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The Dutch songs make use of musical textures similar to those of the more polyphonic French chansons, but have a more retrospective character; a work as Een Venus schoon even echoes the style of the Josquin generation.
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And whanne the monkes entren in to that place, thei don of bothe hosen and schoon or botes alweys; be cause that oure Lord seyde to Moyses, Do of thin hosen and thi schon: for the place that thou stondest on is lond holy and blessed.
And whanne the monkes entren in to that place, thei don of bothe hosen and schoon or botes alweys; be cause that oure Lord seyde to Moyses, _Do of thin hosen and thi schon: for the place that thou stondest on is lond holy and blessed.
The CD notes say Larry Kaplan found this story in the log of the Arctic schoon er Bowdoin, the subject of another song by pediatrician/songwriter Larry Kaplan.
Het is een zeer schoon blad, dat vooral behoort gelezen te worden door
A strengere than I schal come aftir me, of whom I knelinge am not worthi for to vndo, _or vnbynde_, the thwong of his schoon.
An explanation may perhaps be found in the fact that a Boer takes off his boots or vel-schoon when there is noiseless stalking to be done.
According to C.E. Potter of Manchester, New Hampshire, the very word schooner is of New England origin, being from the Indian schoon or scoot, meaning to rush, as Schoodic, from scoot and anke, a place where water rushes.
Cape Cod 1865
The Judge says that schoot means to rush, and hence schoodic from this and auke (a place where water rushes), and that schoon means the same; and that the Marblehead people and others have derived the words scoon and scoot from the Indians, and hence schooner; refers to a Mr. Chute.
The Maine Woods 1858
Biology Center, voorspelt dat in 2050 schoon water en energie voor de gehele planeet beschikbaar is.
Extend Limits News 2010