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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 the information supplied to Foxe by Hawkridge, Button, while wintering in Port Nelson, kept his men mentally occupied by asking them, inter alia,
The influence of Foxe's Book of Martyrs and its illustrations extended well beyond England.
Chapter 1, "The compilation of the book," opens with two claims: first, that Foxe is best viewed not as an author but as an author-compiler, tailoring existing manuscript and printed sources to the typographical and polemical aims of his larger narrative; and second, that the four editions printed in his lifetime consist "not of a single ever-expanding book, but of four distinctive constructions" (23), each exquisitely responsive to its own historical moment.
Foxe also manipulated his material as a way of expressing his critical views about the practice of reformed religion in England.
In the second chapter, King tells the long and complex publication history of the Acts and Monuments, from Foxe's initial Latin prototypes published on the continent to four massive versions published in England during Foxe's lifetime (these four main editions of the Acts and Monuments can now be viewed in an online variorum edition: www.hrionline.ac.uk/johnfoxe) to a further five editions and several abridgements published during the next century.
The central positioning of the faculty of memory in pedagogic theories of the sixteenth century (and indeed later) is widely apparent in the documents of the period, and the cultural undertaking of commemoration preoccupied John Foxe in particular in diverse ways throughout his publishing career.
Professor Foxe discovered that an amino acid in tea called theanine actually enters the brain when you drink a cuppa.
Alan Lee nodded the ball down into his path and the ex-West Ham player cleverly skipped past Hayden Foxe before crashing an unstoppable dipping drive beyond Graham Stack from the edge of the area.
Burnley manager Steve Cotterill expressed sympathy for referees after seeing his side benefit from Hayden Foxe's sending-off in Tuesday night's 2-1 victory over Leeds.
LEEDS have signed Australian defender Hay-den Foxe on a five-month contract.
A raft of substitutions didn't help the flow of the game and Jermaine Beckford scored two goals in five minutes for the visitors before trialist Hayden Foxe rounded off the night by heading in a free kick from the impressive former Quaker Robbie Blake.