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So on he fares, and to the border comes Of EDEN, where delicious Paradise, Now nearer, Crowns with her enclosure green, As with a rural mound the champain head Of a steep wilderness, whose hairie sides With thicket overgrown, grottesque and wilde, Access deni'd; and over head up grew Insuperable highth of loftiest shade, Cedar, and Pine, and Firr, and branching Palm, A Silvan Scene, and as the ranks ascend Shade above shade, a woodie Theatre Of stateliest view.
Antonio Buchanan (Champain Centennial) 6-03.00; 14.
then to "champain." Rejecting these options, Owen ultimately
As stated in a previous publication, 'a gap exists in current analysis of persistent conflict in Mindanao, which is based upon a traditional discourse of exclusion that fails to capture the region's shifting economic and political conditions' (Lara and Champain 2009:6).
Champain et al., "Nonoverlapping but synergetic tau and APP pathologies in sporadic Alzheimer's disease," Neurology, vol.
Martin, Ethnobotany Method Manual, World Wide Fund for Nature (International); Champain and Haill, London, UK, 1995.
Showalter D, 2012, Coaching Young Basketball, 5 th Edition, p.77, American Sport Education Program, Champain, Illinois: Human Kinetics, U.S.A.
She was a Visiting Associate Professor at Business School, University Illinois at Urbana Champain, during August 2006 to July 2007.
Finally, in an excellent piece of primary source analysis and contextualization, any future biographer of Geoffrey Chaucer needs to read Green's revisiting of the quitclaim between Chaucer and Cecily Champain. It would also be of great interest to those interested in quitclaims generally.
Champain, IL, Institute for Personality and Ability Testing, Inc.
Atkin's account of the Chickasaw, with only "350 adult men" remaining, provides special insight: "These Indians live in seven Towns, having each a Palisade Fort with a Ditch, in an open rich Champain Plaine about ten Miles in Circumference, accessible only on one side, being almost surrounded by Swamps in a circular manner, about a mile from any running Creek ..." Similar notes came from lowlands along the Alabama River and its tributaries (e.g., D.