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Padʹua

was long supposed by the Scotch to be the chief school of necromancy; hence Sir Walter Scott says of the Earl of Gowrie—

“He learned the art that none may name

In Padna, far beyond the sea.”


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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Pacific Ocean (The)
Packing a Jury
Pacolet
Pactolus
Padding
Paddington Fair
Paddle Your Own Canoe
Paddock
Paddi-whack
Paddy
Padua
Paduasoy or Padësoy
Pæan
Pæan
Pagan
Pagan Works of Art
Page
Page (Mr. and Mrs.)
Pagoda
Paint
Paint the Lion (To)

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Padua