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Literary usage of Doorn
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Christianity Practically Applied: The Discussions of the International by Elisha Benjamin Andrews, Heman Lincoln Wayland, James McCosh (1894)
"... NEPVEU OF doorn. 1. SINCE the last published report a very important change has taken place in the religious condition of the churches in our country. ..."
2. Lake Ngami: Or, Explorations and Discoveries During Four Years' Wanderings by Charles John Andersson (1857)
"—Meet a troop of Zebras.—Their flesh not equal to Venison.—The Missionary's Wall.—A sad Catastrophe.—The " Kameel-doorn."— Buxton Fountain.—The Scorpion. ..."
3. The Journal of the C.I.V. in South Africa by W. H. Mackinnon (1901)
"CHAPTER IV FIGHT AT doorn KOP [THE army under Lord Roberts has been marching up north in several parallel columns. We, still in the 2ist Brigade under Bruce ..."
4. Our Home: A Monthly Magazine of Original Articles (1873)
"This 2ud Jacob Van doorn, had seven sons and three daughters : Jacob, boru January 15th, 1731, died October 19th, 1761, unmarried ; John, born June 6th, ..."