How To Use Umbra In A Sentence

  • Pasolini clearly did not intend Salò as a late work, much as Mozart did not design his requiem as adumbrative lament.
  • The moon passing through the outer region of the Earth's shadow, known as the penumbra, will be visible from Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia's west coast at Stars and Stripes
  • The total eclipse begins when the Moon is fully inside the umbra, but it won't be completely blacked out.
  • The autumn birds were singing; the autumn flowers were blooming; yellow golden rod and scarlet sumach glowed in the corners of the fences; locusts chirped in treetops; grasshoppers stridulated in the meadows, one or two of them making more noise than a whole drove of cattle lying peacefully chewing their cud beneath an umbrageous elm and lifting up their great, tranquil, blinking eyes to the morning sun. The Redemption of David Corson
  • When the Moon is fully immersed in the umbra a total lunar eclipse occurs.
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  • But, in the verity of extolment, I take him to be a soul of great article, and his infusion of such dearth and rareness as, to make true diction of him, his semblable is his mirror, and who else would trace him, his umbrage, nothing more. Hamlet
  • There I saw the first olive tree ever planted in Australia; the Cork-tree in luxuriance; the Caper growing among rocks, the English Oak, the horse chestnut, broom, magnificent mulberry trees of thirty-five years growth, umbrageous and green, great variety of roses in hedges, also climbing roses.
  • The penumbra is the transition from the photosphere to the umbra.
  • If you were in a spaceship and you passed through the Earth's umbra you would not be able to see any part of the Sun.
  • An issue that can often arise is that of existing rights or encumbrances on the land in question.
  • The most interesting parts occur when the moon plunges into Earth's full shadow, called the umbra, and of course during the period of totality. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • O longum memoranda dies! quae mente reporto gaudia, quam lassos per tot miracula uisus! ingenium quam mite solo! quae forma beatis15 ante manus artemque locis! non largius usquam indulsit natura sibi. nemora alta citatis incubuere uadis; fallax responsat imago frondibus, et longas eadem fugit umbra per undas. ipse Anien (miranda fides) infraque superque20 spumeus hic tumidam rabiem saxosaque ponit murmura, ceu placidi ueritus turbare Vopisci A Villa at Tibur
  • Further to the east and the west the observers are a few thousand miles more distant, putting them beyond the vertex of the umbral cone, so that they witness only an annular eclipse.
  • suggestive and adumbrative manner" -- not, indeed, he acknowledges, a romantic manner, and yet "quite distinct from the classical"; i.e., because of the transcendental character of a portion of his poetry. A History of English Romanticism in the Nineteenth Century
  • The arms and appointments of the hussar were a sad encumbrance in this climate. In New Granada Heroes and Patriots
  • The provision of the contract required the conveyance of the property to be free of encumbrance.
  • How will such persons be affected by other encumbrances on the same estate, either already in existence or arising after the purchaser has taken his interest?
  • Bare-bodied tribal member Bagun Sumbrai of the Congress, dressed in a green dhoti and sporting a green patka, also took the oath in Santhali.
  • While the zoot suit eventually attained widespread popularity in the mainstream, it also became a pejorative synonym for "Mexican" on the West Coast as some Americans took umbrage at so many able-bodied young men who were not "helping to win the war. From Zoot Suits to Border Walls
  • These considerations adumbrate the argument for the secondary role of consent in the justification of authority.
  • I've been in a black mood since September 2001, it's hanging over me like a penumbra.
  • On Friday morning, the moon will enter the penumbra of the Earth's shadow at 3: 05 am, and the moonlight will become dimmer.
  • Only by overcoming our weaknesses can we advance without any encumbrance; only by uniting ourselves in our struggle can we be invincible.
  • The Moon begins to enter the Earth's outer shadow, or penumbra, at 9: 06 P.M.
  • Both the existing legislation on racism, and that adumbrated by the prime minister on the ‘preachers of hate’, have an illiberal potential - that is, they do restrict freedom of expression.
  • By the first sentence of clause 9 the sellers ‘warrant that the vessel, at the time of delivery, is free from all encumbrances, mortgages and maritime liens or any other debts whatsoever’.
  • … Every time he closed his eyes, her adumbrated silhouette burnt with inedible precision into his retina, bought back the pain he was trying to run from. Extending Your Vocabulary « Write Anything
  • More and more, when politicians talk about government employees - whether they are federal, state or local- it is with the kind of umbrage ordinarily aimed at Wall Street financiers and convenience store bandits. Government workers under political fire
  • In ways the hee-hee council was an adumbration of the councils of primitive man, and of the great national assemblies and international conventions of latter-day man. CHAPTER XIV
  • Vampyre umbral skulker until sunlight dwindles then bat becomes nocturnal prince throat ravager, claret quaffer, night wraith fearless charlatan, blood drunkard but at dawn's flushing kiss he yields to light Archive 2006-08-01
  • In three centuries, already some outline has been sketched, rudely adumbrating the future settlement destined for the planet, some infant castrametation has been marked out for the future encampment of nations. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 54, No. 337, November, 1843
  • In Shakespeare's day the groundlings were a lot more unruly, and you could say that that actress wasn't being sincere or true to her Shakespearean traditions, taking umbrage at a harmless bit of tom foolery that wouldn't have caused Richard Burbage to drop so much as a single iamb from To be, or not to be. Lance Mannion:
  • Beginning this procedure early enough in the course of carpal tunnel syndrome should yield a good result and avoid unnecessary encumbrances on a pregnant woman.
  • This cautious strategy allows Frankie to remain in a cocoon, unaffected by the encumbrances of getting close to other people.
  • There is in the penumbra of the USA Patriots Act the rendition of prisoners, the detention of however many anonymous suspects without even the pretense of due process, not to mention legal representation, the perpetual suspension of civil liberty, a new blatancy. Victor Navasky: The Difference Between Being Opinionated (Bad) and Having an Opinion (Good)
  • In part, Jansen's relationship with McCann broke down because the Dutchman took umbrage at being asked to grade his squad members from A to E, a move designed to allow the club to assess each player's importance.
  • The company has satisfactory title to all assets and there are no liens or encumbrances on the company's assets, except for those that are disclosed in the notes to the financial statements.
  • Forma est vitalis fulgor ex ipso bono manans per ideas, semina, rationes, umbras effusus, animos excitans ut per bonum in unum redigantur. Anatomy of Melancholy
  • They had for a long series of years been debarred from the privilege of religious worship, and as there was reason to fear that a continued neglect of divine ordinances would draw down upon them the judgments of offended heaven, they begged permission to go three days 'journey into the desert -- a place of seclusion -- where their sacrificial observances would neither suffer interruption nor give umbrage to the Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • It was his view that the plaintiff had to arrange to have the encumbrancers' interests removed from title.
  • In other cases the Moon does not pass through the umbra at all, just going through the penumbra (a region of partial shadow).
  • And we would do well to remember that the penumbra is the lighter, outer region of the shadow, the halo, indeed, of the shadow.
  • The only encumbrance on the property is a mortgage with a balance of about $35,000.
  • Here it is too much to suppose that the _umbracula_ were contrived to make up for the want of shade in a country so covered with woodland as Italy was then; and the words "_sertis vincta_" show that there was some special meaning in the practice. The Religious Experience of the Roman People From the Earliest Times to the Age of Augustus
  • Some of the matters I have already adumbrated seem to me to bear upon that.
  • Shadows and penumbras were instantaneously formed from the myriad of trees and hills that he surveyed through the window, and just as quickly vanished.
  • Passing closer to the center of the umbra, the Moon's southern hemisphere (left) appears darker in this eclipse image, recorded from Deerlick Astronomy Village, Georgia, USA.
  • The umbra is a central cone of darkness which tapers away from the Earth or Moon.
  • Nox et caeruleam terris infuderat umbram. ille propinquabat silvis et ab aggere celso scuta virum galeasque videt rutilare comantes, qua laxant rami nemus adversaque sub umbra flammeus aeratis lunae tremor errat in armis. obstipuit visis, ibat tamen, horrida tantum spicula et inclusum capulo tenus admovet ensem. ac prior unde, viri, quidve occultatis in armis? 'non humili terrore rogat. nec reddita contra vox, fidamque negant suspecta silentia pacem. Post-Augustan Poetry From Seneca to Juvenal
  • [Footnote 1: This evidently referred to the "adumbration" of Autobiography, Letters and Literary Remains of Mrs. Piozzi (Thrale) (2nd ed.) (2 vols.) Edited with notes and Introductory Account of her life and writings
  • French civil law considers priority as a incumbrance, when it inherit Roma law.
  • The tree has a similar umbrageous habit to other Melia azedarach and will grow to 10m height and 8-10m spread.
  • Because of the Fourth Symphony, writers tend to view the Prélude and Fugue as an adumbration, rather than as something aesthetically complete in its own right.
  • How perfect is the verdure -- how rich the blossoming shrubberies that screen with verdurous walls from the possibility of intrusion, whilst by their own wandering line of distribution they shape and umbrageously embay, what one might call lawny saloons and vestibules -- sylvan galleries and closets. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Vol 58, No. 357, July 1845
  • Like semaphores signaling an ambiguous statement, the chairs face away from the figures in the penultimate picture and virtually disappear in the varnished penumbra that concludes the final work of the cycle.
  • As for the stuff about living aborad, I take great umbrage at someone who admits to spending two weeks a year in this country and paying no taxes here lecturing me on how localy elected councillors should spend money. What really undermines politics are false front organisations
  • But, in the verity of extolment, I take him to be a soul of great article, and his infusion of such dearth and rareness as, to make true diction of him, his semblable is his mirror, and who else would trace him, his umbrage, nothing more. Hamlet
  • What women need is a little oxygen, a little breathing room, to be without encumbrances and stress.’
  • Too, the tone in which the survival and natural selection principles are adumbrated is obviously naturalistic. “The Kipling of the Klondike”: Naturalism in London's Early Fiction
  • This latter course, in fact, is already adumbrated at certain junctures in the Opus Postumum.
  • But if we could have store of the _philyrea folio leviter serrato_ (of which I have rais’d some very fine plants from the seeds) we might fear no weather, and the verdure is incomparable, and all of them tonsile, fit for cradle-work and _umbracula frondium_: a decoction of the Sylva, Vol. 1 (of 2) Or A Discourse of Forest Trees
  • And, adumbrative also video website will enter the range of mainstream media.
  • Thus, beyond the specifically theological reasons for unionism, there is a broader penumbra of social concerns.
  • The umbrage of the tree didn't prevent the blinding light of the sun from getting to my eyes.
  • Sometimes Boyle felt that although humans are made in God's image they, like other created beings, are "at their best but umbratile, and Arbitrary Pictures of God their Creatour" (BP 4: 4, BOA §2. 2.38, p. 145). Sticky Wants to Grab
  • A Church which for so long had preserved Latin consciously as a bond of unity, had quite suddenly decided to discard it as a useless encumbrance. 11/01/2003 - 12/01/2003
  • During the partial stage the increasing penumbral penetration is not noticeable on a minute-to-minute basis, but as the umbra approaches things start to happen fast.
  • An introduction sketches the book's key terms and thereby adumbrates its themes, especially the principal pair of beauty and the infinite.
  • Nelson Hilton and David Erdman's prescient but brief remarks aside, the only contributor to engage reproduction with any intensity was John Grant, who, to his credit, adumbrated something not unlike the William Blake Archive in scale, comprehensiveness, and image-intensiveness. Introduction
  • So the first takeaway is that the US government might think the legal situation sufficiently plain that it needs no adumbration. The Volokh Conspiracy » Drone Warfare and the Harvard National Security Conference
  • The umbra is the dark region where no light falls and the penumbra is the grey area where some light falls due to various phenomena. Kottu
  • Here then, already adumbrated, is the double emphasis on heaven and home, or on home as heaven.
  • Estamos acostumbrados a identificar la “censura” con algo que hace el Estado contra un gran medio. Global Voices in English » Argentina: Clarín Media Group Forces Removal of Videos
  • And a penumbra is a different kettle of fish entirely–the metaphor was used by Justice Douglas in Griswold v. The Volokh Conspiracy » The First Amendment and Advertisements of Legal Prostitution
  • If (sorry, when) Pakistan falls, it will allow the West (and India) a freer hand in tackling extreme Islamists without the incumbrance of a useless and venal 'ally'. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • How about cleverly distracting from under-eye umbra with some beauty department illusions?
  • Long, thin filaments radiate from the umbra into a brighter surrounding region called the penumbra.
  • The object of these walks is to enjoy the exhilaration of walking without the encumbrance of clothing.
  • Congratulations: This is the first time that I have encountered the word 'adumbrated' in print. undefined
  • August 19, 2009 at 4:16 pm twittering turtlols umbraj unikorms vurtu-oh-soh violists wavey waddermelolins xzawsted xylofones I WANNA SEE! - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • But I will forget him, and give my hand to the courteous Umbra; he is a fine man indeed, but the soft creature bows below my apron-string before he takes it; but after the first ceremonies, he is as familiar as my physician, and his insignificancy makes me half ready to complain to him of all I would to my doctor. The Tatler, Volume 1, 1899
  • Caribbean countries said they took "umbrage" and wanted to "put on record" their strong disapproval. Joe Amon: The Beginning of the End for the War on Drugs?
  • The costume of the East certainly does not exaggerate the fatal progress of time; if a figure becomes too portly, the flowing robe conceals the incumbrance which is aggravated by a western dress; he, too, who wears a turban has little dread of grey hairs; a grizzly beard indeed has few charms, but whether it were the lenity of time or the skill of his barber in those arts in which Asia is as experienced as Europe, the beard of the master of the divan became the rest of his appearance, and flowed to his waist in rich dark curls, lending additional dignity to a countenance of which the expression was at the same time grand and benignant. Tancred Or, The New Crusade
  • The Moon can then pass through a part of the umbra (region of total shadow) and then there is a partial eclipse.
  • My view is that this would suggest a possibility that such statutes would in essence end up with penumbrae. The Volokh Conspiracy » Thoughts on the Oral Argument in City of Ontario v. Quon
  • And wide out-flings, like mighty wings, its arms umbrageously. Rookwood
  • There's no emotion or umbrage here or even shit-picking attached to telling you that when I read "harangue" I assume "bombastic ranting," which is not my connotation, but a standard and prevailing definition of the word "harangue. Readercon 16: Day 1
  • Her steps became feebler, and she strained her eyes to look afar upon the naked road, now indistinct amid the penumbrae of night. Far from the Madding Crowd
  • In long passages both bawdy and fantastic, we are shown how the feminine principle makes nonsense of all forms of statecraft, including even the cleverest ones adumbrated in The Prince, and how the distance between the boudoir and the bordello or zenana or harem is disconcertingly short. Cassocks and Codpieces
  • sworde of metal keane" a useless encumbrance, 168 miles from the last water, and not knowing where the next might be; he would have to admit that the wonderful beasts which now alone remained to us were by no means to be accounted "meane," for these patient and enduring creatures, which were still alive, had tasted no water since leaving Australia Twice Traversed, Illustrated,
  • It's not an incumbrance or anything, so it makes sense ... Red-Band Horror: Bloody Trailers for Survival of the Dead and [REC] 2 | /Film
  • You throw caution to the wind and amble aimlessly around fields bathing in inspirational pastels swaths that compel poets to compose poetry and Your inability to access the adumbral profundity of - Acephalous
  • As the poor Flutterer, who by hard struggling has escaped from the birdlimed thorn-bush, still bears the clammy Incumbrance on his feet and wings, so am I doomed to carry about with me the sad mementos of past Imprudence and Anguish from which I have been imperfectly released. Coleridge & Southey Letters
  • These eclipses belonged to 26 different saros series and included all the umbral eclipses of the 19 years preceding 1938, in order to include all the saros series now running which produce umbral eclipses. The History of the Former Han Dynasty
  • This is a pleasant picture of the great writer's domestic life, and it gives also a faint 'adumbration' of what is now forgotten: the intense curiosity and eager anticipation that was abroad as to what he was doing or preparing. John Forster
  • But, in the verity of extolment, I take him to be a soul of great article; 25 and his infusion of such dearth and rareness, as, to make true diction of him, his semblable26 is his mirror; and who else would trace him, his umbrage, 27 nothing more. Act V. Scene II
  • The mortgage was a prior encumbrance; whatever anybody else wanted to make of the fact, it was there, for all to see.
  • The penumbra is the pale outer portion of the Earth's shadow. Breaking News: CBS News
  • While it is entirely within the umbra the lunar disk brightness drops to about one part in 5,000 that of the near-full moon, and so it can still be seen.
  • But large nuclei, large penumbrae, wrinkles, faculae, do they indicate an abundant luminous and calorific emission, as Herschel thought; that would be the result of his hypothesis on the existence of very active ascending currents, but direct experience seems to contradict it. Biographies of Distinguished Scientific Men
  • The Home Secretary took umbrage at the suggestion that his son had told him what to do, as opposed to taking a filial interest in his work.
  • The newly-awakened sheep bleated from the hills, and the umbrageous herbage, dropping dew, seemed glittering with a thousand fairy gems. The Scottish Chiefs
  • Si en algo nos parecemos es en triste soledad yo no le canto'i cantando que es mi modo de alumbrar. veruscio Diary Entry
  • In this area called the penumbra, cells get a little more oxygen so there is the potential for recovery if the waves can be silenced, he says. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • How much the moon is dimmed depends on whether it passed through the penumbra or the darkest part of the shadow, the umbra.
  • The fall lost me the last of my senses: I but heard some of the Stewarts curse me for an encumbrance as they stumbled over me and passed on, heedless of my fate, and saw, as in a dwam, one of them who had abraded his knees by his stumble over my body, turn round with a drawn knife that glinted in a shred of moonlight. John Splendid The Tale of a Poor Gentleman, and the Little Wars of Lorn
  • He tells his story in a beautifully crisp prose which is joyfully free of academic encumbrances.
  • The Moon on April 24th will glide through Earth's penumbra, producing what astronomers call a ‘penumbral lunar eclipse.’
  • Charming houses stand in the "dells," that is, in the umbrageous cul-de-sacs where the graded streets terminate in bluffs too bold to be penetrated. After the Storm: A Story of the Prairie
  • As I believe I have mentioned, Emerson dislikes the encumbrance of sleeping garments. LION IN THE VALLEY
  • The penumbra of his face, and the emanations of light leaking from behind his ears, and his hair, was blinding.
  • I think it will entertain you when it appears in November -- and perhaps interest -- by the adumbration of the line I mean to take if ever that "Romanes" Lecture at Oxford comes off. Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley — Volume 3
  • In other words, its typical liberal handwringing, umbrage-taking and chicken littling over nothing. "Surprised" Hildebrand Responds To Critics: "I Don't Regret Any Of It"
  • Our planet's shadow has two parts, a dark inner core called the umbra and a pale outer fringe called the penumbra.
  • Glugg, geminally about caps or puds or tog bags or bog gats or chuting rudskin gunerally or something, until they adumbrace a pattern of somebody else or other, after which they are both car-ried off the set and brought home to be well soaped, sponged and scrubbed again by Finnegans Wake
  • The women of his own race and place had never adumbrated such a possibility. BY THE TURTLES OF TASMAN
  • The jungle is the home of giant gums and dense myrtle, of umbrageous fig and tall palm, of sassafras and supplejack.
  • I would avoid all reflection, or any thing that may tend to give umbrage; but there is in this army from the southward a number called riflemen, who are as indifferent men as I ever served with. History of the Negro Race in America From 1619 to 1880. Vol 1 Negroes as Slaves, as Soldiers, and as Citizens
  • But, in the verity of extolment, I take him to be a soul of great article; and his infusion of such dearth and rareness, as, to make true diction of him, his semblable is his mirror; and who else would trace him, his umbrage, nothing more. Act V. Scene II. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
  • The word umbrella comes from the Latin word _umbra_, which means a Illustrated Science for Boys and Girls
  • O Oriens, splendor lucis aeternae, et sol justitiae: veni, et illumina sedentes in tenebris, et umbra mortis. O Antiphons: O Oriens
  • The First Amendment has a penumbra where privacy is protected from governmental intrusion.
  • Long, thin filaments radiate from the umbra into a brighter surrounding region called the penumbra.
  • The adumbrative quality of the work's first third is mauled and mangled by the third.
  • So a Contitutionally-unenumerated right to privacy results in emanations and penumbras from the Constitution that allows third trimester partial birth abortions, and restricts laws against sodomy and makes birth control a subject for strict scrutiny of legislation limiting its availability. The Volokh Conspiracy » Diane Wood on the Second Amendment
  • The sky ahead of them was wide-streaked with gold, as if for a symbol, interlaid with sooty clouds in silhouette; on either side the mountains rose from penumbral darkness to clear-cut heights still bright from the slanting radiance. The Silver Horde
  • A lot of people have gotten to the step of being emotionally invested in umbrage and are displacing the hostility of feeling like one is being deliberately ignored by those in power against the democratic party and even if the leaders wanted to throw some red meat to placate them and tell them they are heard, Presidents Lieberman and Nelson will take the opportunity to essentially speak for the Democratic Party and publicly try and ruin it for the sake of pissing on said base and thus retaining the love of the current media environment. Balloon Juice » Blog Archive » Beatings will continue until morale improves
  • Still dazed, I was sitting outside under the umbrage of a tree by the entrance.
  • The predominance of death in the novel is a prophetic adumbration of the real death which will bring the characters to God's love, and Eleanor is granted a vision of this when she meets Leopolda the Catholic nun on the night of the storm.
  • The total eclipse begins when the Moon is fully inside the umbra.
  • A penumbral eclipse, sometimes called an appulse, occurs when the Moon misses the Earth's umbra but passes through its penumbra or secondary shadow.
  • It also has some 700 hectares of the fan-leaved corypha or talipot palm Corypha umbraculifera, on the leaves of which Buddhist sermons were originally inscribed. Dong Phayayan Khao-Yai Forest Complex, Thailand
  • But what I have already said will perhaps suffice to show to genuine philological students that a language which, preserving so many of the roots in the aboriginal form, and clearing from the immediate, but transitory, polysynthetical stage so many rude incumbrances, s from popular ignorance into that popular passion or ferocity which precedes its decease, as (to cite illustrations from the upper world) during the The Coming Race
  • Apparently from the very first episode of "Work of Art," clues to the identity of the eventual winner were baked into the show -- a kind of adumbration that is in fact seeded throughout all reality shows by their canny, all-knowing producers. ARTINFO: "WORK OF ART" RECAP: The Next Great Artist Was Chosen on TV, as Since Time Immemorial
  • The legitimacy is not in question, but the adumbration, or foreshadowing, is.
  • But your literary prowess is too circuitously authenticated to admit of any punctilious commendation from my debilitated pen, and under its umbrageous recess, serenely segregated, from the malapert and hypochondriachal vapours of myopic critics (as I am no acromatic philosopher) I trust every solecism contained in this autographical epistle will find a salvable retirement. Life and Remains of John Clare "The Northamptonshire Peasant Poet"
  • You see, the Governer of Jamaica lived just up the road at King's House, and his wife, a white woman from England, took umbrage at this impudence.
  • The recent development adumbrate a world - wide revolution in computer technology.
  • How perfect is the verdure -- how rich the blossoming shrubberies that screen with verdurous walls from the possibility of intrusion, whilst by their own wandering line of distribution they shape and umbrageously embay, what one might call lawny saloons and vestibules -- sylvan galleries and closets. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Vol 58, No. 357, July 1845
  • A caller to a phone-in which I heard yesterday took umbrage at the underhand tactics employed by Nasa.
  • A mule is stubborn, and may manifest glimmering adumbrations of cunning; but the husky can be characterized as pertinacious, deceitful, sharp, and, above all, well capable of deductive reasoning. Husky — The Wolf Dog of the North
  • Or, a lion adumbrated, debruised by two bendlets azure, all within a bordure compony argent and gules.
  • Ut appareat iis qui in tenebris et umbra mortis positi sunt. If, Yes and Perhaps Four Possibilities and Six Exaggerations with Some Bits of Fact
  • One of those dead afternoons, adumbrated, slumberous: not a customer in view. LEARNING TO TALK: SHORT STORIES
  • His theory has something in common with current philosophical speculation, and it is in part, as I understand, a kind of adumbration, a shrewd guess, at the present attitude of cytologists. Samuel Butler: Diogenes of the Victorians
  • A broad, umbrageous mass of green clothed the lower buttresses, and fringed itself away in clusters of coco palms.
  • The Moon's dark umbral shadow follows a narrow path beginning at local sunrise over the South Atlantic, crosses southern Africa and the Indian Ocean, and ends at local sunset over southern Australia.
  • General George S. Patton, for instance, took umbrage at the portraits of slovenly and sardonic warriors.
  • I have there taken a small, genteel business — the profits of which will be no incumbrance. Letter 300
  • Penumbra's special correspondent investigates the secrets of life and of adulterine children, using DNA fingerprinting.
  • Consciousness does not perspectivally adumbrate itself.
  • The far better explanation is "You find the right in the emanations from the penumbras. Balkinization
  • In fact, Ms Harney took umbrage at the assertion that Moy Chocolates, the brand stocked on board the Gulfstream IV, were her favourites and wanted it made clear that she doesn't even eat chocolate.
  • Not once had she ever felt she were a bother, or an encumbrance, or an unwelcome guest taken in because she had nowhere else to go.
  • Unfortunately there was a real (fairly minor) artist named Fitzgerald who took umbrage at the book and sent his lawyers to have it pulped.
  • Also, it is amusing to have this debate in a Journal called a homonym of, penumbra. The Volokh Conspiracy » Debating Textualism
  • Letous uatum pater et Semeleius Euhan; 220 hic mouet Ortygia, mouet hic rapida agmina Nysa. huic Lycii montes gelidaeque umbracula Thymbrae et, Parnase, sonas: illi Pangaea resultant The Marriage of Stella and Violentilla
  • But your literary prowess is too circuitously authenticated to admit of any punctilious commendation from my debilitated pen, and under its umbrageous recess, serenely segregated, from the malapert and hypochondriachal vapours of myopic critics (as I am no acromatic philosopher) I trust every solecism contained in this autographical epistle will find a salvable retirement. Life and Remains of John Clare "The Northamptonshire Peasant Poet"
  • At Stephen’s suggestion, at Bloom’s instigation both, first Stephen, then Bloom, in penumbra urinated, their sides contiguous, their organs of micturition reciprocally rendered invisible by manual circumposition, their gazes, first Ulysses
  • There was a silly argument and Coleman took umbrage at Mr Clarke's tone of voice.
  • Sometimes it feels as if we could be in northern Florida, or maybe even southern Ohio, following backcountry tributaries through the umbrageous boondocks -- searching for beer and sniffing out adventure. S.D. Liddick: COP Haditha
  • Voiding the deeds and mortgages in these cases (in situations where the instruments are voidable, as opposed to being absolutely void - "void ab initio") will turn on whether the subsequent third party purchaser or encumbrancer, despite lacking in actual knowledge of the fraud or other abusive transaction, can otherwise be charged with notice of the fraud, thereby making bona fide purchaser/encumbrancer status unavailable to them and, consequently, subjecting the deeds or mortgages to being voided/rescinded/set aside. Articles
  • When the Moon is fully immersed in the umbra a total lunar eclipse occurs.
  • She rested beneath the umbrage of the old oak.
  • Some of you took umbrage at the content and tone of my column entitled ‘Three genres of women,’ published in the September 24 edition of Imprint.
  • The excellency hereof, in universal liberty and power, we cannot here comprehend; nor can we yet conceive the glory and beauty of those immixed spiritual actings of our minds which shall have no clog upon them, no encumbrance in them, no alloy of dross accompanying them. Meditations and Discourses on the Glory of Christ
  • Reacting, the Viking threw up his shield, disappearing into an umbra of flame.
  • Under an oak tree's umbrage I dried the damp away.
  • The great literary critic and novelist George Steiner 1989, 181 writes that “all of us have experienced twilit, penumbral moods of diffuse attention and unresistant receptivity on the one hand, and of tensed, heightened focus on the other.” The Muse in the Machine
  • I'm a big fan of shipping stuff home, it's so nice to make at least one leg of a trip with minimum encumbrances.
  • The landlord entitled to require the State to purchase his property is the immediate landlord, that is to say, the person entitled to the receipt of the rent of the estate; no encumbrancer can avail himself of the privilege, the reason being that the Bill is intended to assist solvent landlords, and not to create a new Encumbered Estates Court. Handbook of Home Rule Being articles on the Irish question
  • The fact that he could see the sunspots with the naked eye and that he could make out the umbrae and penumbrae of the spots suggest that they must have been extremely large.
  • The recent development adumbrate a world - wide revolution in computer technology.
  • It was clear to a mind so acute as Bruno's that the dogmas of the Church were correlated to a view of the world which had been superseded; and he drew the logical inference that they were at bottom but poetical and popular adumbrations of the Deity in terms concordant with erroneous physical notions. Renaissance in Italy, Volumes 1 and 2 The Catholic Reaction
  • The curves for the areas in which an umbral eclipse is viewed as partial are of two sorts: cylindrical and conchoid. The History of the Former Han Dynasty
  • All geared up for a crucial play-off clash, the Reds failed to provide as stern a test as they needed to against the Cumbrains.
  • When viewed through a telescope, sunspots have a dark central region known as the umbra, surrounded by a somewhat lighter region called the penumbra.
  • Dos diversos destacam-se The Cow, intervenção onde uma vaca foi resgatada de um matadouro e colocada numa "quinta recreacional" no cimo de um prédio, no centro religioso, económico da cidade Chilena, quebrando assim com a rotina de muitas pessoas na cidade ao vislumbrarem pela janela dos seus escritórios e casas uma "quinta" num prédio. Archive 2008-12-01
  • Nunquam aliquis umbrarum conjurator tanta attentione, tamque potentibus verbis usus est, quam ille exquisitis mihi dictis, &c. Anatomy of Melancholy
  • Thus pre-vindicated, any troublemaker can now articulate his freedom of umbrage, on the grounds that he was incited to violence by a poem, novel, painting, play, or critique.
  • Dame Angela Lansbury took umbrage at the sun and forced her large pair of Jackie O sunglasses up her nose with the palm of her hand.
  • Such applications, especially on this continent, are so astounding -- they spread themselves so largely and umbrageously before the public eye -- that they often shut out from view those workers who are engaged in the quieter and profounder business of original investigation. Six Lectures on Light Delivered In The United States In 1872-1873
  • ‘Unencumbered value’ is the amount for which property might reasonably have sold free from encumbrances.
  • Clause 26 of the contract between those parties was deemed time to be of the essence, and by Item L of the schedule, encumbrances were listed as nil.
  • Martial, however, was one of those men who are capable of reckoning on the future in the midst of their intensest enjoyment; he had already learned to judge the world, and hid his ambition under the fatuity of a lady-killer, cloaking his talent under the commonplace of mediocrity as soon as he observed the rapid advancement of those men who gave the master little umbrage. Domestic Peace
  • The matrons and virgins of Babylon freely mingled with the men in licentious banquets; and as they felt the intoxication of wine and love, they gradually, and almost completely, threw aside the encumbrance of dress; ad ultimum ima corporum velamenta projiciunt. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
  • It is not that the statute has a penumbral spirit which strikes down devices or stratagems designed to avoid its terms or exploit its loopholes.
  • If you have an ambition to do anything in the world, or to be anything more than a plodding character in the tide of human life, see to it that the man whom you are to marry is one who is competent to aid you in the attainment of noble and useful things, instead of being an "incumbrance" and a hinderance. Plain facts for old and young : embracing the natural history and hygiene of organic life.
  • Pollo: En esta region las personas acostumbran comer el pollo en su version "Caldo de gallina de rancho" que es caldo de pollo que siempre comio alimentos naturales, cero quimicos, y lo podran encontrar en la misma carretera a Talisman Km. 10 ahi hay diversos restaurancitos que venden esto. Tapachula vs. Tuxtla
  • If the court could remove the legal impediments to education provided by the state, why couldn't it also read, in penumbras and emanations, any number of other rights and privileges that they thought it would be nice for people to have?
  • The nearest part of the Earth's surface to the Moon, around the noon meridian, may be only just close enough to be within the umbra (the conical lunar shadow), so that observers there experience a very brief total eclipse.
  • Byzantine sisterhood to veils, except when in the retiracy of their chambers, she was at all times brave enough to emphasize the abhorrence by discarding the encumbrance. The Prince of India — Volume 01
  • umbrageous at the loss of their territory
  • The next circle is less dark, and called the penumbra, because it so closely resembles the penumbra. Remarks
  • He is pacing up and down the library in the gloom, ‘the penumbra of the library’, as he put it, and he thinks of a tiger in the jungle, and this is ‘The Other Tiger’.
  • August 19, 2009 at 4:13 pm twittering turtlols umbragj unicorms vurtuohsoh violinistses wavey waddermelolins xzawsted xylofones I WANNA SEE! - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • At one point, he took umbrage at a journalist who dared to suggest that he was a ‘lucky’ manager while his discomfort in the aftermath of the French match was clearly visible to everyone at the press conference.
  • The implication is that the writer of such works does the disengaging, disembroiling and disencumbering from experience as we know it, while the author of novels reports faithfully on all our encumbrances.
  • Like many words in everyday use, it carries with it, as it were, a penumbra of different shades of meaning.
  • The victim's daughter, Peggy Puckett - in every other respect a model of forbearance - took umbrage at that, retorting that her father ‘hasn't said anything like that’.

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