Some articles on complete works, works, complete:
... Cornarius's complete works were listed on the Index Librorum Prohibitorum, an index of books prohibited by the Roman Catholic Church promulgated the year after his death ... as anti-Catholic was held to contaminate other works that might be in and of themselves unobjectionable ... Works are listed below in chronological order of publication, except that editions and translations from the same author are grouped ...
... the Sony PlayStation as the second of six Rockman Complete Works discs, though only in Japan and under the original title Rockman 2 ... The game's emulation is identical to the rerelease contained in Rockman Complete Works ... In March 2009, Capcom released the game for iOS, while in September of the same year the Complete Works version of Mega Man 2 was released on the Japanese PlayStation Store ...
... La Niña de los peines, Patrimonio de Andalucía, Fonotrón, 2004, — The complete collection of her songs, recorded between 1910 and 1950, in 13 CDs, including CD ...
... (1984) The above volume numbers refer to the first edition of The Complete Works of Swami Narayanananda (1979–1984) ... The first 12 volumes are the "major works" whereas volume 13-36 are the "minor works" (small books) ... A second edition of the Complete Works was published in 2001-2002 in 18 volumes ...
... The first attempt to print a complete set of Bede's works was made in 1563 by Johannes Hervagius, a printer of Basle ... edition, in eight folio volumes, was however incomplete in some respects and included works that were later determined to be spuriously assigned to Bede ... The following volumes of this series contain works by Bede Vol ...
Famous quotes containing the words works and/or complete:
“The works of women are symbolical.
We sew, sew, prick our fingers, dull our sight,
Producing what? A pair of slippers, sir,
To put on when youre weary or a stool
To stumble over and vex you ... curse that stool!
Or else at best, a cushion, where you lean
And sleep, and dream of something we are not,
But would be for your sake. Alas, alas!
This hurts most, this ... that, after all, we are paid
The worth of our work, perhaps.”
—Elizabeth Barrett Browning (18061861)
“Man finds nothing so intolerable as to be in a state of complete rest, without passions, without occupation, without diversion, without effort. Then he feels his nullity, loneliness, inadequacy, dependence, helplessness, emptiness.”
—Blaise Pascal (16231662)