How To Use Etch In A Sentence

  • They kept to the brush and trees, and invariably the man halted and peered out before crossing a dry glade or naked stretch of upland pasturage. War
  • More particularly, in the hoodedness of her eyes, she reminded me of Malvina Schalkova, the Prague-born artist posthumously famous for the sketches and watercolors she made in Theresienstadt, and whose self-portrait, mirroring an infinity of sorrow, I first became familiar with when I visited Theresienstadt with Zoë. Kalooki Nights
  • The scene will be etched on my memory forever.
  • A fisherman's son opened this beachside restaurant, which stretches down into the sand. Times, Sunday Times
  • As surveyor and topographer, he took on the task of making sketches of the stockades.
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  • Making a flip book involves using the corner of a sketch pad to illustrate individual still frames of cartoon movement.
  • And then I got there and they're like, no, you're writing sketches for other people, which I had never done and I was really kind of bummed because I had auditioned like two or three times. Zach Galifianakis: A Comedic Actor Takes A Dark Turn
  • She huffed, stood up, arched her back in a heavyweight stretch, turned to the fountain and started in on a long, long drink.
  • Many are illustrated with sketches and doodles.
  • And Buddhism and Hinduism were sketched out in the India issue: the less personalised and politicised nature of these religions makes it easier.
  • ‘Welcome to Scotland, laddie,’ growls Getch in his best through-the-beard burr.
  • It's not going to be easy," says Steve Fletcher, a managing director at GCA Savvian Advisors in San Francisco. Breaking Into the Finance Field
  • Years of early art, pencil sketches, architectural renderings, magazine covers, newspaper clippings and personal photographs are also on display in the new gallery.
  • Carol sprawls out on the bed as Simon tears off his cast triumphantly and sketches her, again and again.
  • Migration into the cities is putting a strain on already stretched resources.
  • Get up and stretch when on long journeys such as on a coach or plane.
  • The court sought to stretch modest finite resources so far as possible to meet the parties' needs. Times, Sunday Times
  • He finished stretching when he was a beanpole, roughly three meters, or eight or nine feet.
  • None of them were bleeding, so she fetched a washcloth and bathed them, one by one, just to be sure there wasn't any dirt in the wounds. GALILEE
  • The sea was its usual calm blue, a glassy liquid surface stretching till it fused with the horizon in a spectacle of colour.
  • Several chapters cover the basics of clean room technology, e.g., lithography, etching and layer deposition techniques.
  • Lord Fletcher, said the Bishop, was a man of unimpeachable integrity and character.
  • The Absolutely Fabulous star will lead the cast of a new weekly whodunnit sketch. The Sun
  • The DVD set includes unaired, unrated stand-up sketches. TV on DVD
  • Why don't you fetch your new boyfriend round one evening? We'd like to meet him.
  • The left side of the fairway is preferred, short of three bunkers that stretch across at 328 yards. USATODAY.com - Open history at St. George's plus a hole-by-hole glance
  • Except for the frequent conferences now in the new Forty-second Street offices that commanded a view of two rivers and a vast battledoor and shuttlecock of the city, it was the first time in all those years that stretched from the night at the Waldorf that they had sat thus tête-à-tête. Star-Dust
  • When you pull a needleful through a hole, the wool is correctly positioned on a stretched canvas.
  • When the tide goes out, vast stretches of sand are laid bare.
  • Gesenius considers this equivalent with "cohabit;" and from this single passage draws the sense which he assigns to [Hebrew: 'iyzebel] This seems rather far-fetched. Notes and Queries, Number 59, December 14, 1850
  • It is not that the fish is set to fetch a higher price.
  • These aetherial lines of force stretch out into space on every side of the sun, and in fact form concentric magnetic shells around the sun; which magnetic shells coincide with the equipotential surfaces of the Aether and Gravitation
  • And I am dreading having to look the people who have witnessed my wretched performance in the eye over dinner. Times, Sunday Times
  • Any dog not in harness was howling and yelping to be put in one, and even when harnessed they continued with their wretched wailing until they were off and running.
  • The Dominican Republic's mountainous interior and long stretches of unimproved roads make for perfect fat-tire odysseys.
  • A glance at any probate casebook will demonstrate how often solicitous distant relatives, keen to do fetching and carrying as well as to sort out troublesome financial affairs, show up in the declining years of lonely old people.
  • He'd what they call hypothecated every stitch, and we couldn't even tetch the money in the till -- no, sir! The Mission of Janice Day
  • Crosshatch denims, stretch fabrics, chambray denims, and leather thongs are some of the other pieces in the collection.
  • The figures of his angels are elongated, with wings stretched upward as if they were sculpted by the Gothic masters.
  • Hold that stretch, pulling and elongating the spine from the very base out of the hips, chin to chest.
  • Since draughtsmanship was the foundation of all his art, engravings, etchings, lithographs, linocuts, and drawings poured from him in astonishing quantity and quality.
  • The hotel's gardens stretch down to the lake shore.
  • The NDTV network broadcast footage from the scene, about 170km southeast of New Delhi, showing debris strewn across the tracks and police officers carrying bodies covered with sheets on stretchers.
  • After his long stretch as an untouchable hero and saint (courtesy of hagiographer R Bolt) it was about time that creep More was taken off his pedestal. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • The letters were carved in a cramped scrawl, moonlight etching the crevices and staining the shadows silver.
  • With a quick catch and lift, he passed Michael up and into unseen hands outstretched from the iron wall of the ship, and paddled ahead to an open cargo port. CHAPTER 2
  • Sketch pale write, when you leave me after the story.
  • It was a noble situation — noble as the ancient hau tree, the size of a house, where she sat as if in a house, so spaciously and comfortably house-like was its shade furnished; noble as the lawn that stretched away landward its plush of green at an appraisement of two hundred dollars a front foot to a bungalow equally dignified, noble, and costly. ON THE MAKALOA MAT
  • Anyone who has seen a revue of their sketches in Germany knows how deliriously funny their work can be.
  • After climbing to 15,000 feet over four days, she had to be taken off the mountain on a stretcher in a night-long rescue. Knuckleballs of Kilimanjaro: Dickey Plots Ascent
  • Stay away from open-weave linens and other stretchy fabrics.
  • My favorite load for turkeys is Beman ICS Hunter arrows fletched with Bonning Blazer vanes and tipped with Vortex Pro-Series 100 grain 2.25 broadheads. Which load do you use for turkey
  • But only one is a riot-grrrl guitar hero, turned NPR blogger, turned ascendant sketch comedian. ‘Portlandia’ star, guitarist Carrie Brownstein finds outlet for all her interests
  • Come ten o'clock in the evening we've generally begun to stretch and yawn, and by ten thirty the house is quiet except for gentle snoring.
  • The view of the unbroken forest canopy stretching away to the horizon defies description; it is a vision of a world untroubled by time, a revelation of the hugeness and wholeness of nature.
  • Also, I have this weird need to be the bendiest and stretchiest in class, and to have the teachers notice and comment on said bendy-stretchiness, preferably where other people can hear. Ampersand
  • Flash fried cuddle fish was tough and not great with a bland stretchy taste.
  • A family money plan may seem far-fetched but if you do the sums and it all adds up, talk it through. The Sun
  • This wonderful diverse stretch of woodland clings tenaciously to the almost precipitous sides of the gorge.
  • Nearby there is a stretch of white sand beach perfect for sunbathing.
  • Despite the fact that a Dinky toy car can fetch many times more than its real life counterpart, it is still possible to find bargains.
  • Traditionally the life of a soldier involves long stretches of boredom punctuated by brief and seemingly unending moments of stark terror.
  • I've had some luck getting laid with AdultFriendFinder (it sounds so much sketchier than it actually is, I promise), but if that's not what you're looking for, then stay away. Ask Professor Foxy: Does My Size and Not Flirting Keep Me Alone? - Feministing
  • I think this stretch of insomnia is beginning its third week. "...once we're out amongst the shadows."
  • Here he connects to that discussion the situation of the wretched offspring who are undutiful toward their parents.
  • He says the most sublime things without effort and he often finishes them by a turn of pleasantry which is neither misplaced nor far-fetched. A Philosophical Dictionary
  • The picture of these poor mites could not be more wretched. Times, Sunday Times
  • They typically etch chip designs onto a glass material called a photomask, which is then used to replicate the pattern onto silicon wafers. Computerworld News
  • I must have cut a wretched figure, filthy and sunburnt, to the brother who heard my explanations about who I was and why I was here.
  •  Franchise won't letcha close; it's twenty-four-seven. One Minute to Midnight
  • The next morning, I woke up in an alley off Rosedale, my shoes, wallet and cummerbund gone, and I had to call the old man collect to come fetch me. Aforementioned
  • They will drink their wretched heartless stuff, such as they call claret, or wine of Medoc, or Bordeaux, or what not, with no more meaning than sour rennet, stirred with the pulp from the cider press, and strained through the cap of our Betty. Lorna Doone
  • His reapplication for membership of the Party has stretched on for seven years.
  • The sea stretched away to the distant horizon.
  • I have been waiting for days, but my fingers don't stretch the right way, or I can't find the tab for the chord and when I do the notes have stopped ringing and it doesn't seem the same.
  • The Sun Valley Center simply calls the house The Center, Hailey, and makes little of the Pound connection; the arts organization's main building is in nearby Ketchum Pound House
  • Crawfish King and Hot Space attempted to challenge their unbeaten rival on the backstretch but were no match for Lost in the Fog, who was ridden out after gaining a commanding five-length lead entering the stretch.
  • His car is certain to fetch a good price at the auction.
  • I stretch Google Earth to its functional limits all the time in my hydrogeology research. Earth View Puts Google Earth Inside Google Maps On The Web | Lifehacker Australia
  • On to the stretcher with him, strapping on, doubled back along the landing, started down the stairway. RIOT
  • Elle, whoever you are (who are you?) you certainly are a kvetcher and a complainer. Scripting News for 8/24/2006 « Scripting News Annex
  • Sophie's more casual outfit consists of a black Powerline stretch sleeveless top, Kismet's own label sarong, and an orange, multi-strand bugle bead bracelet.
  • I but stretched them up in the sun," she sniffled, "and we be poor people and have nothing. THE MASTER OF MYSTERY
  • They called the prospects of U.S. success in Iraq "farfetched," writing: "We are skeptical of recent press coverage portraying the conflict as increasing manageable and feel it has neglected the mounting civil, political and social unrest we see every day. CNN Transcript Sep 14, 2007
  • Her brother's doing a ten-year stretch for armed robbery.
  • Stretched out below was a chain of freighters tied up alongside the commercial docks, cranes and gantries cluttering the foreshore. CORMORANT
  • The long-awaited opening will mark the triumphant end of a battle stretching back up to four years.
  • They have only to glance over their shoulder and they see a mighty lineage stretching back. Times, Sunday Times
  • She stretched the way that a cat does, edging her pale arms through the slimy, greasy mess we left behind.
  • Rains said Stein's argument was "farfetched" and he believed that "Mehserle made no statements or admissions on the form that are relevant to any issue in dispute in this trial. KPIX: Top Stories Videos
  • Close against them and overpeering their tops were hollyhocks and dahlias; against these stood at lesser height sweet peas, asters, zinnias, coreopsis and others of like stature; in front of these were poppies for summer, marigolds for autumn; beneath these again were verbenas, candytuft -- all this is sketched from memory, and I recall the winsome effect rather than species and names; and still below nestled portulaca and periwinkle. The Amateur Garden
  • A sheet of charcoal clouds stretches into white lace: confusion letting in light.
  • They then painted the outlines of their face and facial features with a dark color of acrylic paint, tracing their pencil sketch through the Plexiglas.
  • The proposed enclosure would stretch from wet sand to dry areas above the tidal zone, but allowed people to walk at the water's edge along the beach.
  • He stood up, stretching limbs that had become stiff from the cramped surroundings.
  • Otherwise, the sketch is exactly accurate, and is here presented as the unprejudiced description and estimate of a foreign gentleman, who had no inducement, such as might be attributed to a Southern writer, to overcolor his portrait. A Life of Gen Robert E Lee
  • Thereupon Shawahi came forward and kissing the ground before the Queen, took the hem of her garment and laid it on her head, saying, O Queen, by my claim for fosterage, be not hasty with him, more by token of thy knowledge that this poor wretch is a stranger, who hath adventured himself and suffered what none ever suffered before him, and Allah (to whom belong Might and The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • In "Sunset Park," Auster is more interested in the neighborhood's vast semi-industrial stretches peppered with nondescript houses, all the better to endow the proceedings with an enforced sense of dreariness. Paul Auster Paints a Dreary Picture In 'Sunset Park'
  • Don't speak to me that way, you wretched fiend.
  • This embossed, etched, and gilded steel close helmet is attributed to German armourer Kolman Helmschmid. Would This 16th Century Helmet Terrify a Jousting Opponent?
  • It gets worse: Spoon and Stretch suddenly find themselves wanted as possible suspects in a gruesome murder case.
  • Suitable shelters can be made from fine plastic mesh or netting stretched between stout wooden posts. Times, Sunday Times
  • The roadsides sparkled with coreopsis, crimson clover, vetch, spring beauties, and other gem-like blooms.
  • I squirted a thin line of ketchup all down his chest.
  • The term Silicon Valley was coined in the 1970s and refers to the 50-mile stretch between San Francisco and San Jose, where companies such as National Semiconductor BusinessWeek.com -- Top News
  • What began in 1968 as a Beltway junkie's labor of love has turned into an authoritative collection of whistle-stopping campaign slogans and vicious slings and arrows of partisan attacks that stretches all the way back to the Founding Fathers (who came up with terms like "electioneer" and the party "ticket"). How to Sound Presidential
  • Robin, the only thing dumber than a hummer is a stretch hummer. NYC Kaleidoscope « knitnut.net
  • I then often do about three sketches for each character before I am happy with a final one.
  • Woke this morning with the grim realization that I had not polished the column - in fact, I'd just roughed it out, sketched out the basic ideas.
  • When I picked up the case that had the deprogrammer in it, the case had Grene written on it (although Geenen is etched in the plastic of the actual deprogrammer, meaning my dentist got it right but one of the staff didn't), and when I got called to the pharmacy window to pick up a prescription, they called me as Grinnen. Table Tango
  • The image of their son holding up the championship trophy would be etched on their memories forever.
  • Many other sketches featured similar hard-men, many of them caricaturing the sort of psychopathic gangsters who would become prevalent in British films of the late 1990s.
  • the poor tarred-and-feathered wretch
  • Your nerdiness is my favorite of your many fetching qualities. (Inside A Black Apple)
  • There is no alcohol, but music and comedy sketches. Times, Sunday Times
  • Langorous horns, ticking guitars and muted keyboards have been added, sketching out long, graceful arcs of melody over the bubbling rhythms.
  • For being summoned to come and receiue his consecration at Canturburie (as alreadie yee haue heard) through counsell of the canons Yorke he refused so to doo: bicause they informed him that if he so did, it should be greatlie preiudiciall to the liberties of that sée, whose archbishop was of like authoritie in all things vnto the archbishop of Canturburie, so that he was bound onelie to fetch his consecration and benediction at Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (3 of 12) Henrie I.
  • The harpoon is the weapon usually employed, though sometimes they are caught in strong nets stretched across the mouths of rivers or the narrow arms of lakes. The Forest Exiles The Perils of a Peruvian Family in the Wilds of the Amazon
  • This dead-end dirt road follows a peaceful stretch of the Housatonic River and connects to the Appalachian Trail.
  • Such synecdoches are central to reformist representation, which relies on one ‘wretched woman’ to stand in for all.
  • He watched the poor wretch the commanding officer was lecturing, and looked on him with little pity.
  • Mr. Romney drew first when his campaign had Sheriff Paul Babeu of Pinal County, a semirural stretch of Arizona, record automated calls to Iowa voters last month calling Mr. Perry "part of the illegal-immigration problem. High Noon on Immigration; Toss-Up on the Prairie
  • For the total "look", add a pair of flowered stretch capris, a belly bag and a slightly tight tee shirt. kathleengam how to "pass" for a Mexican
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger, Donald Trump, Vice-President Dick Cheney, and dozens of others on the long-running sketch series, tells GossipCop. com that “retired from the show last year.” “SNL” Conan/Leno Parody, Featuring Larry King & David Letterman [VIDEO]
  • Sometimes, this problem will correct itself as the skin and muscle gradually stretch to become more supple and elastic. The A-Z of Beauty Treatment
  • When dawn broke, he rose stiffly, and stretched his aching limbs.
  • Sketch out what you intend to do.
  • He grinned; just another good-hearted carouser stretching a night of harmless merriment into the new day. Survived another workshop!
  • After an initial search, the stretch of beach where the bodies were found was left unguarded and open to rain, tides and curious visitors. Times, Sunday Times
  • However I'm not cured of the wretched cold and cough that have been my companions for over a week now.
  • His quest for glory has caused him to stretch his energies to the absolute limit.
  • The characters themselves are little more than superficial sketches that become increasingly indistinguishable as the movie proceeds.
  • The opening scene is an interview - about the wretchedness of conditions in the theatre, poking fun at the cumbersome bureaucracy which soils it.
  • I bow over the toilet to retch but reverse away fast as last night's urine smells like cat shit this morning.
  • Seems like these two crave a little normality - and a bit of ketchup. The Sun
  • Angeline had been the fulfillment of her dreams, and Gretchen her first disappointment.
  • Just think, if the people who are now kvetching about freedom of speech simply posted their names on the website, then none of the speculation would have happened.
  • And "The neoconservative hubris, which sort of assigns to America some kind of geo-strategic responsibility for maximizing democracy, overstretches the resources of a free country. Firedoglake » Can Republicans Put Country Before Party?
  • Perhaps ongoing sandstorms in the desert will provide time to reinforce overstretched supply lines (although they are also doing tremendous damage to the equipment of the coalition forces).
  • Luxembourg sketched out an acceptable compromise between Britain, France and Germany.
  • Never force your legs to overstretch, or you can cause injuries.
  • Society on a small discovery which he had made by the aid of a "wretched microscope" to the effect that the so-called ova of Flustra were really larvæ and had the power of independent action by means of cilia. Alfred Russel Wallace: Letters and Reminiscences, Vol. 1
  • A security number had been etched on the car window as a protection against theft.
  • A fitful breeze stirred the pale foliage over her head, now and then showering her with pink petals from the lingering blossoms; from beneath her rose the damp sweet fragrance of soft earth and green grass, nearby a meadow-lark sang plaintively; somewhere a robin called arrogantly to his mate in the nest; from the valley, stretching below the sloping orchard, a violet mist lifted. Red-Robin
  • I can picture Kim, her snug stretch jeans tucked into high-heeled cowboy boots, a long plaid work shirt open at the neck, reassuring Aunt Harriet, whom she knew worried about her, that she was going to start school again in the fall and that she was doing fine. History of a Suicide
  • Carling strained a thigh muscle in Dunedin and Bayfield ended that match on a stretcher with a neck seizure.
  • The horseshoes are first pulled off, which are worth about 4s., the hoofs fetch 8s., the tail 2s.; the tallow is not worth much, the hide is worth something; the shinbones are sold to be converted into cane-heads, knife-handles, &c. A New York Paper States
  • He was then taken into the defendants' cage on a stretcher, wearing sunglasses and covered by a green blanket. The Sun
  • You are quite likely to see seals and perhaps otters on this stretch. Times, Sunday Times
  • The south-east Asian nation moved this week to secure regional approval for the first major hydropower plant on its stretch of the river in the face of protests from international conservation groups.
  • At first glance, Ryan's drawings look like half-finished sketches, with faint pencil marks still visible in the finished picture.
  • Who knows, but what they propose is not as far-fetched as it sounds.
  • I decided to attempt to sketch what I had recently seen on a Sunday afternoon getaway in the mountains.
  • A proper warm-up and stretching of all major muscle groups is necessary, with emphasis towards the entire hip girdle and shoulder girdle , including the pecs.
  • City's attackers were also at full stretch when calm heads were called for. Times, Sunday Times
  • That image from VK's dhaba is permanently etched in my memory: P Keeping the Embers Burning
  • He was stretchered off with knee - ligament damage and looks destined to be sidelined for months.
  • Press the seam allowances open and topstitch with a long straight stitch on both sides of the seam, being careful not to stretch the fabric while stitching.
  • That be a wretched piece of luck. A Time of War
  • But what should you buy when your limited experience and funds won't stretch to a shiny superbike? The Sun
  • The booth I was sitting in was pleather and red, and reeked of ketchup and mustard.
  • It was also claimed that the rise reflected an increase in the number of digital cameras used to monitor variable speed limits on stretches of'smart' motorways. Times, Sunday Times
  • Each stretch should be held for at least 10 seconds with 10 repetitions on each arm for arm swings.
  • That concludes the rough sketch of the terrain; now begins the journey. PLACEBO: The Belief Effect
  • `I've spent most of the last years being a wretch to everyone, including myself. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
  • The Tories ruled for more than two - thirds of the time. Periods of progressive government were intervals in long stretches of Conservative rule.
  • By carrying out the project we hope to attract fish, such as chub, dace, grayling and trout as well as other wildlife back to this particular stretch of river.
  • But with only a nonworking model available in late June, getting thousands of units on store shelves by the fall seems a stretch.
  • Beach boys and babes stretch and preen and wait to catch the next, best wave.
  • A bladder which is frequently emptied does not expand to its full capacity and needs gentle stretching to bring this about.
  • The four stages of the CPU processing cycle are fetch, decode, execute, and store.
  • After the passing of his brother, Frank, Uncle Fletcher continued to work non-stop within the community, striving for better conditions and quality for his people.
  • Now is the time to get out of your comfort zone at work and stretch yourself.
  • The lightweight seats, made of fabric stretched between tubular steel frames, were removable in case you wanted to transport something large…
  • This points to the importance of this stretch of amino acids for the function of both proteins.
  • In places the sound of the river rises up the gravel slope, and thirsty dogs rush down for a drink and cannot reascend; should the owner go down to fetch the dog, he or she will be trapped as well.
  • Its tentacles stretch far into the upper echelons of government. Times, Sunday Times
  • Once again it has been left to a recession to catch out those who overstretched themselves in the boom years.
  • Adoption of this view requires a small modification to the sketch of the patterns of linguistic construction given in Chapter 1.
  • The centerpiece of Cumbler's story is the meandering Connecticut River, stretching from the border with Canada to the Atlantic Ocean.
  • While some actors would resent never being able to shake off their past, John says he is proud to have been responsible for a character who is indelibly etched on the nation's psyche.
  • The whole combination of curves which go to make up this sketch is a curious arrangement of words inscribed with the utmost care, in the smallest of characters. The Filigree Ball
  • At the same time three muskets were discharged; and while one ball rattled against the corslet of proof, to the strength of which our valiant Captain had been more than once indebted for his life, another penetrated the armour which covered the front of his left thigh, and stretched him on the ground. A Legend of Montrose
  • After a breakfast of pasta and 3 cups of tea, I went to the garage to fetch my bike only to find my Dad, who looked more nervous than me, frantically pumping up my tyres.
  • Some of these have images etched onto them - the background to the window shows some of God's creations which my father thought were especially lovely - tormentils, oystercatchers, skylarks and of course St. Margaret's Church.
  • The focus police activity then switched to a stretch of riverbank outside the town. Times, Sunday Times
  • The jeans fit him fine, but the turtleneck was a little on the tight side as the fabric stretched across his upper torso.
  • To get the image of this stretch into your head, imagine a road slightly narrower than Turl Street.
  • She remembered his tetchiness with shop assistants, which presumably had been simulated.
  • They weren't bad, but struck me as doodles, sketch book observations that have their own merit but lack a certain oomph.
  • Oh, did I mention the mausoleum is a virtual granite resume, since Mr. Burris has etched in great detail his every job title, accomplishment, award, and entire life as a permanent monument to ... himself? Blago Has Been Impeached
  • To forget sb is pretty easy. Just don't see him/her, don't be a contemptible wretch.
  • This smoke or flame, perhaps, would be the better word for it was so bright that the deep blue sky overhead and the hazy stretches of brown common towards Chertsey, set with black pine trees, seemed to darken abruptly as these puffs arose, and to remain the darker after their dispersal. The War of The Worlds
  • At the latter, another Scottish desk sergeant told me the head of the Scottish Flying Squad, who rejoiced in the name of Fletcher Catchpole, was celebrating his ‘collar’ in the next-door pub.
  • If we may trust the old marbles, my friend with his arm stretched over my head, above there, (in plaster of Paris,) or the discobolus, whom one may see at the principal sculpture gallery of this metropolis, -- those Greek young men were of supreme beauty. Complete Project Gutenberg Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Works
  • Pickles and sauces such as ketchup and mayo often contain more salt than you think. The Sun
  • Her rotund torso and delicately etched facial features evince the monumental simplicity of an ancient fertility goddess.
  • The eparch sketched the sun-circle even so, to turn aside the evil omen. Bridge of the Separator
  • A food processor costing, say, £48 will not fetch more than £35 on resale.
  • Particularly good with lamb and it gives oomph to ketchup, too. The Sun

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