Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A kerchief or veil of semi-transparent material, worn by women at the close of the eighteenth century.
“One of my favorite quotes from Saint Therese is the following: 'I'm not relying on my own merits, as I have none, but I put my hope in Him who is goodness and holiness Himself.”
“Therese is also a writing teacher and openly shares some of her best gems for our benefit.”
“Therese is sharing only a tiny bit of the struggle.”
“I suspect Therese is right – I found too many of them to be, er, useless.”
“Theresa Dilworth, co-owner of and head winemaker for Comtesse Therese, is refreshing because she is one producer who could probably sell at least a few of her wines for much more than she charges today.”
“Normally, Therese is the one with the health-related posts on writing.”
“There are layers and layers in Therese Raquin all waiting to be peeled back, like layers of skin really, but I'll stop there and let you read the book to find that out for yourself if you can bear it.”
“Therese is right: the design of the buildings will be fatal to hundreds of thousands of birds over the lifetime of the structure.”
““She called Therese an emotional cripple, just like her brother,” Edie sputtered.”
“Although I haven’t read Carr’s book yet, I absolutely agree with what I have learned of his ideas and with the points made in Therese’s post.”
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