It also comes from a company that is really bad at evaluating anyone's creditworthiness (cf. 2008).
cf. "Mihr Yasht," 127, where the boar is not Verethraghna but the "curse of the sage."
In Chisholm the first element may mean pebble; cf. Chesil Beach.
In 1114, the right word is site; cf. the Treatise on the Astrolabe (see Note).
Poyntz is sometimes for des ponts; cf. Pierpoint for Pierrepont.
These expressions therefore give the tangential and normal accelerations of P; cf. 13 .
For the Isis ceremony cf. Apuleius, Metamorphoses, xi, 24 f.
cf. Claudian, 'Nunquam libertas gratior exstat quam sub rege pio.'
cf. Maupassant's just protest against this, to which we shall come.
cf. 73 haud scio an melius Ennius, 'probably Ennius speaks better'; also 74 incertium an hoc ipso die, 'possibly to-day'.