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- n. A gold coin.
- n. A kind of apple; a goldling.
- n. The corn marigold (Chrysanthemum segetum).
- n. The ladybird (familia Coccinellidae).
- n. A kind of red hop, a sub-variety of the Canterbury hop.
- v. Present participle of gold.
And if I look out the window at just the right moment, the garden will be illuminated in the golding hour of the day.
Labels: anthony burgess, d.h. lawrence, falling from fashion, john fowles, william golding posted by bibliobibuli at 5: 50 PM
Along the wall, the daffodil foliage is also ripening, but grape hyacinths are still showing blue, the frittilaria Uva Ulpis hardly shows but is still open, the yellow creeping jenny is golding up and coral tulips are open.
November 2nd, 2005 at 5: 59 pm alesse says: alesse planking recalculations: gallantly golding untidiness pleasures.
I'll bet he had to attend Oration class as a young golding at Asgard Prep.
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Mr “Ding” golding from suki and ding really knew what he was doing when he approached ringling bros with this idea.
She darted a brief glance at him and nodded, turning her gaze back to golding green tobacco fields.
Nearly all the doors were surrounded with carving and golding.
Admittedly, I was a little shakey on controls as I first started to play but after I found a craft to suit me (Banshee FTW), I was golding courses one after the other and swearing my face off at how over-the-top the airboat racer is at times.
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