English words and Examples of Usage
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Chiang Chih-ch'i, when he penned the work, believed that the Guan Yin we know today was actually a Buddhist princess called Miao Shan (??), who had a religious following on fragrant
Nanetta, playing the role of the Fairy Queen, instructs her helpers ("Sul fil d'un soffio etesio" /
manufactured goods such as pottery) quickly.
It is a precious but fragile
Rumor has it that the ú1 million was "bought' from the Royal Mint - and was to be incinerated anyway (as notes that have become too fragile
to remain in circulation usually are).
Bessi×res' cavalry reserves then charged into the gap kept open
by Mouton and tore into Blake's rig
ht flank, cracking his fragile
force and driving it off the ridge in a panicked rout.
The engines were remarkably durable considering how fragile
turbine engines are when compared to internal combustion piston engines.
Fernandez, at the age of thirteen, was described in a review as brig
ht-eyed, slender, and fragile
However, thin foils are fragile
and easily damaged, and are often laminated to other materials such as plastics or paper to make them more useful.
Occasionally, large fragile
specimens may need to be surrounded and supported using a jacket of plaster before their removal from the rock: This prote
cts the fossil, prote
cting it from shattering.
Equipped with fragile
dent front suspen
sion, it is prone to roll, but is still expected to run on hilly routes, for lack of a replacement.
warfare leads to open
ing the region to pandemics, with resultant depopulation, overuse of fragile
soils and a reversion to nomadic pastoral
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