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may antoms at brighton reach, through antoms of

 
reckless on what he s[p]ent his strength, and
sometimes condescended to fight with p antoms, or buffet the       1
antoms which owed their existence to their disordered imaginations       2
 
antoms. Vous m’avez satisfait au delà de ce que jespérais
(You have satisfied me beyond what I hoped for)       3
 
antoms, while the silence of       4
antoms, that will all vanish       5
 
Antoms. Mor       6
A. N. Toms       7
 
an toms fatuus gleam       8
antoms of a diseased conscience       9
 
Protemnodon ,, anak... ,, antoms ,, mimas       10
 
                                May, an
toms at Brighton       11
                                reach through an
toms of       12
 
provide for an tom-s protection      13
an toms of the tea trade       14
 
abbab
a phantom made of many phantoms moved       15
 
or death. an Toms       16
antoms in Vaudeville       17
 
an toms. As is well known... slaves       18
such an toms of the artistic temperament... in general... worthless       19
 
He dwindled thin as p antoms be       20
antoms appeared       21
 
an toms of e       22

 

sources
all OCR misreads, with probable exception of No. 7,
and ordered by date of publication, and
no, didn't mean antonyms

  1. on Christopher Marlowe, in "The Early English Drama," Retrospective Review (1821) : 146
  2. “The Deity and its Attributes Considered,” The Lion (March 21, 1828) : 382
  3. Oeuvres de Leibniz, t. 2 : Essais sur la Bonté de Dieu, la Liberté de l’Homme, et l’origine du Mal. Partie III. (1842) : 303
  4. ex notice of the Memoirs of Count Miot de Melito in The Living Age (7 August 1858) : 434
  5. Richard Challoner ("His nickname was 'Book'," 1691-1781 *), his Consideration upon Christian Truths and Christian Duties Digested into Meditations for every day in the year (Dublin, 1859) : 32
  6. OCR misread for Antonis Mor van Dashorst (“in het buitenland als Antonio Moro bekend”), in Dietsche Warande. Nederlandsch Tijdschrift voor Aesthetische Eschaving (1881) : 415
  7. snippet only, from Great Britain, Ministry of Defense, The Army List (1887)
  8. OCR misread for “An ignis fatuus gleam of love” in Ouida (Marie Louise de la Ramée, 1839-1908 *), epigram to chapter 5 of her Idalia (1867) in Ouida, Illustrated vol. V (1889) : 266
  9. William Maccrillis Griswold, "A Reverie on the Riviera," being article no. 1 in his Travel : A Series of Narratives of Personal Visits to Places Therein (1890)
  10. OCR misread for antaeus, ex index to Robert L. Jack and Robert Etheridge, Junior, The Geology and Palaeontology of Queensland and New Guinea... (1892) : 767
  11. OCR line-break misread of genealogical chart, in Familiae minorum gentium vol 40 (1896) : 1175
    May, whose
    father Mark Lane was a trunk maker, and whose
    mother Wetheral (?) was a portrait painter
  12. tabular line-break misread, ex Henry Morris. On the origin and progress of renal surgery with special reference to stone in the kidney and ureter... (1898) : 161
  13. OCR misread (from blurry scan) of inordinate, from Parliamentary Debates, Australia, discussion of Tariff Bill (7 May 1902) : 2538
  14. US Department of Agriculture Bulletin 69, "Foods and Food Control," revised to (July 1, 1905) : 8
  15. or "A ///antom made of w/any ///antoms woved"
    ex Paul Steffen. Die alliteration bei Tennyson (dissertation, Keil : 1905) : 72
  16. from "Medical Examiners’ Returns, 1906," Table II. concluded,
    in Annual Report on the Vital Statistics of Massachusetts (1907)
  17. one of four (identical) OCR misreads in The New York Dramatic Mirror (December 18, 1909)
  18. OCR misread across two columns, in advertisement for Twin City Tank, Silo & Specialty Company, Minneapolis, Minn. in Farm Implements (September 30, 1909) : 8
  19. OCR misread across columns, The Fra / A Journal of Affirmation (March 1911) : 50
  20. ex Thomas Hardy, “The Two Men,” in Works v. 19 (1912) : 103
  21. J. E. Compton, “The Preacher’s Use of the Apocrypha” in Homiletic Review (February 1913) : 138-140 (139)
  22. "Oakland Bank Statement," in (Nebraska) Twenty-Fourth Annual Report of the Secretary of the State Banking Board for the year 1915 (here)

28 November 2018
tags: alliteration; an; atoms; e; ignis fatuus; matter; antimatter; OCR misreads; un