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Furnivall

Frederick James. 1825--1910, English philologist: founder of the Early English Text Society and one of the founders of the Oxford English Dictionary
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(26) Fredrick Furnivall, ed., A List of All the Songs & Passages in Shakspere Which Have Been Set to Music (London: N.
Boshier notes that Furnivall himself would 'later become frustrated with the limitations of the BRS as an agent of social and political change' (pp.
Thus, unlike Furnivall's plural society, which assumed that the
Similar to the time since "Burma proper", Myanmar still relies upon a hierarchical structure of administrators overseeing units from the central to local levels (Furnivall 1960, p.
Despite Furnivall's advice, he waited four months before approaching Lee: "The sub-editorship question is still undecided and will not be decided for some time [...] upon looking into the matter I found myself rather at a loss as to what sort of assistance I should want." He made "a temporary arrangement" with a Cambridge man, Thompson Cooper, later list-compiler, thinking he might later make another appointment, "but I cannot yet say whether the same one would be a mere assistant to Mr Cooper: or a sub-editor instead of him: nor whether in the latter case, I should be in want chiefly of a man of business superiority or a man of antiquarian or other knowledge" (letter to Gosse 13 December 1882).
ONE BORN EVERY MINUTE C4 9pm In the penultimate episode, Barry and Tracy Furnivall are preparing for the arrival of their first child together, but it will be the eighth member of their combined families.
Knollys (London: Parker, Furnivall, and Parker, 1852), 7-8.
Dinshaw's amateurs include historian Frederick James Furnivall, authors Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Washington Irving (along with his creation Geoffrey Crayon), scholar Hope Emily Allen, as well as amateur medievalist Thomas Colpeper, who is a character from Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's baffling 1944 motion picture A Canterbury Tale.
While they are held together by an imposed colonial or independent force, they paradoxically experience a social quagmire of conflict and stability (Furnivall 1948; Smith 1965).
Furnivall ("Colonial Policy" from Colonial Practice and Policy: A Comparative Study of Burma and Netherlands India, 1948).
Furnivall. As Jennings rightly concludes, "Tennis may not have the extensive contemporary bibliography of baseball as a subject of fiction and poetry, but its literary history is much longer and ...