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"An Idler" is a book by John Hay.
- also known as "An idler John Hay's social and aesthetic commentaries for the press during the Civil War, 1861-1865"; "An idler: John Hay's social and aesthetic commentaries for the press during the Civil War, 1861-1865"
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by Toshiaki Suhara, Masatoshi Fujimura
is generated in the interaction, and the wave is called an idler wave. For LiNbO, waveguide QPM-OPA devices based on the interaction through the largest NLO tensor element c/33, all three waves are extraordinary polarized. We assume that there is no reflection at both waveguide facets. The configuration of a waveguide QPM-OPO device is shown in Fig. 10.1(b). The OPO device is fabricated by applying cavity mirrors to the front and ...
—an idler is a lethargic person. (D) looks good—a tormentor is vicious or cruel. The opposite sort of person would be kinder and more sympathetic—a tormentor is never sympathetic. 35. C A badge is the identification worn by a policeman.
An Irish-English Dictionary, Containing Upwards of Twenty Thousand Words that Never Appeared in Any Former Irish Lexicon: with Copious Quotations from the Most Esteemed Ancient and Modern Writers, to Elucidate the Meaning of Obscure Words and Numerous Comparisons ... ; to which is Annexed, a Compendious Irish Grammar. By Edward O'Reilly (1821)
an idler 5spat, grath, s. m. a sod, orturf S5hat Sluss)h, sgrath ghlugar, s. a quag-mire $Spatanac, зgrathanach, s. m. an idler : Sspeata)pe, sgreachaire, s. m. a screecher . Sspeas, sgreag, s. f. a crag, rock $ Spjubal, griubal, s. m. a scruple :SSptio, sgrud, s. m. examination SSйu)bleacan, sgrubleachan, s. m. a scribbler :Ssruleae, sgruleach, s, notes, collection $Shujc, sgruit, s. f. a carrion; any lean creature } } s. m. an oven-sweep suabos, sgиabog, s. f. a ...
an Anthology by Samuel Johnson
An idler; a ...
ENGLISH - ENGLISH DICTIONARY (2015)
by V&S EDITORIAL BOARD
Keep an idler, in case you ...
An Irish-English Dictionary (1922)
by P.S. Dinneen
are, ea, an idler, a street-walker. Squirigtéeeame, f., a hasty, wry oo . stein-o, g., -e, pl. -e, ante, and wanna, f., a street; 411 Leaf:esolt “time, on the ...
by Thomas de Vere Coneys
an idler, a sluggard, OftolcA,8.pl. a pair of pot-hooks, О pol, id.
In which the Words are Explained in Their Different Senses, Authorized by the Names of the Writers by Whom They are Used, Or the Titles of the Works in which They Occur, and Deduced from Their Originals by John Jamieson
An idler, a vagabond. Acts Ja. II. L.B. wayv-iare, relinquere; or corr. from O. Fr. vavasseur, the subject of a vassal. WAUNTY, adj. Boastful, S. Fr. vanteur. Ritson. UDAL, adj. A term applied to lands held by uninterrupted succession, without any original charter, and without subjection to feudal service, or the acknowledgment of any superior. Barry. Isl. odal, bona avita, fundi, allodium t from od, anc. aud, oed, possession. UnAL-MAN, UDELAR, UDALLER, s. One who holds property by udal ...
A sluggard ; an idler. ' DRE'AMLESS, ddj. without dreams. DREAR, adj. mournful; dismal. DRE'ARY, atlj. sorrowful; distresssul. Gloomy; dismal; horrid. DREDGE, '1. si a kind ...
A Dictionary, Sanscrit and English: Translated, Amended and Enlarged, From an Original Compilation Prepared by Learned Natives. - Calcutta, Pereira 1819 (1819)
by Horace-Hayman Wilson
:5 An idler, one who lives to no purpose. Med. 7 The Sam], a sort of pine ...
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