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... Kleinandelfingen is first mentioned around 1270 as ex opposito Andolfingen ultra Thuram ... Between 1303-09 it was mentioned as Andolfingen ennunt der Ture, in 1427 as Minder Andellfingen, and in 1474 as von cleinen Andelffingen ... The village of Oerlingen was mentioned in 1241 as in villa Oerlingin ...
... names of the principal Nagas known widely for their achievements, and slain by Janamejaya is mentioned at (1,57) ... (Takshaka's son Aswasena is mentioned as belonging to the Airavata's race at (8,90) ... (Kauravya's race is mentioned as a branch of Airavata's race at (1,216) ...
... The speeches of Elihu (who is not mentioned in the prologue) contradict the fundamental opinions expressed by the 'friendly accusers' in the central body of the text ... He is not mentioned in Job 211, in which Job's friends are introduced, nor is he mentioned at all in the epilogue, 427-10, in which God expresses anger at Job's friends ...
... the first two in the list of five evils mentioned in the Sikh canon ... This last evil is mentioned separately and repeatedly in the Buddhist scriptures in Pali as well as in Sanskrit ... Similarly wrath (krodha) is mentioned separately as a powerful enemy of holy life ...
... It is mentioned in Mahabharata that when Pandavas were in exile and staying at place called Ekachakra (Etawah, Uttar Pradesh), they came to know that Drupada, King of Panchala, had announced ... The historian Thakur Deshraj has mentioned that the people of Kampilya were later known as Koil ... Shri Nagendranath Basu has mentioned in 'Bangla vishva kosha' that Jats seized Ramgarh in 1757 AD and named it Koil ...
Famous quotes containing the word mentioned:
“If the religious spirit be ever mentioned in any historical narration, we are sure to meet afterwards with a detail of the miseries which attend it. And no period of time can be happier or more prosperous, than those in which it is never regarded or heard of.”
—David Hume (17111776)
“She hears me strike the board and say
That she is under ban
Of all good men and women,
Being mentioned with a man
That has the worst of all bad names.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“But fornication and impurity of any kind, or greed, must not even be mentioned among you, as is proper among saints. Entirely out of place is obscene, silly, and vulgar talk; but instead, let there be thanksgiving.”
—Bible: New Testament, Ephesians 5:3-4.