The Enneads

the title given to the works of the philosopher Plotinus, published by his pupil Porphyry; - so called because each of the six books into which it is divided contains nine chapters.

See also: Ennead

The Deity
The Dellacruscan School
The Democratic party
the Depression
The Destinies
the devil
The Devil's tattoo
The devout
The die is cast
The Dipper
The disciples
the doldrums
The Encyclopedists
The enemy
the English
The English Hippocrates
-- The Enneads --
The Eternal City
The evening star
The extraction of roots
The fair
The fair sex
The Faithful
The fancy
the Fates
The Father of Radio
The Federal Congress
The five wits
The flexure of a curve
The Flood
The flowery kingdom
The Force
The forks of a river
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