Scribe B (as the chart above shows) has his hand in all the thirteenth-century quires
. It would make logical sense for him to put this note at the end of the final quire
that he finishes.
Had leaves 1 and 2 of this quire
(and perhaps quire
1) been absent at the time he copied, he might well have begun with text on the first leaf that he saw.
All remain standing as the Dean leads the bride and bridegroom, followed by all others who will sign the registers, to the North Quire
Another key piece of information about the deliberate quire
structure comes in the form of quire
marks, which are unusual enough to merit some extended discussion.
will also provide the music for a special service for BBC's One World Week, which will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 4 at 8am the morning after the concert.
For instance, Wright and Wright (1924: 80) believe that the early e-raising in two English words (briar, tire) and in the loanwords friar, quire
, umpire (ME noumpere) occurred "in the early part of the fifteenth century", while acquire, inquire, require are said to have obtained long [i:] due to the influence of the corresponding Latin source words with long [i:] in the root.
(3) Booklet 3 = quires
7-12, but the first of these might be construed as an independent booklet: as elsewhere in the manuscript, Dygon began the text, here the single item 2, and wrote all of the first quire
before surrendering the copying to a second scribe.
In great detail, Reske examines the quire
schemata, watermarks, paper thickness, and the layout schemata; he counts and measures the woodcuts, sorts out the various scribes; investigates the settings and determines the various types used and calculates the press runs.
It was being moved from the nave, where it remained overnight, to the quire
of the chapel for the funeral service.
I WOULD like to know why you don't slate Scousers, Smithy, but you are quire
happy to criticise foreigners.
The most important factors to remember are that: (1) HIPAA is not just an information technology issue--it requires organizational and business practice changes, as well; and (2) HIPAA will likely re quire
that organizations make choices about the expense, risks and practicality of proposed changes to administrative and care delivery operations.
In the last decade or so, studies of witchcraft in Africa have moved from the rather restricted (and dated) realm of classical ethnography into the broader venue of what were once known as "modernization studies." The title of this book quire
explicitly indicates such a shift and its subtitle suggests one of the principal motivations: contemporary Africa is a prime site of the "postcolonial," a world which has not come close to realizing the nationalist aspirations of its emergence from colonialism and is simultaneously enveloped and marginalized in the current economy and culture of globalism.