10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PALELY»
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Shelley and His Circle, 1773-1822
Veil: V possibly written through v although an inkblot partially obscures the initial
letter. line 674. palely palely: the first palely was written directly beneath quite, the
final word on the manuscript line. Byron then canceled the word and rewrote it ...
Kenneth Neill Cameron, Donald H. Reiman, 1986
Ranunculaceae to Polygaleae
... glabrous on both surfaces, mi rib prominent below ; Fpetmle § in., slender.
Brads minute, shorter than the pedicels, laneeolate, acute. lower-buds in., shortly
pediuPgals palely pubescent. Authors suborbicnlar, appendage a at twice as ong
Joseph Dalton Hooker, 1872
“A wretched wight alone and palely loitering.” These words are describing me,
Zachary Taylor Burnross, a red-headed wight with freckles and glasses, a neck
brace and tooth braces and a great helmet, alone and palely loitering. The rest of
As she spoke the enormous, doubleheaded body advanced until it completely
enveloped theforward part oftheAstronef. The two hideous heads came close to
the sides of the conningtower; the huge, palely luminous eyes lookedin upon
George Chetwynd Griffith, 2014
Knobil and Neill's Physiology of Reproduction
Regaud (49) defined two types of spermatogonia in the rat, "dusty" cells and "
crusty" cells, on the basis of differences in the chromatin patterns of their nuclei.
The dusty cells showed a nucleus with fine palely stained chromatin granulation,
Ernst Knobil, Jimmy D. Neill, 2006
The Kalevala: Or, Poems of the Kaleva District
Still the sun does not shine, the golden moon not gleam palely on those
dwellings in Vainamoinen's district, on the heaths of the Kaleva District. The cold
gets into the crops, a state of affairs dreadful for the cattle, strange for birds of the
Neurobiological Aspects of Maturation and Aging
Although some of the nuclei of small cells, particularly in pars gelatinosa, stained
intensely basophilic or Feulgen positive, many were palely stained with both
basophilic dyes and by the Feulgen method. Also in the silver preparations the ...
Donald Herbert Ford, 1973
Veering: A Theory of Literature
See McCall's The Silence ofBartleby, quoted in Melville's Short Novels, p. 279.
Stillinger's text gives 'O what can ail thee, knight at arms, / Alone and palely
loitering?' but also notes the original form of first publication: 'Ah what can ail thee
Second Finding: A Poetics of Translation
Earth, vast in its orbit, wallows through space, glowing palely under its embers /
its embers glowing palely under the ash.—Colour of sulfur, colour of honey,
colour of things immortal, the whole grassy earth catches fire from last winter's
Atlas of Clinical Avian Hematology
Eosinophils had many robust, round, brightly eosinophilic granules present at a
moderate to high density in a palely basophilic cytoplasm. Basophils had many
deeply basophilic granules present at high density that obscured both nucleus ...
Phillip Clark, Wayne Boardman, Shane Raidal, 2009
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PALELY»
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Temporal Thoughts About Eternity
We have only to think of Plato's conception of an unchanging Heaven, where true reality, palely and confusedly imaged in the temporal world experienced ... «Philosophy Now, Jul 15»
The Glorious Fourth: In 1930s West Lebanon, the Day Brought …
... up into the sky and kept going till it was a mere black speck — seemingly as high as the moon still palely gleaming a little above the horizon. «Valley News, Jul 15»
A tepid premiere on a chilly night at Millennium Park
... diatonic tonal harmonies of Bunch's conservative choral writing palely echo those of Eric Whitacre and Morten Lauridsen, with standard-issue ... «Chicago Tribune, Jun 15»
Romsey Choral Society presents - Feel the Spirit
'I can't believe it's not Rutter!' goes the saying, often of music that only palely imitates the style that the soon-to-be 70-year-old internationally beloved composer ... «Hampshire Chronicle, Jun 15»
A sizzling summer viewing guide
This time, it's five days in Moncton. But it's going to be a fun-filled ride in Moncton and Montreal. If you see this column alone and palely loitering ... «The Globe and Mail, Jun 15»
The timeless Adam Voges
He came to the terms with reality understanding that the middle order in the national team is palely weak having a deficiency in experience. «Sportskeeda, Jun 15»
... ("Train Out Of Hollywood") and jazz-lite ("About Love") tracks that loiter palely in the shadow of Joni Mitchell ("You're Not Here Anymore"). «Rolling Stone Australia, Jun 15»
Before the cock crows
He left them, in the words of John Keats, the poet, “alone and palely loitering.” So, the betrayal was cyclical, it was mutual. No wonder the cock ... «Daily Sun, May 15»
Where can You Stream the Austin & Ally Palely Center Panel?
If you're like us, then you need no reminder that the Austin & Ally cast will be heading to the Paley Center for their first reunion as a cast since ... «Fanlala, May 15»
Food review: Scoff & Banter at Covent Garden
Jesus Jesus Jesus …so I shot out of the door and found my guest palely loitering on the pavement, looking justly forlorn. And it was then I ... «Ham&High, May 15»