Arts, The

Arts, The. There are three classes of these, the Liberal, the Fine, and the Mechanical: the Liberal, implying scholarship, graduation in which is granted by universities, entitling the holder to append M.A. to his name; the Mechanical, implying skill; and the Fine, implying the possession of a soul, discriminated from the mechanical by the word spiritual, as holding of the entire, undivided man, heart as well as brain.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Ar`ria
Ar`rian, Flavius
Arrow-headed characters
Arru Islands
Ar`saces I.
Arsacidæ
Arsin`oë
Arta, Gulf of
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Artaxer`xes
Arte`di
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Ar`temis
Artemi`sia
Artemi`sium
Artemus Ward
Artesian wells
Ar`tevelde, Jacob van
Artevelde, Philip van

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