*: all the powres of nature, / Which she by art could vse vnto her will, / And to her seruice bind each liuing creature; / Through secret vnderstanding of their feature.
*: A feature of many Central Texas prehistoric archeological sites is a low spreading pile of stones called a [[rock midden]]. Other features at these sites may include small hearths.
: His finest attribute is his kindness.
: In the clause "My jacket is more expensive than yours", "My" is the attribute of "jacket".
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: A file with the read-only attribute set cannot be overwritten.
: Properties can marked as obsolete with an attribute, which will cause the compiler to generate a warning if they are used.
*: ... you can only carry two objects, your attributes clash when you walk past multi-coloured objects and your enemies fly up and down from the ceiling.
*: If any of the video buffers background attribute bits are on, MONO converts the attribute to 70h (inverse video).
*: For as this is the liquor of modern historians, nay, perhaps their muse, if we may believe the opinion of Butler, who attributes inspiration to ale, it ought likewise to be the potation of their readers, since every book ought to be read with the same spirit and in the same manner as it is writ.
: This poem is attributed to Browning.
*: We attribute nothing to God that hath any repugnancy or contradiction in it.
*: It is to be recovered: but that the merit of service is seldom attributed to the true and exact performer, I would have that drum or another, or hic jacet.
*: H?kims atypical actions should not be attributed to Islam as much as to insanity, which eventually led him to proclaim himself as Allah, whereupon he was murdered by outraged fellow Muslims.
*: Soupes dorye. — Take gode almaunde mylke ... caste þher-to Safroun an Salt ...
*: Why then a Ladder quaintly made of Cords / To cast vp, with a paire of anchoring hookes, / Would serue to scale another Heros towrenb....
*: The more, an please your honour, the pity, said the Corporal; in uttering which, he cast his spade into the wheelbarrownb....
*: As Jesus walked by the see off Galile, he sawe two brethren: Simon which was called Peter, and Andrew his brother, castynge a neet into the see (for they were fisshers)nb....
*: So she to Guyon offred it to tast; / Who taking it out of her tender hond, / The cup to ground did violently cast, / That all in peeces it was broken fondnb....
*: it is profitable for thee that one of thy members should perish, and not that thy whole body should be cast into hell.
*: Near Puerto Limon, Costa Rica, Madman, co-pilot and plane were caught in a storm, cast into the Caribbean, drowned.
*: Her bow is not to her liking. In a temper, she casts it on the grass.
*: when the serjeant saw me, he cast his coat and put it on me, and they carried me on their shoulders to a village where the wounded were and our surgeonsnb....
*: You know the saying, "Neer cast a clout till May is out"? Well, personally, Im bored of my winter clothes by March.
*: These verses...make me ready to cast.
*: Thine enemies shall cast a trench [bank] about thee.
*: This...casts a sulphureous smell.
*: To whom do Lyons cast their gentle Lookes? Not to the Beast, that would vsurpe their Den.
*: She then yawned again, threw aside her book, and cast her eyes round the room in quest of some amusementnb....
*: The Clearke of Chartam: hee can write and / reade, and cast accompt.
*: I cannot yet cast account either with penne or Counters.
*: I cast up the notches on my post, and found I had been on shore three hundred and sixty-five days.
*: he is...a perfect astrologer, that can cast the rise and fall of others, and mark their errant motions to his own use.
*: John Gadbury confessed that Mrs Cellier, ‘the Popish Midwife’, had asked him to cast the Kings nativity, although the astrology claimed to have refused to do so.
*: He did the washing up and stayed behind to watch the dinner cook while she hopped off with a friend to have her horoscope cast by another friend.
*: "Fayre damesell, I thanke you hartely," seyde Sir Launcelot, "but truly," seyde he, "I caste me never to be wedded man."
*: I wrapt my selfe in Palmers weed, / And cast to seeke him forth through daunger and great dreed.
*: The cloister...had, I doubt not, been cast for [an orange-house].
: ux|en|The director cast the part carefully.
: ux|en|The director cast John Smith as King Lear.
: ux|en|to cast about for reasons
*: She...cast in her mind what manner of salutation this should be.
*: The government I cast upon my brother.
*: Cast thy burden upon the Lord.
: ux|en|to be cast in damages
*: She was cast to be hanged.
*: Were the case referred to any competent judge, they would inevitably be cast.
: ux|en|a casting voice
*: How much interest casts the balance in cases dubious!
*: The threat of Russian barbarism sweeping over the free world will cast its ominous shadow over us for many, many years.
*: A sudden thought cast a gloom over his countenance.
*: being with childe, they may without feare of accusation, spoyle and cast transterm|avorter|lang=frm their children, with certaine medicaments, which they have only for that purpose.
*: The abortion of a woman they describe by an horse kicking a wolf; because a mare will cast her foal if she tread in the track of that animal.
*: One copy of the magnificent caveman, The Thinker, of which Rodin cast several examples in bronze, is seated now in front of the Detroit Museum of Art, where it was placed last autumn.
*: Stuff is said to cast or warp when...it alters its flatness or straightness.
: ux|en|Casting is generally an indication of bad design.
*: He clambered on to an apron of rock that held its area out to the sun and began to cast across it. The direction of the wind changed and the scent touched him again.
*: a cast of dreadful dust
: The area near the stream was covered with little bubbly worm casts.
: He’s in the cast of Oliver.
: The cast was praised for a fine performance.
: The men got into position for the cast, two at the ladle, two with long rods, all with heavy clothing.
: The cast would need a great deal of machining to become a recognizable finished part.
: The doctor put a cast on the boy’s broken arm.
: A plaster cast was made of his face.
*: As when a cast of Faulcons make their flight / An an Herneshaw, that lyes aloft on wing […].
*: The image of the affected eye is clearer and in consequence the diplopy more striking the less the cast of the eye; hence the double vision will be noticed by the patient before the misdirection of the eye attracts the attention of those about him.
*: Arriving in Brittany, the Woodville exiles found a sallow young man, with dark hair curled in the shoulder-length fashion of the time and a penchant for expensively dyed black clothes, whose steady gaze was made more disconcerting by a cast in his left eye – such that while one eye looked at you, the other searched for you.
: Her features had a delicate cast to them.
*: I have read all her articles and come to admire both her elegant turn of phrase and the noble cast of mind which inspires it; but never, I confess, did I look to see beauty and wit so perfectly united.
: The number one personality trait I hate is hypocrisy. Why cant you be consistent!?
: Traits are somewhat between an interface and a mixin, as an interface contains only method signatures, while a trait includes also the full method definitions, on the other side mixins include method definitions, but they can also carry state through attributes, while traits usually dont.
: ux|en|I touched her face softly.
: ux|en|Sitting on the bench, the hem of her skirt touched the ground.
: ux|en|They stood next to each other, their shoulders touching.
: ux|en|Please can I have a look, if I promise not to touch?
: ux|en|If you touch her, Ill kill you.
*: Let us make a covenant with thee, that thou wilt do us no hurt, as we have not touched thee.
: ux|en|Frankly, this woods so strong that sandpaper wont touch it.
: ux|en|Are you all right? Youve hardly touched your lunch.
*: Now a certain grand merchant ship once touched at Rokovoko, and its commander — from all accounts, a very stately punctilious gentleman, at least for a sea captain — this commander was invited to the wedding feast of Queequegs sister, a pretty young princess just turned of ten.
*: But in fact the English kings of the seventeenth century usually began to touch form the day of their accession, without waiting for any such consecration.
: ux|en|Her parents had caught her touching herself when she was fifteen.
*: Strong waters pierce metals, and will touch upon gold, that will not touch upon silver.
: ux|en|to touch the wind
: ux|en|My grandfather, as many people know, was touched with greatness.
*: Next to sorrow still I may annex such accidents as procure fear; for besides those terrors which I have before touched,...there is a superstitious fear...which much trouble many of us.
*: "Well, but since we have touched upon this business, and for the last time I hope," continued the doctor, "there is one point I should like you to understand."
*: Men of Israhell take hede to youreselves what ye entende to do as touchinge these men.
*: And now it seemed he was engaged in something which touched them closely, but must be hidden from their knowledge.
: ux|en|Stefan was touched by the songs message of hope.
: ux|en|He had been drinking over lunch, and was clearly touched.
: ux|en|The bill was finally touched after many hours of deliberation.
: ux|en|I was running short, so I touched old Bertie for a fiver.
: ux|en|You must be touched if you think Im taking your advice.
*: There was his mistress, Maria Morano. I dont think Ive ever seen anything to touch her, and when you work for the screen [as I do] youre apt to have a pretty exacting standard of female beauty.
*: On Sunday afternoon it was as dark as night, with barely room for two riders abreast on a gradient that touches 20%.
*: I mean to touch your love indeed.
*: The lines, though touched but faintly, are drawn right.
: rfquotek|Francis Bacon
: ux|en|to touch an instrument of music
*: [They] touched their golden harps.
*: A person in the royal retinue touched a light and lively air on the flageolet.
*: No decree of mine,...[to] touch with lightest moment of impulse his free will.
: Suddenly, in the crowd, I felt a touch at my shoulder.
: With the lights out, she had to rely on touch to find her desk.
: He performed one of Ravels piano concertos with a wonderfully light and playful touch.
: Clever touches like this are what make her such a brilliant writer.
: Move it left just a touch and it will be perfect.
*: Madam, I have a touch of your condition.
: He got the ball, and kicked it straight out into touch.
: He promised to keep in touch while he was away.
: I used to be a great chess player but Ive lost my touch.
*: Not alone / The death of Fulvia, with more urgent touches, / Do strongly speak to us.
*: a true, natural, and a sensible touch of mercy
*: Speech of touch toward others should be sparingly used.
*: Never give the least touch with your pencil till you have well examined your design.
*: Print my preface in such form as, in the booksellers phrase, will make a sixpenny touch.
*: Now do I play the touch.
*: a neat new monument of touch and alabaster
*: equity, the true touch of all laws
*: friends of noble touch
: a heavy touch, or a light touch
: rfquotek|J. Knowles
: ux|en|The picture I took out the car window had streaks.
: ux|en|I hope I can keep up this streak of accomplishments.
: ux|en|I was on a winning streak until the fourth game, where I was dealt terrible cards.
: ux|en|Shes a quiet, bookish person, but she has a rebellious streak.
: If you clean a window in direct sunlight, it will streak.
: It was a pleasant game until some guy went streaking across the field.
: You will streak a window by cleaning it in direct sunlight.