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Foxing

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 the information supplied to Foxe by Hawkridge, Button, while wintering in Port Nelson, kept his men mentally occupied by asking them, inter alia,
Instead, the martyrs illustrated in Foxe's volume often offer speeches of forgiveness in the accompanying banderoles, as their faces express the inward joy and peace that Foxe emphasized so strongly throughout his narrative.
King, FoxeS 'Book of Martyrs' and Early Modern Print Culture, Cambridge University Press, 2006, pp.
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.
He ran on to Lee's nod down, skipped past Foxe and planted a dipping drive beyond Graham Stack from the edge of the area for his first goal of the season.
Leeds: Bennett, Richardson, Foxe, Gregan, Harding, Senda (Madden 72), Bayly, Einarsson (Hird 18), Morris (Gardiner 65), Beckford, Blake.
Seeing Vazquez below, positioned like a football receiver, Foxe screamed, "Save my son, save my son," and dropped her baby to him.
Foxe therefore wanted to celebrate martyrdom, above all since the unbinding of Satan.
Escobedo's own narrative is diachronic--tracking the historiographical approaches from Foxe to Milton in relation to historical events like the defeat of the Armada and James's proposed union of Scotland and England--but recursive, so that, although the focus of each chapter represents a later development than the one preceding it, the earlier works and authors remain in play as different themes are elaborated.
Pompey's goals came from Dejan Stefanovic, Gary O'Neil (2),Hayden Foxe,Patrik Berger and Ayegbeni Yakubu.
With Dejan Stefanovic, Hayden Foxe, Patrik Berger and Yakubu Ayegbini also on target it was an unforgettable afternoon on the south coast.