- n. Plural form of bearing.
“First of all people, the word bearings is very much unrelated to age!”
“No he didn't ... he meant exactly what the word "bearings" is defined as: direction or position relative to a fixed point.”
“The latitude and longitude are mine, and the bearings from the oak ribs on the shoal to Lion's Head, and the cross-bearings from the points unnamable, I only know.”
“February 15th, 2009 at 1: 24 am thomas fisher: Rush is probably getting his bearings from the Index of Economic Freedom (which Yglesias has talked about before) or Economic Freedom of the World, since Singapore and New Zealand both score rather well on those.”
“He took hasty bearings from the trees in order to be sure of finding the bells again once the war was over.”
“You can say that you don't agree with what someone says but to say that they are losing there bearings is not right" Is this some kind of double standard?????”
“Can someone tell me how McCain's senior advisor would glean that McCain "losing his bearings" is talking about McCain's age?”
“To lose one's bearings is not to suggest an age problem – it means that one has lost their way – and surely that is McCain in a nutshell ...”
“To lose one's bearings is to be confused and sometimes to be senile is to be confused, and even other times being senile is to be confused about what losing one's bearings means.”
“Ok ... so if we're going to say 'losing his bearings' is a reference to being old ... you gotta look at the meaning of it, and also the sentence relevance of it.”
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includes words of the "Prodcom list"
Words that relate to bicycling or mountain biking
Anything related to cycling; no motorcycling, please.
Nouns that are common in plural form but are non-existent or rarely used in singular form.
Words and phrases from Kenneth Oppel's book, Airborn.
Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
Looking for tweets for bearings.