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Correct spellings for EREAS
- ares ) with contributions by Demetrio Stratos, Giulio Capiozzo, Patrizio Fariselli, and Ares Tavolazzi ("L'Albero Di Canto" and "LAlbero Di Canto II" with Area members backing Pagani exclusively).
- arras It was through this that the number of tones was increased from the twenty or more of Arras to the twenty thousand of the Gobelins.
- erase The greatest service you can do me is to forget my existence, now and henceforth, erase our friendship from the tablets of your memory, pass me as a stranger should our ways ever cross again.
- eris They let him know that they were eris , or chiefs, of a great company about to be established on the northwest coast, and talked of the probability of opening a trade with his islands, and of sending ships there occasionally.
- eros Eros passed on without Ginnistan, who hastened near him, beseeching but one look of tenderness.
- Areas Occasional individuals were trapped in areas of mixed shrubs and grasses.
- Eras There is accordingly no unavoidable clash and no necessary friction between the two schemes of knowledge or the two habits of mind that characterise the two contrasted cultural eras.
- errs The Kalmucks and the Mongols believe, like the Hindus, in the transmigration of souls; but Bergmann errs greatly in asserting that they have no other idea of immortality.
- IRAS "These are grievous times," said Iras , who saw in amazement the Queen's eyes sparkle with the confident light of victory.
- TREAS Lewis, William B., candidate for state treas., 1861, iii. 23, note; elected, 29.
- ORES The dwarfs came flocking around in little troops, leaving their work of digging out precious ores, eager for the ham.
- arias 69. Beyond the Seres, towards the north, live the Ariani; their land is intersected by a navigable river called the Arias , which forms a huge lake known by the same name.