DOMAIN


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DOMAINDistributed Operating Multi Access Interactive Network
DOMAINDistributed Operating Multi-Access Interactive Network
DOMAINDefence Online Management and Instructional Network (Australia)
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Thus it was he learned the law, and ere he left the domain of the chickens, he had learned to ignore their existence.
The domain of Bracieux, chateaux, forests, plowed lands, forming three farms.
For they had no doubt at all that they would be able to destroy Ozma's domain. Were they not the strongest people in all the world?
Then the black girl told him that she too was in the power of the Fairy, who had doomed her to wander about in her present guise until some youth should take pity on her and bear her in safety to the other side of the river which they saw in the distance, and on the other side of which the Fairy's domain and power ended.
On passing the limits of O-push-y-e-cut's domains, the travellers left the elevated table-lands, and all the wild and romantic scenery which has just been described.
"Do you understand now, O Prince," she said, "why a million warriors guard the domains of the Holy Therns by day and by night?"
"Putting this, however, aside, for it is a puzzling question for which it is difficult to find a solution, let us return to the superiority of arms over letters, a matter still undecided, so many are the arguments put forward on each side; for besides those I have mentioned, letters say that without them arms cannot maintain themselves, for war, too, has its laws and is governed by them, and laws belong to the domain of letters and men of letters.
His life, in which so much that was good was mixed, with so much that was bad, lighted up the whole domain of egotism with its glare, and made one feel how near the best and the worst were to each other, and how they sometimes touched without absolute division in texture and color.
Here are no heights of truth overlooking the confused landscape of that dubitable domain. We still dwell in the Valley of the Shadow, lurk in its desolate places, peering from brambles and thickets at its mad, malign inhabitants.
We had at last arrived on the borders of this forest, doubtless one of the finest of Captain Nemo's immense domains. He looked upon it as his own, and considered he had the same right over it that the first men had in the first days of the world.
Here ended Captain Nemo's domains. And he would not go beyond them.
Small spirits and spacious souls had those shepherds: but, my brethren, what small domains have even the most spacious souls hitherto been!