well point

NOUN
  1. a perforated tube driven into the ground to collect water from the surrounding area
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  • Clough translated it in 1834, and Hardy has given an interesting summary of it in his Eastern Monarchism; but neither the text nor any complete translation is readily accessible, and I have therefore thought that this edition might possibly be acceptable to those who desire information respecting the practice of Buddhism in Ceylon, where, as is well pointed out by Mr. Childers, in his Pli Dictionary, (s.v. Nibbnam, p. 272, note), “Buddhism retains almost its pristine purity. The Admission and Ordination Ceremonies. III. The Order. Reprinted from a paper by J.F. Dickson, B. A., in the Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society for 1874.
  • As far as I could see, a holy well pointed out to me by my 1973 taxi driver had also been concreted.
  • There's the super-talented, ne'er-do-well point guard, who is signed to a long-term deal.
  • Noting, correctly, that few scholars actually finish The Historical Novel, Maxwell points out that it "fixates" 66 on the historical novel as modeled by Scott, and treats all later attempts at the form as sad deviants from the original; when Lukacs shifts his attention from Scott to Balzac, the historical novel qua form simply vanishes into contemporary realism. The Historical Novel in Europe, 1650-1950
  • Other names on the roster include the "menacing" point guard tandem of Mario Chalmers and Rafer "Skip to my Lou" Alston, James Jones, as well point guard as the Miami favorite, Udonis Haslem.
  • And finally, both Lord Robertson and Secretary of State Powell pointed to what they called the vitality and the relevance of NATO, and said any damage done to the reputation of NATO over the last couple weeks can quite, in their words, be easily overcome. CNN Transcript Feb 20, 2003
  • There's the super-talented, ne'er-do-well point guard, who is signed to a long-term deal.
  • But as Burress prepares for his release, we might as well point out one last layer of ludicrousness: how much money this football tragicomedy has cost the state of New Jersey. The Real Cost of Plaxico's Jail Term
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