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1) app. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
...Informal A computer application. Short for application....

2) Chapter 11. The Conquest of Power. Reed, John. 1922. Ten Days That Shook the World
...DECLARATION OF THE RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLES OF RUSSIA (See App. XI, Sect. 2) The first Congress of Soviets, in June of this year, proclaimed the right of the peoples...

3) Chapter 2. The Coming Storm. Reed, John. 1922. Ten Days That Shook the World
...Some of the Socialist Ministers were implicated; even Kerensky was under suspicion. (See App. II, Sect. 1) Savinkov, summoned to explain to the Central Committee...

4) Chapter 8. Counter-Revolution. Reed, John. 1922. Ten Days That Shook the World
...NEXT morning, Sunday the 11th, the Cossacks entered Tsarskoye Selo, Kerensky (See App. VIII, Sect. 1) himself riding a white horse and all the church-bells clamouring....

5) Chapter 1. Background. Reed, John. 1922. Ten Days That Shook the World
...down. This sentiment was shared by the dominant moderate Socialist groups, the oborontsi (See App. I, Sect. 1) Mensheviki and Socialist Revolutionaries, who supported...

6) Chapter 3. On the Eve. Reed, John. 1922. Ten Days That Shook the World
...and the rest declared a general strike. Minister of Commerce and Industry Konovalov appointed his assistant, Orlov, with plenary powers, to settle the trouble. Orlov...

7) Chapter 9. Victory. Reed, John. 1922. Ten Days That Shook the World
...detachment to our right. I ordered the Pulkovo forces to occupy Tsarskoye Selo, to fortify its approaches, especially on the side of Gatchina. Also to pass and occupy...

8) Chapter 5. Plunging Ahead. Reed, John. 1922. Ten Days That Shook the World
...3 With brakes released the Military Revolutionary Committee whirled, throwing off orders, appeals, decrees, like sparks. (See App. V, Sect. 1 ) Kornilov was ordered...

9) Chapter 10. Moscow. Reed, John. 1922. Ten Days That Shook the World
...swing down the Zagorodny Prospekt behind a military band playing the Marseillaise —and how appropriate it sounded—with blood-red flags over the dark ranks of workmen,...

10) XIV. The Puritan Attack upon the Stage: Bibliography. Vol. 6. The Drama to 1642, Part Two. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes. 1907–21
...Field (10 copies printed), 1865; and in his Illustrations of the Life of Shakespeare vol. I. app. xxiii, 1874. Gager, William. His letters to Rainolds on the subjects...

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