Sentence Examples with the word un

The quinquennial prize of literature had been refused to his Un male, and the younger generation of artists and men of letters gave him a banquet which was recognized as a protest against the official literature, represented by Louis Hymans (1829-1884), Gustave Frederix (b.

Scherillo, Esame di un codice greco pubblicato nel tomo secondo della bibliotheca casinensis (Naples, 1876); G.

Dejean, Un Pre t fet du Consulat: J.

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Yriarte, Rimini: Un Condottiere au XV.

How she roughed it on an island unknown to tourists is told in Un hiver a Majorque (1842), a book of travel that may take rank with Heine's Reisebilder.

The battle was focusing on whether the US would require a fresh UN mandate to carry out an attack.

Hitherto, from the nature of the case, the works aforesaid treated of scarcely any but the birds belonging to the orbis veteribus notus; but the geographical discoveries of the 16th century began to bear fruit, and many animals of kinds un suspected were, about one hundred years later, made known.

Quoique mon unique objet dans cet article n'ait etc que de traiter de la cause physique de l'entretien de la vie des titres organiques, malgre cela j'ai ose avancer en debutant, que l'existence de ces titres etonnants n'appartiennent nullement a la nature; que tout ce qu'on peut entendre par le mot nature, ne pouvoit donner la vie, c'est-a-dire, que toutes les qualites de la matiere, jointes a toutes les circonstances possibles, et meme a l'activite repandue dans l'univers, ne pouvaient point produire un titre muni du mouvement organique, capable de reproduire son semblable, et sujet a la mort.

De la Blarchere, Un Chapitre d'histoire pontine (Paris, 1889).

See Georges de Blois, Louis de Blois, un Benedictin au XVI eme siecle (Paris, 1875), Eng.