10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SILVER-EYE»
Discover the use of silver-eye
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When Immortals run free at night, to bring on darkness, only one thing can stop it. The God of Death, with his eye of shining silver, and thirst for blood.
The American Race-turf Register, Sportsman's Herald, and ...
Silver-Face, Silver Heel, Silver-Heels, by Oscar, Silver-Heels, by Jolly Friar, Silver
-Heels, by I.H. Old Janus, Silver-Heels, by Liberty, Silver-Heels, by I.H. Janus
Silver-Heel's, by C. A. R. H. John Richards, Silver-Heel's, by I. H. Silver- Eye, ...
Patrick Nisbett Edgar, 1833
The American race-turf register, sportsman's herald, and ...
SILVER-EYE, A beautiful dark chesnut horse, elegantly but lightly formed, with a
star on his forehead, and all four feet white just above the hoofs, nearl 15 hands
high, bred by Mr. Wallace, of the state of North Caro ina; foaled in 1767— Got by
Wallace's American stud-book: being a compilation of the ...
2254. SILVER EYE, ch., Foaled 17 — ; got by imp. Silver Eye, 2250 ; dam an
imported mare. Edgar. 2255. SILVER EYE, ch., Foaled 17 — ; got by imp. Merry
Tom, 1556; dam by imp. Silver Eye, 2250 ; g. d. by imp. Starling, 2430 ; — by imp.
John Hankins Wallace, 1867
Handbook of Avian Hybrids of the World
White-eyes Family Zosteropidae Zosteropsflavifrons [Yellow-fronted White-eye] ×
Zosterops lateralis (() [Grey-breasted Silver-eye] CHR. BRO: Banks Islands.
Baker and Ranson 1938; Drake 1936. Note: Zosterops gouldi, Z. halmaturinus,
Department of Genetics University of Georgia Eugene M. McCarthy Post Doctoral Researcher, Athens, 2006
CRC Handbook of Avian Body Masses, Second Edition
White-eye U 4 10.5 8.5 11.5 Fiji 668 Zosterops lateralis Zosterops lateralis
tropicus Silver-eye Silver-eye U 1083 12.9 1.1 9.5 16.9 B 5 13.7 12.5 15.4 New.
Zealand Vanuatu 1002 656b Zosterops lateralis tephropleurus Silver-eye U 101
John B. Dunning, Jr., 2007
Sidelights on Elizabethan Drama
assumes, but there is an excellent reason for believing that it is not, or at any rate
that the author of A Shrew wrote ' Phoebus' silver eye ' deliberately, assuming
that Marlowe was alluding, not to the moon, but to the sun.1 The poet of Wily ...
Finipee: Forging of the Swords
Once again, Silver Eye tries his best to hold tight his tongue, but he is
unsuccessful due to the harsh shaking administered by the king. “Lord Tarlok
wished me to kill you!” “Why does he wish to kill me?” The goblin assassin again
Drinking Songs Janet of the Silver Eye (No air given) 'Tis I who am sad Since
coming to this land; No girl will look at me Except Janet of the Silver Eye. Janet,
don't you worry That Pringle will forsake you; For he hears throughout the land
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