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List Of Contemporary Classical Violinists - Baroque Violinists
... Lucy van Dael (born 1946) Isabelle Faust (born 1972) (performs principally on the modern violin) Enrico Gatti (born 1955) Reinhard Goebel (born 1952) Gottfried von der Goltz (born 1964 ...
Protestant Catechisms - Reformed - Westminster Catechisms
... main sections summarizing what the scriptures principally teach the doctrine of God, and the duty required of men ... What do the scriptures principally teach? A ... The scriptures principally teach, what man is to believe concerning God, and what duty God requires of man ...
27th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment - History - Regimental Organization
... Company A – recruited principally in Westchester County Company B – recruited principally in Wayne County Company C – recruited principally in Broome County Company D – recruited principally in Broome County ...
Emergency Quota Act - Summary
... from Northern and Western Europe, and 685,531 from other countries, principally Southern and Eastern Europe ... was 198,082 from Northern and Western Europe, and 158,367 from principally Southern and Eastern Europe (including other countries), being shown as a drastic reduction in immigration levels from other ...

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    People may talk about intellectual teaching, but what we principally want is the moral teaching.
    Thomas Henry Huxley (1825–95)

    It is principally for the sake of the leg that a change in the dress of man is so much to be desired.... The leg is the best part of the figure ... and the best leg is the man’s.... Man should no longer disguise the long lines, the strong forms, in those lengths of piping or tubing that are of all garments the most stupid.
    Alice Meynell (1847–1922)

    The other 1000 are principally the ‘old Yankee stock,’ who have lost the town, politically, to the Portuguese; who deplore the influx of the ‘off-Cape furriners’; and to whom a volume of genealogy is a piece of escape literature.
    —For the State of Massachusetts, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)