Tendere Manus

It’s always nice to find someone has done the literary work to support one’s visual observations!


The key pages on this phrase are only p. 213-216 of the article which is available via ProQuest Ebrary if your institution subscribes (mine does). The connection is with my earlier contextualization of RRC 391/2 in these posts (earlier, more recent).



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