How To Use Oed In A Sentence

  • It might as well be closed, because in many American hospitals you're simply shooed from the windowsill after you've been nursed back to health (usually in 72 hours or less), and you're expected to "fly" on your own. Mark Lachs, M.D.: Care Transitions: The Hazards of Going In and Coming Out of the Hospital
  • If to "get 'borked' was 'to be unscrupulously torpedoed by an opponent ... to get' miered '[i] s to be' unscrupulously torpedoed by an ally. ' Revolution
  • Plans for the dam have been vetoed by the Environmental Protection Agency.
  • NHS penpusher boom: Wages bill is up £78m as 'costly' drugs are vetoed Home | Mail Online
  • What's more, the mountain was haloed by phosphorescent blue bands of some sort of energy crackling all around it.
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  • Experts agree that hippos belong to the mammalian order Artiodactyla, a group of even-toed, hoofed creatures whose extant representatives include camels, pigs and ruminants such as cows.
  • Late in the day, just after we had feasted on the fruits of a wild cacao, we came upon a three-toed sloth climbing slowly through the upper branches of a cecropia tree. One River
  • Supposedly olive oil is the only oil that can be shampooed out. Head Lice and Shame « Colleen Anderson
  • As he completed his speech, the room echoed with applause and cheers of celebration.
  • They shared the joy and burden of editing for the next thirteen years, the longest period of any coeditorship in the journal's existence.
  • I never mingle with the crowds that are being buncoed [sic] in the big department stores of Los Angeles.
  • Two toed sloths are perhaps more heterothermic than any other mammal.
  • O. E. D. And after that Dee started finding E-words for all his collections so they could be OED 's too. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD
  • She also has a teeny-tiny musical quaver tattooed on her neck. Times, Sunday Times
  • In an interview last week, Ms. Pak, sporting a button featuring the mustachioed interim mayor's face, spoke passionately about her Chinatown neighborhood and her efforts to persuade Mr. Lee to "serve his city. Chinatown Political Veteran Champions Her Candidate
  • The deputy mayor, Louise Schroeder, foolishly and without our knowledge, took forty-odd plainclothesmen from Western sectors over to keep order. Daring Young Men
  • Myra wanted to tell it to SHUT UP as it cuckooed six times. MORE FROM GINNY BATES: PAINTERLAND
  • Another night, another motel room, and now the guys have insisted on coed rooms.
  • He wooed me back and I know he struggled to trust me again. The Sun
  • The ornamentation of such objects was similar to that of the nielloed gold and silver ladles and cups produced at the Kremlin Armoury in the 16th to early 17th centuries.
  • Overseas aidJohn Arne Riise, or "mummy's boy", finally joined this summer having been utterly unwooed by the club's fluttering eyelashes before he signed for Liverpool in 2001, supposedly on the advice of his representative – his mother. Fulham Premier League 2011-12 team guide
  • From the beginning, they have echoed their disinterest in matters like chart placings and mass popularity.
  • The OED always gives the earliest known usage of the word and in this case it's, wait for it, Lord Lyttelton, 1760, Dialogues of the Dead. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD
  • Any restriction of circulation at the time of death would show up as oedema. THE BOOK LADY
  • This finding is echoed in one study of job motivation among industrial employees.
  • Numerous period features remain: the Victorian staircase with its carved wooden banisters, the 1820s ornate stuccoed ceilings, the many stone and marble fireplaces.
  • So I began running up and down the court pigeon-toed, just like Dominique, hoping that would make me an ethereal dunker. In the Time of Bobby Cox
  • The roster of tattooed, pierced misfits and post-punk gals has become a phenomenon with a recent burlesque revue touring North America.
  • The old fruit and veg market that once echoed with the calls of cockney costermongers is now home to gourmet burger bars and stalls selling Javanese pottery.
  • That night, we anchored in Geneviz Limani - the Bay of the Genoese - and dined on the poop deck as the moon rose and the sound of the lapping tide echoed against the towering cliffs.
  • During his regular postgame news conference, Carr said he would have booed, too.
  • We're going to find out tonight if Heather Mills mamboed her way into the hearts of America. CNN Transcript Mar 27, 2007
  • They zeroed in on the key issues.
  • If you go somewhere and think you will be hoodooed, always carry a piece of bread in your pocket.
  • He requested a weekly luncheon with the president and freedom to range across all areas rather than being ‘siloed’ in a handful of policy areas.
  • Lawmakers also vetoed an administration proposal to eliminate the referendum supervisory committee that is stipulated in the law.
  • By that time, Tracy had radioed the Los Angeles County Harbor Patrol and a rescue boat with divers was on the way.
  • I've just watched a film which I videoed last night.
  • Her words reechoed in my head and everything before me swallowed up in some kind of yellow flash. WHIPS, TEARS AND BLOOD:
  • A significant look was exchanged between the devotees, but no words; the friar departed, and the nun, still silent, conducted her through many solitary passages, where not even a distant foot-fall echoed, and whose walls were roughly painted with subjects indicatory of the severe superstitions of the place, tending to inspire melancholy awe. The Italian
  • Tattooed crosses, icons and parts of the Sacred Land are all talismans and amulets which are treasured with respect.
  • With domed hall and cavernous corridors that echoed every step, this felt more like a tomb.
  • The legislature also passed the National Rifle Association's bill to prohibit cities and counties from adopting local gun-control ordinances, the same measure I had vetoed in 1989.
  • No loaded American troop transports were sunk en route to Europe, although several empty vessels were torpedoed while returning to the United States.
  • The Oedipus stage manager paces anxiously by the footlights.
  • So great was the general's despatch, that Paul I, at his request, granted the young man a sub-lieutenancy in the Semonowskoi regiment, so that Foedor entered on his duties the very next day after his arrival in St. Petersburg. Celebrated Crimes (Complete)
  • He is looking for me and when he finds me he is going to feed me rice and gone off fish till I die as he knows I have not pooed in a week because he read my dead end blog.
  • Wright demoed the tool at last August's DefCon but held off its release until Cisco was able to make a fix available.
  • My eyes followed his sinewy, shirtless body and the huge lion tattooed across his chest and back. Times, Sunday Times
  • The murmuring, fluttering sounds of the crowd echoed off the high ceilings and stone arches of the chapel.
  • If just protons or sodium ions are present, the condition is not fulfilled and the logical molecule remains zeroed.
  • Oddly enough morning stars have other names as well, being called “holy water sprinklers” due to the fact that they somewhat resemble the aspergillum used by the church to sprinkle parishioners with holy water, and “goedendag” or “good day”. SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles - Part 1043
  • The Grane was a 1122 ton Norwegian collier, torpedoed by UB80 on 9 March 1918 and more broken up.
  • Distant creaks and groans echoed eerily along the dark corridors.
  • Police radioed other patrolmen in the area to set up a road block.
  • The ship radioed a message to the shore.
  • It rang and echoed in the quiet apartment, until it awoke Brenda's mother, sleeping in the room next-door.
  • With his usual skill, the chairman zeroed in on the most delicate subject of our meeting.
  • Roed-Larsen, a veteran of Middle East crises, said after the closed door meeting that the region is at a critical juncture. US: Hezbollah, Syria, Iran Threaten Lebanon's Stability
  • replied the second voice, and with that, the soft whistle of a whippoorwill's call echoed around the manor.
  • Choose from women-only or coed classes, each with a maximum 8-1 student-teacher ratio.
  • The team had already zeroed in on the Jhdm2a enzyme, showing in a 2007 Nature publication that the Jhdm2a gene is highly expressed in mouse testes and plays an important role in spermiogenesis, the final step in the production of a functional sperm cell. Medlogs - Recent stories
  • Eileen – Brown did state that, and as I point out above, we can’t even point directly at DHS, since the project funding was zeroed from the DOD budget. Needless exaggeration « BuzzMachine
  • Be your usual, bolshy self,' Isadora's voice echoed in her head. JUST BETWEEN US
  • Every field had to be hoed for weeds three times, carefully hilling soil around each young stalk.
  • With a gasp, his head jerked left as a metallic sound echoed through the room.
  • A Stygian this time, his face tattooed in arcane designs that had been old when Acheron was new to the world. Archive 2009-12-01
  • Sami initially sees his love for Muntaha in poetic terms, likening her beauty and allure to the Sumerian artefacts in front of which he first encounters her, an orientalization that is later echoed by Gabor. The Jakarta Post Breaking News
  • The 7.70 came on the first pass with a new SRT - 4 engine, which had never been dynoed or tested.
  • Inside Lord 100, Cris Cheek was rattling through a complex history of performance-based poetry in England in the 70s, and on the screen in front of us flashed many slides of old mimeoed programs of great, if transient events. Archive 2008-10-01
  • It is so relentlessly "sick", its unleashed cruelty so sadistic (the climax is a graphic clitorectomy) that the audience at the premiere booed and hissed. Karin Badt: Cannes Buzz: Which Film Will Win?
  • So I began running up and down the court pigeon-toed, just like Dominique, hoping that would make me an ethereal dunker. In the Time of Bobby Cox
  • This was an ai or three-toed sloth. It was in the possession of a gentleman, who was collecting curiosities.
  • As he exhaled, Erik let his arrow fly with a sharp twang of the string, the sound echoed thirty times over as the rest of the cadets fired.
  • She gasped out loud at the first icy stab of the droplets, then quickly shampooed her hair.
  • She had suffered lymphoedema in her right arm due to the cancer treatment, which left her too weak to operate equipment, but she was told she did not qualify for incapacity benefit.
  • You could immediately tell that it had been shampooed, and their hair turned out to be very curly.
  • Morris' interest in lexicography grew, and he produced his own dictionary of Australian English, consciously modelled on the OED, in 1898.
  • Crisco and mix other ingredients gradually to them, bake in six small criscoed plates for 5 minutes. The Story of Crisco
  • On a hunch, the researchers radioed the ground-based team and urged them to continue gathering data when the star re-emerged from behind Uranus.
  • “At the Buchenwald concentration camp in 1945, the Americans set up a display table to show Nazi atrocities,” Denier Bud began miasmically as the camera panned over the familiar objects: “A lot of bogus items, tattooed skin supposedly taken off bodies, a supposedly human skin lampshade, which in reality is just a basic lampshade, but they really went over the edge of dumb when they put this on the table.” The Lampshade
  • Therefore, devoting substantial staff resources to training, organizing, leading, and sustaining family psychoeducation is seen as a luxury.
  • A 15-year-old girl would be tattooed on the cheeks when she had mastered the art of weaving.
  • The combative, moustachioed Italian is widely recognised as one of the world's leading experts on human fertility.
  •   She thought there were Japanese beetles and aloed kneecaps. A Name That Hurt
  • Part of the trouble was that there wasn't very much else to write about, as the nature of the content between the covers was embargoed until the eve of publication day - today.
  • In the event of a misdeal, an irregular distribution of the cards, or the exposure of a card during the dealing, the dealer is looed -- the amount of the loo in this, and most [24] other cases of penalty prior to the commencement of the playing of the cards being the same as settled for a single loo -- and he immediately places the amount in the pool. Round Games with Cards A Practical Treatise on All the Most Popular Games, with Their Different Variations, and Hints for Their Practice
  • France passes G20 baton after messy summit FRANCE'S year-long G20 term stumbled to a messy end at the Cannes summit, where President Nicolas Sarkozy's dreams of reforming world finance were torpedoed by the eurozone debt crisis. NEWS.com.au | Top Stories
  • To this it may be due that Miss Arabella had reached the age of five and twenty not merely unmarried but unwooed. Captain Blood
  • The Republican crowd booed on cue.
  • They have climbed mountains and canoed for eight-day stretches in isolated wilderness.
  • All I'll have to do is to keep the weeds hoed until the trees come into bearing. Chapter 9
  • Washington sent out sixty-five of his 150 men under two officers, to intercept the French between the Meadows and the Monongahela, assuming that they had canoed up the river. George Washington’s First War
  • Several echoed the thought until it turned into a full-hearted shout from the entire crowd.
  • The sound of cheers and shouts echoed throughout the whole gym.
  • Diuretics are essential for the symptomatic management of patients with lung congestion or peripheral oedema from fluid overload.
  • One point that the AL makes that has been echoed through other blogs and listservs is that the term 'guybrarian' offensive: "Apparently the label librarian is actually a feminine noun, instead of librarianship just being a feminized profession. Nicole Scherer: Librarians Rarely Make the News
  • Teigue wordlessly toed off his shoes, letting them hit the floor with two dull thuds.
  • The DSUE was widely regarded as filling a lexicographical gap, because it treated four-letter words and sexual and scatological vulgarities that had previously been omitted by the OED and the general run of ‘family’ dictionaries.
  • He didn't fertilize the ground, but hoed it a lot instead, which he felt made up for the lack of nutrients.
  • Information they gathered was sent back to platoon headquarters by runner and radioed from the village to Company headquarters.
  • 1976 - A triple veto in UN Security Council by Britain, France and the United States blocks a resolution that would have embargoed arms shipments to South Africa.
  • Freud argued that all people go through an oedipal phase of sexual development.
  • Police radioed officers in the area and caught up with the trio.
  • My name echoed between us like a prayer, and I answered with a mewling cry, tumbling over the precipice again. Brush of Darkness
  • He radioed de Roon and told him to bring jacks and any earthmoving equipment he could get his hands on. Foreign Influence
  • A sealant is a plastic material that is placed on the chewing surface up close to your teeth and it protects your teeth from bacteria getting into the deep pits and grooves and getting decayed," said Susan Schroeder, an IUSB dental student helping put on the clinic. WNDU - Home - Headlines
  • She cooked steaks and burgers in such a way that they almost mooed when prodded with a fork.
  • A red curtain parts, revealing the Fox logo – it’s very 20th Century – as Alfred Newman’s fanfare is conducted by some tuxedoed spastic. Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat
  • Since my first outing with a group called the Tahoe Trekkers, I've hiked in Patagonia, snowshoed in British Columbia, trekked in Nepal and backpacked my way up Mount Whitney.
  • Any current service member who is at or exceeds the 25% limit is prohibited from adding to the tattooed area.
  • Lewis echoed that view and said Cadigan had his "handprint" on many of the fees imposed on builders. National Business News - Local Business News | bizjournals
  • It's a mistake to talk about being full of grief, as if grief were a tumour, or a full stomach, or something oedematous. Archive 2007-03-01
  • The moustachioed cowpoke said, ‘One of our boys is hurt and needs a sawbones.’
  • The square echoed and re-echoed to the boom of a 21-gun salute.
  • The voters will likely remain satisfied to hear their views echoed rather than to have a representative on the government side.
  • Pelosi descended to the floor of the House, where a saddle-shoed grandson, Paul Vos, leapt into her arms. Boehner Cries As He Moves To Speakership
  • The church now echoed with whimpering cries as the priest said his final prayers and blessings.
  • It is practicable, if a rabbet or mitered joint is used in the sides, but if the side pieces are butted or dadoed, the rabbet for the bottom shows. Handwork in Wood
  • Deus cum ex mero suo beneplacito nonnullos ad vitam aeternam ab omni retro aeternitate elegisset, foedus gratiae cum eis iniit; se nempe liberaturum eos e statu peccati ac miseriae, atque in statum salutis per redemptorem translaturum. The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.
  • The traveller was captivated by the postcard carrying a picture of a tattooed tribeswoman smoking a pipe.
  • He was courted and wooed by the country's top officials.
  • Eventually a mustachioed commander, escorted by several soldiers, came out to have a little talk with us.
  • The supposed stegosaurian track Deltapodus Whyte & Romano, 1994 (Middle Jurassic of England) is sauropod-like, elongate and plantigrade, but many blunt-toed, digitigrade, large ornithopod-like footprints (including pedal print cast associated with the manus of Stegopodus Lockley & Hunt, 1998) from the Upper Jurassic of Utah, better fit the stegosaurian foot pattern. Neoceratopsian publications for 2008
  • Why you got her name tattooed on your— She stopped short and narrowed her eyes. A Dollar Short
  • He raised the binoculars again and zeroed in on an eleventh-floor room.
  • 'foederati' or allies of the Empire, paid to fight its battles against Roman and the Teuton
  • Patrick never, like the Pied Piper, charmed actual snakes into mass suicide so the Irish people wouldn't ever have to worry about them again -- but he did "rid" the island of the snake-tattooed Druids, in a way. Chris Weigant: Saint Patrick and the Snakes
  • O Truth, Truth, how inwardly did even then the marrow of my soul pant after Thee, when they often and diversly, and in many and huge books, echoed of Thee to me, though it was but an echo? The Third Book
  • Rooney's poor performances in the World Cup led to him being barracked by the Chelsea fans and Ferguson said: "Allgood players get booed these days, but it was a fantastic goal – the making ofitwas superb, and Antonio really couldn't miss. Manchester United grab first prize and eye Mesut Ozil
  • In New Zealand they take refuge amid hot sulphur springs and in a house "tabooed"; they escape by starting a volcano into eruption. In Search of the Castaways
  • The carpet felt scratchy beneath my blistered feet, so I tiptoed all the way to the door.
  • I have canoed, fished, sailed and more recently I have become qualified in powerboats.
  • It had already been instrumented, and Rex toed the weatherproof case of the old seismograph with disdain. MINUTES TO BURN
  • A few days before this, a man came to the studio with a photo of his wife and asked to have the picture tattooed on his arm.
  • For proof, according to a Canadian Press story, he has the team's logo tattooed on his chest.
  • Her voice echoed across the field and Delia felt a small patter of rain on her nose.
  • Over and over the frantic pilots radioed, asking for just one light so they could see to land.
  • Thank you, sir -- I thank you," he said, and, without more ado, tiptoed from the room. CHAPTER XXIV
  • He holloed out: "Who's there?" and then the noise stopped, but the light kept on. The Flight of Pony Baker A Boy's Town Story
  • Although the OED is not a narrative, not scripture, not poetry , it is, nonetheless, transportive.
  • John Hickenlooper vetoed a bill that would have required families near the poverty level to pay more for state-subsidized health insurance for their kids. Jason Salzman: Talk Radio Hosts, Orphanages, and Children's Health Insurance
  • It seems that these sentiments aren't echoed by all of Australia's red-blooded men.
  • The snap of the agonizer's activation cells echoed through the little flyer. Firestorm
  • But as I was crowded for space, and wished the other parts of my body to remain a blank page for a poem I was then composing — at least, what untattooed parts might remain — I did not trouble myself with the odd inches; nor, indeed, should inches at all enter into a congenial admeasurement of the whale. Moby Dick; or the Whale
  • While Jody had been with me, the nurse had given him a bath and shampooed his hair, something else we had declined in our birth plan.
  • It was a view echoed in Britain not so long ago by those who spoke of the ‘cycle of deprivation’ which afflicted the poor and the working class.
  • The residents echoed that there were gaping potholes on the roads.
  • A hesitant and very masculine voice echoed through the earpiece.
  • But Clinton said he vetoed that bill, partly because Republicans removed restrictions on corporate raids on pension funds.
  • Oh, ermined Judge whose duty to society is, now, to doom the ragged criminal to punishment and death, hadst thou never, Man, a duty to discharge in barring up the hundred open gates that wooed him to the felon's dock, and throwing but ajar the portals to a decent life! Dickensian Verse
  • The guards outside had shooed him away, leaving him burning with curiosity regarding the Crazy Lady's identity. TREASON KEEP
  • It was unified with the altar, its frame echoed the architecture of the building and in some cases, like the high altar in St Peter's, Rome, was given a ciborium.
  • The Explorers program, a coeducational affiliate of the Boy Scouts of America that began 60 years ago, is training thousands of young people in skills used to confront terrorism, illegal immigration and escalating border violence -- an intense ratcheting up of one of the group's longtime missions to prepare youths for more traditional jobs as police officers and firefighters ... Boing Boing
  • I followed her in knee-high, pointy-toed boots and a big, black, furry jacket that screamed ta-da! Welcome to My World
  • The argument echoed historian G.M. Trevelyan's quip about the French Revolution: ‘if the French noblesse had been capable of playing cricket with their peasants, their chateaux would never have been burnt.’
  • No one knows this more than Yale which has flourished to an unprecedented level these past 40 years as a coeducational institution. Muhtar Kent: This Century Goes to the Women
  • Treatment for pigeon-toed feet is almost never required.
  • Sharp has just demoed the final version of the PDA in California.
  • Mother said when Marster come he wus dead shore enough, dat marster jest boohooed an 'went to de house, an' wouldn't look at him no more till dey started to take him to de grave. Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves, North Carolina Narratives, Part 1
  • A few days back, I discussed "getting Zumboed", which is the term gun geeks use for "so outraging the community of one's customers that the backlash jeopardizes one's livelihood. more on getting Zumboed
  • Muttering some more apologies, which Rose echoed, he went with her down the road. UNREASONABLE DOUBT
  • She's buying a relaxer and leave-in conditioner and she has green and blue stars tattooed on her neck. Logan Nakyanzi Pollard: When People Are Rude ... What Would Jesus Do?
  • Immediate clinical manifestations of acute lung injury include pneumothorax, pulmonary oedema, and air embolism.
  • German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder wraps up a tour of Africa.
  • Mr Brown's car had been videoed travelling at 42 mph in a 30 limit and he had gone to the police office to view the video.
  • A click sounded, and a hollow laughter echoed through the room she was in.
  • Opening the door, Serenity tiptoed across the hall and opened the door to Haley's room.
  • She was stunned by the early ouster of David Hasselhoff, taken with the pigeon-toed charm of Mike "the Situation" Sorrentino and blown away by the sensuality of Jennifer Grey. Carrie Ann Inaba Opens Up About Dancing With the Stars
  • I can't tell you how much I'd love to read a Welsh account of Boudica's sack of Rome; in its absence, this will do nicely, and the first line of the text gave me a thrill of recognition: "Amathaon uab Don a oed arglwyd ar y seith cantref Dyuet ... languagehat.com
  • She had danced in Viennese palaces, tangoed in Tashkent, and swayed to the music of Georgie Fame in Dublin. Macarena Lithuania
  • An ancient Russian icon in nielloed silver and one of these Christs in carved wood, executed in the seventeenth century by Bogard de Nancy, in an antique frame of gilded wood backed with velvet, were the only things that slightly relieved the banality of the decoration. Là-bas
  • For the first time for many years, England fans booed the team off the pitch.
  • The mimeoed version kept vanishing from the Nuffield library, so at least it was being read, or looked at. James A. Mirrlees - Autobiography
  • When the first verdict was announced, people cheered or booed or gasped; we knew how we felt.
  • “Free doughnut holes?” she started out quiet, then gradually crescendoed. Love, Death and Doughnut Holes « A Fly in Amber
  • An abundantly mustachioed local in a bar - the police chief, it turned out - asked him home. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nearby in the Graham Amazon gallery visitors can gaze at 7 foot arapaimas, catfish the size of bulldogs, beautiful tiger stingrays, giant anacondas, electric eels, two toed sloths and creepy piranhas.
  • Nowadays, they can't set a stilettoed foot out of the door without having their entire outfit subjected to a rigorous taxonomy. Christina Patterson: Lessons in Modern Womanhood from the World and His Wife
  • In the cobbled backstreets mustachioed old men in tweed jackets and gaiters drive decorated carts at breakneck speeds.
  • He spreads such figures, with great care for the contour which is echoed by supple and delicate inner detail.
  • The image was one I knew I would never escape, even with daily visits to a certified psychoanalyst with training in hypnosis to eradicate Oedipus complexes. Director's Cut
  • We can't imagine why Linda Bollea is divorcing the bald, long-haired, bleach-blond, handlebar-moustachioed, saveloy-armed, grunting play-fighter Hulk Hogan, but the sad truth of the matter is that she is. Hogan Speaks Out On His Son, While His Wife Gets Off With a 19-Year-Old
  • The sound of an engine echoed back from the thick forest.
  • This exhibition of what is essentially downtown art—physically and intellectually scratchy—in Knoedler's tweedily uptown space should put a happy end to that question for a while. Feats of Rock, Paint & Clay
  • The crystal eyes were lidless; in lieu of a nose, there were two sockets that plugged into the nostril tubes of the silver face; the mouth, little more than a slit, was slightly open, exposing tattooed teeth.
  • It's debatable whether the studio recording actually contains the f-word, given the incoherent roar Jim Morrison emits at the song's climax, but there's no ambiguity to the Oedipus context in this live version. Eric Williams: F***ing up the Charts: on F-Words and Music
  • When the last visitor had been "shooed" away and the Couldn'ts had carefully prepared for the lunch to be taken on the _Chelton_ The Motor Girls on Crystal Bay or, The Secret of the Red Oar
  • As he put his bag down and removed the bottle of wine, Charisse cooed, “This is really nice, Stefàn.” Who Said It Would Be Easy
  • It is Superman and those themes that are echoed in critically acclaimed comic books like Hellboy and Invincible, The Authority and even The Watchmen. Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » How I Would Reboot Superman
  • I know of zero authority though I have not looed it up that allws the SG to go near the fruits of a search warrant. Firedoglake » Ned Lamont Deserves Enthusiastic GLBT Support
  • None of it has been blancoed, none of it is ripped or torn.
  • Here's one to a very doleful tune, how a usurer's wife was brought to bed of twenty money-bags at a burthen and how she longed to eat adders 'heads and toads carbonadoed. The Winter's Tale
  • From the villa rustica known as the Villa Carmiano are three frescoed walls from the triclinium, the sitting room, in which three couches in a U shape typically faced a view, in the case of Stabiae, of the Bay of Naples.
  • It is different from a psychoeducational evaluation in that it includes assessment of memory, language, visual-perceptual skills, fine motor skills, attention, and executive functioning. Special education evaluation, special education law
  • Of such a kind are the various monastic cartularies, law-books like Glanvill's, records like the Patent, Close, and Charter Rolls, collections of letters, and modern collections of documents like T. Rymer's Foedera or J.H. Round's Calendar of The History of England from the Norman Conquest to the Death of John (1066-1216)
  • Pigeons cooed from the rooftops of buildings, and rats scurried along the floor.
  • He tiptoed around it, trying not to get any of the putrid matter slop onto his fluffy bunny slippers.
  • Inside, a sinewy, mustachioed fellow is tinkering with one of the machines.
  • His parting words echoed through her mind as she replayed that last scene by the car.

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