American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An association comprising the United Kingdom, its dependencies, and many former British colonies that are now sovereign states with a common allegiance to the British Crown, including Canada, Australia, India, and many countries in the West Indies and Africa. It was formally established by the Statute of Westminster in 1931.
“For those who had just served with Ander's Army and fought at Monte Cassino, a new life in tranquil Wales offered some consolation for having been sold out at Yalta and cut off from their kin for two generatons by the Iron Curtain.”
“Here's the list, copied and pasted from Ander's blog:”
“From Lou Ander's blog, he posts a video tutorial for the eReader feature on iPhone or iPod Touch.”
“So I was trolling around Lou Ander's newly re-designed site and I happened across his list of Pyr SF&F books.”
“I'm sure the lack of paint on Ander's troops didn't help either.”
“Just asking the first question had brought a scowl to the Ander's face.”
“Blot nodded, unable to refuse, unable to meet Ander's eyes.”
“He moved as quietly as he could behind the assistant scribe, the red glow of Ander's dim torch bobbing several feet ahead.”
“A few yards into a suddenly wider tunnel, Ander's smoking branch threw its flickering light up the high vault of the passage, showing thirty-foot-high ice columns and row upon row of frozen stalactites, glittering like thousands of needle-sharp teeth, ready to rain down on them at the slightest disturbance.”
“Blot raised the knife and took a step toward the torchlight, lunging for Ander's back.”
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