A An adjective, commonly called the indefinite article, and signifying one or any, but less emphatically.. Aardvark (n.) An edentate mammal, of the genus Orycteropus, somewhat resembling a pig, common in some parts of Southern Africa. It burrows in the ground, and feeds entirely on ants, which it catches with its long, slimy tongue.
The lights and shadows of freemasonry.: Consisting of masonic tales, songs, and sketches, never before published. ... A tornado destroyed a valuable mill upon which he had expended tens of thousands. A boatload of produce that he had shipped to New Orleans was lost, while running the gauntlet of that river of wrecks. ...
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mask our imagination. keep our eyes low. We do not welcome the spiritual surprise of the white Alps that soar above the Strand, the unclimbed peaks that look down upon Pall Mall. We do not bathe in the Mediterranean waters whose foamflecked blue washes Saffron Hill and the straits in others. It is habitude. conceal our wonder and We are wont to
PROEM There is no man living today who could tell you how the morning broke and the sun rose on the first day of January 1800; who walked in the Mall, who sauntered in the Park with the Prince: none lives who heard and remembers the gossip of the moment, or can give you the exact flavour of the speech and accent of the time.
It would be madness on my part to say I recognise its paleness and the bare heels. This is my punishment; to be called lazy, mad, to be called a lunatic and to be rushed around. Is she hearing voices, the system, the establishment, my own mother will ask? Take her to the clinic or the private hospital, they say, so I've heard.
Aeschylus 458 BC "Agamemnon" describes the homecoming of King Agamemnon of Argos from the Trojan War, along with his concubine Cassandra. His wife, Clytemnestra, however, had long been planning his murder (in concert with her lover, Aegisthus) as revenge for Agamemnon's earlier sace of their daughter, Iphigenia.