1 edition of An attempt at a glossary of some words used in Cheshire found in the catalog.
|Statement||communicated to the Society of Antiquaries by Roger Wilbraham in a letter to Samuel Lyons|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||91 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||91|
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London: D. Synonym: white leg, phlegmasia alba dolens. In Sheffield fold is f. I did not obtain a copy of it until the glossary was all printed. Surtees Society,
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The quotation helps Montag understand his relationship with the mysterious Clarisse, who brings joy into his life for no obvious reason.
An involuntary contraction of the fibres of the muscles, whereby the body and limbs are preternaturally distorted. In he became a member of the Society of Antiquaries, who published his detailed study of the dialect of Cheshire intitled An Attempt at a Glossary of Some Words used in Cheshire.
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The list also includes a few colloquial terms that are still in common use in British English, like tipsy or midge, but might be unfamiliar to English-speakers from elsewhere in the world.
This list should include most of the uncommon or obscure terms used by Tolkien in his work. Aug 25, · The main bulk of the book (nearly pp) is a glossary of words as collected by Darlington and used in the defined geographical area.
It is a fascinating collection, and arguably his descriptions are a little more readable than Holland’s. Jan 15, · It's either 1 of 3 things: 1-Its in the beginning of the book before the table of contents, but this almost never happens.
2-At the end of the book, after the story there is always a glossary for the books that have it 3-Your book simply doesn't h. A glossary of terms related to steroid abuse and the use of appearance and performance enhancing drugs (APEDs).
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Roger Wilbraham FRS ( – January ) was a British Member of Parliament (MP), bibliophile, antiquary, local historian and a patron of science and the arts. He had an extensive library and he published work on the Cheshire atlasbowling.comion: Trinity College, Cambridge. Cheshire synonyms, Cheshire pronunciation, Cheshire translation, English dictionary definition of Cheshire.
also chesh·ire n. A hard yellow English cheese made from cow's milk.
n a former administrative county of NW England; administered since by the unitary Cheshire - definition of Cheshire by The Free Dictionary.