10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «FLARINGLY»
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A Dictionary Murathee English: compiled for the Government ...
... slidden, or slipped aside or out. 2 Failure, slip, lapse, omission of performance
or observance. $35855 or 55J ac[v (Imitative.) Copiously, freely, in streams; —
crying, v ^ 2 Brightly, flaringly, glaringly; — alight burning or 31^5^1 ado (Imitaiive
James T. Molesworth, 1831
Like a Sponge Thrown Into Water: Francis Lieber's European ...
To Heckscher, thence by cabriolet to Luxembourg; not bad taste of building, but
Italian Modern Gallery — flaringly dead women and flaringly disconsolate men or
vice versa, besides out of the way scenes of old Persian, etc. history. Scamander
Francis Lieber, Charles R. Mack, Ilona Schulze Mack, 2002
Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office
ing a circular dish carried on said turntable to rotate therewith, said dish having a
central flat upper surface and an annular .upwardly curved margin flaringly
continuously outwardly to its outer edge, said surface and margin being uniformly
Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences
SUPERFICIAL KEY T0 THE EXSERTISTIGMA Gaour I.—Primaries with cell
contrastingly black between stigma, A.—Collar with broad black contrasting tips.
a.——Orbicular U-shaped, not flaringly open..m0rri.s'0nisti_qma .b.—Orbicular ...
Bulletin - Southern California Academy of Sciences
Orbicular U-shaped, not flaringly open.. morrisonistigma b. — Orbicular flaringly
wide open to eosta, a1. — Smooth appearing; wings not heavily dusted with
black scales facula b1. — Wings heavily dusted with black scales exsertistigma
Southern California Academy of Sciences, 1921
The Foreign Quarterly Review
If the good old people could but save themselves from the raging burning hell!
Light tonguelike flashes ascend between the leaves and branches; dry boughs,
which burn flaringly, glow a moment and fall in? Ought ye eyes of mine to
The American Monthly Magazine
SONG. “r KNEW BY rm: srcu.” Tune : I knew by the smoke that so gracefully
curled.” I KNEW by the sign that so flaringly whirled Between its two posts that a
tavern was near, And said I, if there's grog to be found in this world, A man that
Vintage Mystery and Detective Stories
I found the passages and staircases of the court-house flaringly lighted with gas,
and the court itself similarly illuminated. I think that, until I was conducted by
officers into the Old Court and saw its crowded state, I did not know that the
David Stuart Davies, 2006
TRY TO IMAGINE A YEAR SO JAW-DROPPINGLY NOSTRIL-FLARINGLY, EYE-
POPPINGLY AWFUL that when you do an exhaustive scientific analysis to
determine who or what is responsible, AlSharpton isn't even in the top 100 We've
The following would have been his summing up of her: "Flaringly handsome girl,
brought up by her mother to one end. Bad temper to begin with. Girl who might, if
she lost her head, get into some frightful mess. Meets a fascinating devil in the ...
Frances Hodgson Burnett, 2014
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «FLARINGLY»
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Claudia Roth Pierpont's 'Roth Unbound'
It is a profound portrait — flaringly alive in a book that often struggles for breath. Critics said that “When She Was Good” could have been written ... «New York Times, Oct 13»
Cities in Flight
... juxtaposed with a piggy-bank sort of pig — bold, flaringly colorful smaller works somehow related to Persian miniatures or even tantric art. «Cleveland Scene Weekly, Jun 09»