emmet

[ US /ˈɛmɪt/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛmɪt/ ]
NOUN
  1. social insect living in organized colonies; characteristically the males and fertile queen have wings during breeding season; wingless sterile females are the workers
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  • As the Magpies turned up the heat, Wilkinson netted again but his effort was disallowed because Emmett's pinpoint cross was deemed to have swerved out of play.
  • Object To study the shape feature of the children ? ? s corneal surface emmetropia with and corneal topography.
  • Tenors Hugo Vera (Philemon) and Scott Scully (Aret, his son) pushed their voices more than necessary in the small Emmett Robinson Theatre; Monica Yunus was a poignant Baucis and Shannon Kessler Dooley (Narcissa, the daughter-in-law), though indisposed, offered a good sense of the most florid of the vocal parts. Passion and Precision
  • To me, this means that questions about Marcus Bachmann's alleged belief in the "curability" of homosexuality, which is a rather fringe sentiment, is more politically relevant than Emmett Ford's conviction on corruption charges. MN-06: Does GOPer Bachmann's Husband "Ungay" Homosexuals?
  • It was during the war that Emmett gained national prominence for his most famous song, which today is known as the anthem of Southern racism, but for Emmett was actually a wish to be a slave: A Renegade History of the United States
  • Of these, the farthest to the East is the “Baltimore Pike, ” which passes by the East entrance to the Cemetery; the farthest to the West is the “Emmetsburg road, ” which is wholly outside of our line of battle, but near the Cemetery, is within a hundred yards of it; the “Taneytown road” is between these, running nearly due North and South, by the Eastern base of “Round Top, ” by the Western side of the Cemetery, and uniting with the Emmetsburg road between the Cemetery and the town. Haskell's Account of the Battle of Gettysburg. Paras. 26-50
  • A new laundrette will soon be opened in Emmett Street where the Credit Union first did business.
  • To learn what happened to Emmett, to see the pictures of his body, to think about the horror of his final hours ... the brain shuts down, the heart cannot bear it. A Wreath For Emmett Till
  • At birth, most infants are hyperopic, but when the eyes grow they usually become less hyperopic and by age 5-8 years emmetropic.
  • ConclusionSclera of high myopia is more flexibly and its load bearing capacity is lower than emmetropia.
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