Monthly Archives: July 2012

Protected: Twists in the Plot

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Protected: Flora, in the Country and City

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Protected: Attis by the Thames

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Swithin and Sewanee

This morning, ironically enough, it is not raining in Oxford. It is St. Swithin’s Day, July 15th, and according to an English proverb, Saint Swithun’s day, if thou dost rain, For forty days it will remain Saint Swithun’s day, if … Continue reading

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Protected: Liddell & Scott, A Little About Both

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Protected: Veni Vidi Juicy

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Protected: Donec Rursus Impleat Orbem

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