- a water wheel with buckets attached to the rim; used to raise water for transfer to an irrigation channel
How To Use noria In A Sentence
- Est-ce que vous aviez Chi è vossignoria? jamais un père? Punch, or the London Charivari. Volume 1, July 31, 1841
- I had a reason to expect much from this work, based on other compositions of his, especially his outstanding Edgar Allan Poe song cycle for baritone and piano Lenoriana.
- In Queretaro: Cheap but clean and just a few blocks west of the Plaza de Armas, The Hotel Senorial, probably about $24 dols/day. The colonial cities
- There are magnificent avenues of elm-trees, great gardens encircled by the moat, and a circumference of walls about a huge manorial pile which represents the profits of the maltote, the gains of farmers-general, legalized malversation, or the vast fortunes of great houses now brought low beneath the hammer of the Civil Code. A Woman of Thirty
- Mrs. Honoria leaned her two round arms on the mezzanine rail, and looked long and earnestly down upon the caucussing lobby throng. The Honorable Senator Sage-Brush
- I mean--- "Her gaze trapped in crystal green, Honoria fought the urge to gnash her teeth. DEVIL'S BRIDE
- Colliva, “Bologna dal XIV al XVIII secolo: ‘Governo misto’ o signoria senatoria?” in A. Delizia!
- In Mysidiella newtonae n. sp., from the early Norian of the Wallowa Terrane of Oregon, the lunule is even shorter and more deeply incurved than in M. orientalis.
- There were two kinds of manorial court - the court baron and the court leet.
- Charles McCurdy has written a fascinating account of the ‘Anti-Rent’ movement that formed in New York in 1839 in opposition to these manorial tenures.