. Here is the vast treasury of the Story of the Gypsies.

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Harry E. Wedeck was a linguistic, scholar of the classics, and observer of spheres beyond the norm. A native of Sheffield, England, Mr. Wedeck was chairman of the department of classical languages at Erasmus Hall High School in Brooklyn from 1935 to 1950 and then taught the classics at Brooklyn College until 1968. Afterward he lectured on medieval studies at the New School for Social Research, until 1974.

Some of his excursions into the unusual remain available in reprint editions. They include "Dictionary of Astrology," "A Dictionary of Aphrodisiacs," "A Treasury of Witchcraft" and "Triumph of Satan." They were originally written near the end of Mr. Wedeck's career, when he was steeped in the classics as an educator in the New York City school and college system. - 796 pages

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