Sine Nomine & Co.

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"Sine nomine" (abbreviated s.n.) is a Latin expression, meaning "without a name". It is most commonly used in the contexts of publishing and bibliographical listings such as library catalogs, to signify that the publisher (or distributor, etc.) of a listed work is unknown, or not printed or specified on the work. Compare with sine loco (s.l.), "without a place", used where the place of publication of a work is unknown or unspecified. While it may sometimes be used to disclose unknown authorship, this is more commonly indicated as anon. or similar.

"Y. That perfect letter. The wishbone, fork in the road, empty wineglass. The question we ask over and over."
Marjorie Celona (via thedapperproject)

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georgiangentility:

Telfair Mansion, built from 1818-1819 by William JaySavannah, GA

georgiangentility:

Telfair Mansion, built from 1818-1819 by William Jay
Savannah, GA

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gobe:

Heart.Just.Broke.
Earth Day indeed.

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"privileged kids go to counseling, poor kids go to jail."
judge mathis, speaking the truth (via spring1999)

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