it was quite filled up by ffriday noon and there Was 50000 L overplus
The title might suggest to the unwary that in ancient times one could drop in at a bookseller and buy a codex containing such a collection, or that these collected texts have the kind of relationship to the canonical New Testament that the overplus
of the Greek Bible had to the Hebrew Bible - the overplus
to which St Jerome gave the name `Apocrypha' or secret books, though there was nothing secret about them.
Using the information on the inventory of trade goods, furs obtained, commodities traded and the overplus
(the bundle of goods freed up by paying the Indians below the official standard) generated from the various account books, the Company created indices for comparing one agent's performance with the performance of any other (Ray and Freeman, ch.
232 million tons; and supply overplus
arrived at 97,000 tons.
uses balanc'd; also overburthened, over-charg'd, over-commend, over-great, over-hardned, overheare, over-praise, over-strayning, over-throw, over-tooke, over-turne, over-worthinesse, overblowne, overcome, overdone, overflow, overmuch, overpining, overplus
Berger deserves the highest praise for raising the question of the textual overplus
, especially since he gives an account, via the idea of complicity, of its genesis.
And if eny man or woman be in will to sell his herytage within the fraunchyse, the next of hys kyn shall have it afore all other: and though the sale be made to any straunger, yf eny man that be of kyn come in to the courte anone as he hath knowlege of the sale and cleyme the bargayne, he shall have it by awarde of the mayre and juratts and lesse pryce be every pownde xijd, of the which overplus
the seller shall answer to the straunger.
of fervor compel wonder and curiosity.
By the year 2008, China's annual production capacity of alumina will approach 33 million tons; along with the release of alumina production capacity in 2007, the global alumina market will enter an overplus
2) The cry offers a distinction between human subsistence and the overplus
that makes someone feel who he or she is.
Whoever hath her wish, thou hast thy Will, And Will to boot, and Will in overplus