10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «WREATHY»
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The Dramatic Works of Mary Russell Mitford
Hail to the sun-kissed, wreathy vine, The bursting grape, the lusty wine, That
glows beside the castled Rhine ! The Rhine ! the Rhine ! the Rhine ! No stream
so fair that sun shall see, Nor hear such glorious revelry, As when, with dance,
Mary Russell Mitford, 1854
The Principal, Historical, and Allusive Arms, Borne by ...
... on a wreath of the colours of the arms, unless it is expressed to be placed on
something else. Wreathy. Fess wreathy. See Carmichael Earl of Hyndford.
Wyoem. A sictitious animal; a kind of flying dragon, the tail twisted round like a
The London encyclopaedia: or, Universal dictionary of ...
[v. n. \ thing curled or twisted ; a garland: to curl; involve; twist; interweave;
encircle ; writhe : to be interwoven or entwined : wreathy is spiral. Two chains of
pure gold, of wreathen work, shalt thou make them, and fasten the wreathen
chains to ...
The Poems of Browning: Volume Two: 1841-1846
889. last news: either news of her death, or the latest news of her. 891.] EBB.
quoted 'With his forehead chapletted with wreathy hop', and suggested the
present reading 'for the two “withs”, & other reasons'. She then quoted 'Jove' if in
spirit thy ...
John Woolford, Daniel Karlin, 2014
Sydney Beresford: A Tale of the Day ...
in the wreathy mists of twilight — the air so soft, the calm so profound, that the
buzz of insects, and the occasional hum from the distant village, and the booming
of the waves upon the pebbled beach, alone tokened of living and moving things
Louisa Sidney Stanhope, 1835
Then, where the grove with leaves umbrageous bends j With forceful strength a
branch the Hero rends; 1 50 Around his loins the verdant cincture spreads A
wreathy foliage and concealing shades. f. 151. Around bis loins the verdant
The London encyclopaedia: or Universal dictionary of ...
[v. n. S thing curled or twisted; a garland: to curl; involve; twist; interweave;
encircle; writhe: to be interwoven or entwined: wreathy is spiral. Two chains of
pure gold, of wreathen work, shaltthou make them, and fasten the wreathen
chains to the ...
Theopompus The Historian
Hellenica], who says that the Egyptians sent some other gifts to Agesilaus when
he arrived in Egypt and in particular the “wreathy" papyrus. F 107 Having
assembled his [Agesilaus'] mercenaries with the money that Tachos had sent him
Gordon S. Shrimpton, 1991
Encyclopaedia metropolitana: or Universal dictionary of ...
Some [horns] are wreathed, some not : that famous one which is preserved at St.
Dennis near Paris, hath wreathy spires, and chocleary turnings about it, which
agreeth with the description of the unicorn's horn in j951ian. Sir Thomat Brown.
Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose, 1845
Encyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, ...
That which is preserved at St. Dennis, near Paris, hath wreathy spires, and
cochleary turnings about, which agreeth with the description of an unicorn's horn
in Julian. Brown.— Covered with a wreath. Less mild the Bacchanalian dames
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «WREATHY»
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La otra Jamaica de Fred Perry.
... la bisnieta de Freud (Sigmund Freud), ha sido la responsable creativa de este conjunto de prendas, incluidas dentro de la línea “Laurel Wreathy” de la marca. «loff.it, Sep 14»
Fiction Addiction: 'The Beauty of Humanity Movement' review
So, on the urging of Wreathy, one of our Fiction Addiction readers, I'm off to the library to reserve Gibb's previous novel, Sweetness in the Belly. Can't wait. «New Zealand Herald, Jun 11»
Terminal 2 opens for business amid ongoing Ryanair criticism
... project with CEO Michael O'Leary attempting to hijack the official opening ceremony by dressing up as an undertaker and delivering a coffin and a wreathy. «Businessandleadership.com, Nov 10»