American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Still, Andrew Taylor 1828-1917. American physician who founded osteopathy (1874).
“Environmental artist Jane Ingram Allen will be presenting a series of installations at the Tenri Gallery in the Tenri Cultural Institute in New York City, under the title Still Water.”
“Her poem "Still" is especially expressive in this context, where she creates in the very first lines an almost anguished expressionistic situation: a train is on its way somewhere but no one steps off because the freight cars are hermetically sealed and the passengers – symbolically represented by Jewish names – can not determine the direction of the trip:”
“The ´ Although the term Still Bay was subse - Nubian complex, containing truncated and quently appropriated for use as far a ﬁ eld as facetted Nazlet Khater points, occurs in the Kenya and Zambia (Leakey, 1931; Cooke & Nile Valley (van Peer, 1991,”
“WOW Senator McCain – Still sour grapes from the Bush administration and losing the election??????”
“Still, is that $1 trillion affordable if we really needed to switch to nuclear?”
“The Harvard University setting plays an important role in Still Alice.”
“Eros Entertainment Still from the film 'Anjaana Anjaani'.”
“Still, is the risk of possible very negative side effects worth it in the long run?”
“You know, he had an album out called Love Opus that he just released and he and I did a single on it called "Still Missing You.”
“To several of you America Was and Still is a christian country but it is falling fast.”
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