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In scripophily, a situation in which brown spots appear on a stock or bond certificate due to too much bleach being used during the manufacturing process.
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According to Foxe, Button sailed in May 1612 (4) with 18 months' provisions, in two ships: Resolution, under his own command, and Hudson's own ship Discovery, under Captain Ingram (Christy 1894, xxix & 164 fn2).
Foxe describes and demonstrates his research techniques
Most importantly, Foxe and his illustrators advanced a distinctly "Protestant" iconography that included future martyrs giving sermons or carrying their Bibles--as in the case of Thomas Bilney, depicted in one illustration as he is dragged from the pulpit, and another sitting in his prison cell, Bible before him, burning his finger as a way to test his resolve and to symbolize scriptural truth (fig.
Taking up the question of whether Foxe intended to promote England's exceptionalism as an elect nation, the chapter considers the divergent aims of the 1576 edition, which joined debate from within the Protestant community, and of Timothy Bright's 1589 Abridgement, which promoted Protestant unity in the face of recent Catholic propaganda and military campaigns.
In the compiling of his work, Foxe was indebted to a host of earlier scholars who had worked on the history of the Christian Church, most notably to the fourth-century bishop Eusebius of Caesarea for the accounts of the sufferings of the Early Church martyrs in his Ecclesiastical History.
Professor Foxe explained: "We attached 168 electrodes to the heads of our volunteers and recorded their brains while they were doing different attention tasks.
Leeds: Bennett, Richardson, Foxe, Gregan, Harding, Senda (Madden 72), Bayly, Einarsson (Hird 18), Morris (Gardiner 65), Beckford, Blake.
They gave Foxe air from an air pack and brought the woman and her baby to the nearby Jacobi Medical Center.
Pompey ran riot in the second half, with Foxe stretching their lead to 3-1 with a shot from Sheringham's flick-on in the 63 rd minute, before O'Neil tapped in Berger's pass eight minutes later.
Foxe - Vern Charles Folkert Foxe, 84, of Marcola, died Feb.
Redknapp is short of cover at the back with Hayden Foxe, Eddie Howe and Jason Crowe all out with long term injuries and Italian defender Gianluca Festa struggling to overcome a toe problem.
But Hayden Foxe struck back for Portsmouth before Jason Crowe, who spent two months on loan at Selhurst Park three years ago, struck a quick-fire double in the second half.