Google
Google
×
Search French pages
  • Search the web
  • Search French pages
Sorted by relevance
Impostor from books.google.com
impostor , Lichtenstein , 1873 ( 118 ) flavator , Marsh . I. 136 , 099 60 Flavipalpis , Thomson . B. Haripalpis , Thoms . & 1892 ( 263 ) Maish . III . 52 -Braco guttiger , Wesm . 099 1838 ( 207 ) -B . Ratz . 04 1848 ( 149 Marsh . 091 1885 131 Thoms ...
Impostor from books.google.com
1892 ( 263 ) Marsh , I. 128 73 Hastator , FABRICIUS . -B . hastator , Fab . ! 180i ( 46 ) Varsh . I. 160 impostor , Lichtenstein , 1873 ( 118 flavator , Marsh . I. 136 , o'q 60 Flavipalpis , Thomson . B. flavipulpis , Thoms . f 1892 ( 263 ) Varsh . III .
Impostor from books.google.com
An impostor endeavors to impose a falsehood upon others for the purpose of promoting some selfish object of his own . Now , was it ever known , is it even conceivable , that any man should coolly and deliberately devise a system of which his ...
Impostor from books.google.com
0.16 0.16 0.14 genuine - face impostor - face genuine - voice impostor - voice 0.14 genuine - face impostor - face genuine - voice impostor - voice 0.124 0.12 n 0.14 01 0.08 0.08 0.06 0.06 Odbe 0.04 0.04 0.02 0.02 ! 0 0 0.3 0.1 0.2 0.7 08 0.9 1 ...
Impostor from books.google.com
Sumarokov's position as the most frequently named ( one hesitates to say the most celebrated ) Russian playwright was confirmed in that same year of 1806 by the publication of the English translation of his tragedy Dimitrii the impostor .
Impostor from books.google.com
2 , 8 - 9 ) , Achaia and Asia were upset by rumours that Nero was still alive , when an impostor who looked very much like Nero , either a slave from Pontus or a freedman from Italy , managed to persuade some army deserters to join him .
Impostor from books.google.com
But although Tacitus does not call the Cythnian impostor falsus Nero and does not use an equivalent formula for the ... is to insist that Yevdovépwv was in principle applicable to all the impostors , that , since Lucian was anyway only making a ...
Impostor from books.google.com
They imagine make of the signification of the words does not they are promoting a worthy man , while they deceive our judgment ; though they relate the are conferring promotion on a vile impostor . absurdest matters with the most earnest  ...