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engagé noun & adjective

Engage the Enemy Cavell Comedies of Remarriage and the Politics of Friendship

Protecting trustees who engage in litigation

Theology Engages With Avicennan Philosophy al-Ghazālī’s Tahāfut al-Falāsifa and Ibn al-Malāḥimī’s Tuḥfat al-Mutakallimīn fī l-Radd ʿalā l-Falāsifa

Engage Abroad, Protect at Home

“We [Engage Them] in Devout Conversations”

engag·e / ~ing / ~ed v

“Idolaters Who do not Engage in Idolatry” Rabbinic Discourse about Muslims, Christians, and Wine

 

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In New France, two types of workers were known as engagés: male indentured servants recruited in France for service in the colonies, and canoe- and boat-men in the fur trade. ...

Subjects: History of the Americas.


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