A Loaf of Bread
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an Anthology by Samuel Johnson
With equal force you may break a loaf of bread into more and less parts than a lump of lead of the same bigness. DIGBY. 2. Any mass into which a body is wrought. Your wine becomes so limpid, that you may bottle it with a piece of loaf sugar ...
by Richard Webster
It is considered unlucky for anyone to place a loaf of bread on the table upside down. And it is thought to be extremely dangerous for a woman to put a round loaf on the table upside down ...
A Stephen Crane Encyclopedia (1997)
by Stanley Wertheim
Two men each give a beggar a loaf of bread of the same size and quality. The first does this act of charity because it is the will of God and the second because the man is hungry. An argument breaks out among the men of the town as to which ...
by Encyclopaedia Perthensis
With equal force you may break a loaf of bread into more and less parts, than a lump of lead of the fame bigness. Digby. a. Any thick mass into which a body is wrought. — Your wine becomes so limped, that you may bottle it with a piece of loaf ...
The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, by the orig. ed. of the Encyclopaedia metropolitana [T. Curtis].
by Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)
With equal force you may break a loaf of bread into more and less parts than a lump of lead of the same bigness. Digay- Your wine becomes so limpid, that you may bottle it with a piece of loaf sugar in each bottle. Mortimer. It undergoes in ...
by Cyrus Byington
a loaf of bread; a wheel of bread. paska holitopa, n., showbread, Luke 6: 4; sacred bread. paska ,slit sliat ammi, n., leaven, Matt. 16: 6, 11. paska isht shatammichi. n., leaven; yeast. paska kallo, n., a cracker; hard bread; biscuit. paska libishli, ...
Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
With equal force you may break a loaf of bread into more and less part6, than a lump of lead of the lame bigness. Digby. 1. Any thick mass into which a body is wrought. — Your wine becomes declivity of a hill near the sea-coast, facing the SW, ...
A Dictionary of Miracles (1894)
Imitative, Realistic, and Dogmatic : with Illustrations by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
Clara feeds ffty nuns with half a loaf of bread. On one occasion there happened to be in the nunnery over which. St. Clara presided only a single loaf of bread, nnd no other food whatever, for the fifty nuns. St. Clara ordered the loaf to be ...
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- A loaf of bread
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- Morels, asparagus and a loaf of bread
Preheat the oven to 350F and lightly butter or oil an 8x12-inch gratin dish.
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- A loaf of bread ready to be removed from the oven
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- A loaf of bread, a bottle of wine, and thou
Market day in front of the Cathedral of Liceaux, Normandy
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When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a lily with the other.
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