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  • the saffron countenances of their makers. The idol carvers, after putting the finishing touches on the images, cover them with gold leaf or gilt, and dispose
    510 bytes (605 words) - 00:20, 31 July 2013
  • poet, was born at Saffron Walden, the eldest son of six children. His father, John Harvey, was a master ropemaker by trade, and various circumstances
    335 bytes (2,182 words) - 22:05, 30 March 2013
  • second son of Thomas Wilde, attorney, of London and Saffron Walden, Essex, by his wife Mary Ann, born Knight. He was uncle of Lord Penzance and younger brother
    353 bytes (1,577 words) - 17:12, 16 September 2011
  • oblique eyes, saffron faces, singsong voices, cotton trousers, and voluminous shirts; not to mention the clash of Chinese cymbals and the wailing of mourners
    476 bytes (1,020 words) - 12:13, 16 April 2014
  • Tabernacles (Feast of)-Teacher Tebah-Temple Temple Keeper-Tetter Text and Versions Thaddaeus-Timna Timnah-Tobie Tobiel-Trachonitis Trade and Commerce Tradition-Uri
    433 KB (7,624 words) - 16:59, 2 February 2013
  • that it is a barbarous corruption, perhaps of Arabic karkam, kurkum, saffron or curcuma), the tuberous root of Curcuma longa, L., an herbaceous perennial
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  • in her cheeks and about her mouth. She took snuff in such quantities as to create the impression that she owed the saffron of her lips and the adjacent
    29 KB (5,169 words) - 02:06, 14 April 2012
  •  (1885)  The Chemistry of Cookery XXI By William Mattieu Williams 944112Popular Science Monthly Volume 26 March 1885 — The Chemistry of Cookery XXI By
    1 KB (33 words) - 19:25, 24 August 2015
  • which are of difficult access to Enemies, and of easie out-let to the Inhabitants wealth by excellent Fleece-wools, Iron, Lead, Tynn, Saffron, Corn, Victuals
    261 bytes (4,234 words) - 14:05, 17 August 2011
  • turned brown by alkalis. Saffron consists of the stigmata of the flower of Crocus sativus, which is grown in Austria, France and Spain. It dyes a bright
    1 KB (17,914 words) - 10:08, 25 December 2012
  • (the level of) your heels!  I shall (then) see whether you will rise with (your) ceruse and rouge and saffron, and in all that parade of headgear:  whether
    43 KB (6,770 words) - 01:39, 7 May 2011
  • green are produced by using different proportions of indigo with turmeric or saffron, and of purple and orange with these and niba or hsalak." Mr. T
    732 bytes (4,121 words) - 07:13, 2 January 2012
  • saffron, confessors; scarlet, fervour and glory; silver, chastity and purity; violet, penitence; white, purity, temperance, innocence, chastity, and faith
    529 KB (82,880 words) - 15:26, 18 March 2016
  • your waist the chandrahar,And a pair of ear-rings in your ears. I will give you saffron, sandal, myrrh, and plates of pán and betel-nut. Your face will
    373 bytes (2,070 words) - 14:38, 5 February 2015
  • three years to mature. Saffron is grown and exported. The castor-oil plant is everywhere common, and furnishes most of the oil of the country. Tobacco is
    318 bytes (18,830 words) - 23:24, 21 February 2016
  • from Arabia Felix. Tamarinda from Balsara (Bassorah). Safran (Saffron) from Balsara and Persia. Thus from Secutra (Socotra). Nux Vomica from Malabar.
    315 bytes (2,712 words) - 08:56, 5 October 2015
  • also a kind of fruit resembling saffron, and which serves the purpose of saffron just as well. And you must know the people eat all manner of unclean things
    17 KB (3,008 words) - 05:18, 28 April 2009
  • sporting fancy of the West. The ram is neatly clipped, with a judicious reservation of salient tufts, touched with saffron and mauve dyes, and, besides a
    820 bytes (31 words) - 19:37, 24 August 2015
  • explained—“Bhagwa or the saffron colour denotes renunciation of disinterestedness. Our leaders must be in different to material gains and dedicate themselves
    33 KB (5,696 words) - 14:02, 30 November 2014
  • brat and lend, usually of linen dyed saffron, was commonly worn in outdoor life, and was still used in the Hebrides about 1700. A modified form of this
    2 KB (67,489 words) - 17:09, 9 May 2015

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