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Sorbonne

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The institution of theology, science, and literature in Paris founded by Robert de Sorbon, Canon of Cambrai, in 1252. In 1808 the buildings were given to the University, and since 1821 have been the Académie universitaire de Paris.

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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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Sonna or Sunna
Sonnambula (La)
Sonnet
Sop
Soph
Sophi or Safi [mystic]
Sophis
Sophia (St.)
Sophist, Sophistry, Sophism, Sophisticator, etc
Sorbonica
Sorbonne
Sorceress
Sordello
Sorites (Greek)
Sorrows of Werther
Sortēs Biblicæ
Sortes Virgilianæ
Sorts
Sosia
Sotadios or Sotadic Verse
Sothic Year

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Sorbonne