Sentence Examples


  • Waite (1887); and The Arcane Schools, by John Yarker (1909), may be consulted with advantage, though not authorized publications of the Society.
  • By liberating the books from the offices and putting them in the public domain the Museum is opening up, becoming less arcane.
  • Given Oxford's status as an international research institution, tutors can often be found in quite arcane subject areas.
  • It is the equivalent, in this rather arcane context, of the delivery up of infringing goods.
  • The issue might have seemed arcane - would they be allowed to borrow off balance sheet?

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