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"A Hollow Place" is a 1998 short film directed by Joseph Anaya.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- production design by Franco-Giacomo Carbone
- released in (17 years ago)
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A Dictionary of the English Language, compiled from Dr. Johnson: with the addition of words since familiarized to us. Also a dictionary of the heathen mythology. To which is added a complete list of all the cities, boroughs, towns, and remarkable villages in England and Wales. And a comprehensive view of English grammar. A new edition (1812)
by Samuel Johnson
a den, a cell, a hollow place. Caveat, s. a law term to prevent proceedings, a caution, admonition, warning. Ca'vern, s. a cave, a hollow place. Cav'ernous, a. full of caverns, hollow. Cauf, s. a chest with holes for fish. Caught, part, pass ...
Barclay's English Dictionary. With which is incorporated a complete modern gazetteer, a beautiful atlas of maps and also a pronouncing dictionary (1822)
by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.), William SHORTON
a hollow place made in a rock or under ground, which runs in a horizontal direction; a cavern; a den. Figuratively, a hollow thing. Sr'non. Cave is a habitation under ground, made either by art or nature. Cell in some little dwelling ...
Compiled for the Use of Common Schools in the United States by Noah Webster
a hollow place, cell Hol'ibut, m. a flat fish of the flounder kind Hole, v. t. to dig or make holes Hölly, ad piously, religiously, sacredly Hóliness, n. piety, the pope's title Holló, v. to call to any one, shout, ...
by John Britton
El, o &ti Eh ▻2 W p-J o pa x H O 13 en Fi Z Ed Ed OS D < Ed B H 5 Cavea, from Cavitas, a hollow place. Cavo, in ancient amphitheatres,. * 'ncluding spire. Galilee at W. end. Miller'sElyCath. North porch. South porch. 1 S. - west tower.
by John Walker
a hollow place in the ground Cavernous, käv'ār-nās, a full of caverns Caviare, ...
The Royal English Dictionary; or a Treasury of the English Language ... To which is prefixed a comprehensive Grammar of the English Tongue, etc (1763)
by Daniel Fenning
a hollow place madein a...
And Expositor of the English Language; in which Not Only the Meaning of Every Word is Explained, and the Sound of Every Syllable Distinctly Shown, But, where Words are Subject to Different Pronunciation ... by John Walker
a hollow place in the ground Cavernous, käv'ār-nēs. a. sull of ...
Compiled with the Greatest Care from the Best Authors and Dictionaries Now Extant. By a Society of Gentlemen
A cave, a hollow place under ground. CAVERNED, adj. Hollow ; dwelling in a cave. CAVERNOUS, adj. Full of caverns. CA'VERS, s. (From cave) Offenders among the miners in Derbyshire. CA'VESSON, s. (Fr.) In Horsemanship, a noseband.
by Samuel Johnson, John Walker
a hollow place in the ground. CA'VERNED ...
by Daniel Fenning
a hollow place made ia a rock, or under ground, which runs in an bar-rental direction. Figuratively ...
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