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Philo Sofee wrote:
Sat Mar 26, 2022 12:24 am
No it doesn't strain my eyes, but then I make the font really big, usually on everything I read online.

Really? Well then.

What's the king's name in Facsimile No. 3?
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Shulem wrote:
Sat Mar 26, 2022 3:30 am
Philo Sofee wrote:
Sat Mar 26, 2022 12:24 am
No it doesn't strain my eyes, but then I make the font really big, usually on everything I read online.

Really? Well then.

What's the king's name in Facsimile No. 3?
That's the spirit!!!
I wonder if we can somehow fenagle a way to get the King's name of Felix... that's kind of a cool name isn't it? Felix... it has a ring no? However, since the figure IS female, perhaps Maude? Maude kind of has some cloud to someone, somewhere I am more than sure. Shall we call the king Maude? "Hey Maude, ya wanna come on over for some tea and astronomy lessons? You hate astronomy you say? Well it's the subject of the day so lump it honey. We could have that little runt of a fellow Shulem, the guy with the short nose? We could have him be our waiter and serve us."
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:lol:
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Noah Webster 1828 Dictionary wrote:
SIG'NATURE, noun [Latin signo, to sign.]

1. A sign, stamp or mark impressed. The brain being well furnished with various traces, signatures and images. The natural and indelible signature of God stamped on the human soul.

2. In old medical writers, and external mark or character on a plant, which was supposed to indicate its suitableness to cure particular diseases, or diseases of particular parts. This plants with yellow flowers were supposed to be adapted to the cure of the jaundice, etc. Some plants bear a very evident signature of their nature and use.

3. A mark for proof, or proof from marks.

4. Sign manual; the name of a person written or subscribed by himself.

5. Among printers, a letter or figure at the bottom of the first page of a sheet or half sheet, by which the sheets are distinguished and their order designated, as a direction to the binder. Every successive sheet has a different letter or figure, and if the sheets are more numerous than the letters of the alphabet, the a small letter is added to the capital one; thus Aa, Bb, In large volumes, the signatures are sometimes composed of letters and figures; thus 5A, 5B. But some printer now use figures only for signatures.

6. In physiognomy, an external mark or feature by which some persons pretend to discover the nature and qualities of a thing, particularly the temper and genius of persons.

SIG'NATURE, verb transitive To mark; to distinguish. [Not in use.]

Noah Webster 1828 Dictionary wrote:
AU'TOGRAPH,

AUTOGRAPH'IC,

AUTOGRAPH'ICAL, adjective Pertaining to an autograph or one's own hand writing.
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Re: The Quincy Account

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Ryan Larsen wrote:
Tue Mar 22, 2022 7:01 pm
We don’t have Quincy’s testimony. We have an account written decades later by an unknown person, based (to an unknown extent) on things Quincy wrote.

The same thing could be said about Jesus’s testimonies given in the New Testament by multiple persons.

We don’t have Jesus’s account! We have what other men said he said.

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