American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Kornberg, Arthur 1918-2007. American biochemist. He shared a 1959 Nobel Prize for work on the biological synthesis of nucleic acids.
“In a rare indulgence, we manage to steal some time together, as Dave pilots his modified, trademark glossy-black”
“He blinked at sight of Edgar, big and glossy-black on Ginny's left shoulder.”
“The ripe seeds are small, glossy-black, somewhat oblong, and much flattened: thirty-six hundred are contained in a quart, and will plant four hundred feet of drill, or three hundred and fifty hills.”
“Her hair was glossy-black, parted in the middle, and falling in waves about her smooth white forehead; but her eyes were her real beauty, I never saw anything like them, Beth.”
“It was a dashy barouche, drawn by a glossy-black span, and occupied by two ladies and a lapdog.”
““The Black Devil,” as the cook had named him fondly ... a steer, all glossy-black, excepting for a white spot in the center of his forehead.”
“The Black Devil," as the cook had named him fondly ... a steer, all glossy-black, excepting for a white spot in the center of his forehead.”
“The males are easily distinguished from the dull and faded females by their deep glossy-black coats.”
“This parole he had broken one spring when a glossy-black young she-raven happened to fly over the garden.”
“I saw two birds, of the starling species, the red-bellied Picho (_Sturnella militaris_, Viell.), and the glossy-black Chivillo (_Cassicus palliatus_, Tsch.), which are kept in cages on account of their very melodious song.”
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