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- noun metrology Symbol for the
femtokelvin, an SI unitof thermodynamic temperatureequal to 10−15 kelvins.
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T. fK That you Ihan't want: but be pleafed to fit, my dear mother.
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If in k Country Church (Feld Ofric) where tbeie IS fK Church-Yard, 30 x.
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i/Vith fome Hints of each PrinceVPretenfions, Sub - joined to his Family, As givingRife to the prefent Warrs, that do now diuurb the Peace of C/fK/-
The inefficiency of home - bred stationary troops has been too often proved to require illustration, and history furnishes suf - ficient lessons of one state constantly over-fK) W - cring another, not unhappily by superior freedom.
A History of the campaigns of the British forces in Spain and Portugal : undertaken to relieve those countries from the French usurpation : comprehending memoirs of the operations of this interesting war : characteristic reports of the Spanish and Portuguese troops, and illustrative anecdotes of distinguished military conduct in individuals, whatever their rank in the Army 1812
He ob - ferved, it was ftrange that learning fhould ever lean to the fide of tyranny; and hinted, that they couM never fall into fo grofs an error, if, inftead of fK) r - ing perpetually over the works of the antients, they now and then took a curfory dip into the biftory of England.
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