- The Ulster branch of the Trevors
Someone told me this morning that the Royal Ulster Constabulary used to be known as the Trevors. It’s unclear to me whether this is a reference to the low incidence of the name in Catholic families, to Tacitus’ pigheaded Treviri, or to something completely different–please tell me if you know. Here, anyway, to strike terror into the hearts of those who continue to wish me extreme misfortune since I made this translation, is a photo of a representative selection of Trevors at Cheltenham:
- Multilingual texts/chapter and verse/layout grids
From a lovely bit of work, Formatting the Word of God: The Charles Caldwell Ryrie Collection, produced by the Bridwell Library at SMU in Dallas:
- The cycling Cartesian
If you haven’t got a head, you’re going to need some legs.
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