from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Isle ofMan An island of Great Britain in the Irish Sea off the northwest coast of England. Occupied in the 9th century by Vikings, it passed from Norway to Scotland in 1266 and to the earls of Salisbury and of Derby in the 14th century. Parliament purchased the island in 1765, and it remains an autonomous possession of the British crown.
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- proper n. The genus Homo.
- proper n. Humankind in general.
- proper n. The Isle of Man
- proper n. Abbreviation of Manitoba.
_Not a Man and Yet a Man_, appeared in 1877, and whose long and ambitious poem, _Twasinta's Seminoles_, or _The Rape of Florida_ (the latter title being the one most used), was issued in 1884.
In 1890 Whitman brought out an edition of _Not a Man and Yet a Man_ and _The Rape of Florida_, adding to these a collection of miscellaneous poems, _Drifted Leaves_, and in 1901 he published _An
In 1832 Lydia Maria Child published her _History of Woman_, a résumé of the status of women; and this was followed by numerous works and articles, such as Margaret Fuller's, _The Great Lawsuit, or Man vs. Woman: Woman vs. Man_, and Eliza Farnham's _Woman and her Era_.
The Spirit in the Soul of Man, is the SOUL OF THE SOUL, which is never born; never changeth; never dieth -- this is The Real Self of _Man, in which, indeed, he is "One with the Father."
To remove all possible misunderstanding on this point, Andreyev wrote a variant of the last scene, "The Death of Man," in which, instead of dying in a saloon surrounded by drunkards, _Man_ dies in his own house surrounded by his heirs.
I accept Him as the true manifestation of the possible Divine in Man -- for no man before or after Him has had such influence upon the human race.
[Greek: _Manion d 'Akyllios, epelthon hypatos meta deka presbeuton, dietaxe taen eparchian eis to nyn eti symmenon taes politeias schaema_.]  An inscription with the words [Greek: _Man (i) os Aky (l) ios Man (i) ou hypato (s) Rhomaion_] has been found near Tralles.
Amongst the many strange derivations given of the name of Mona or Man (the island), I find one in an old unpublished MS. by an unknown author, of the date about 1658, noticed by Feltham (_Tour through the Isle of Man_, p. 8.), on which I venture to ground a Query.
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