from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A flat-topped submarine mountain.
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- n. A flat-topped seamount.
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- n. a seamount of volcanic origin (especially in the Pacific Ocean)
And guyot, since you're such a Bruce Lee fan, look for Justin Lin's upcoming dark comedy, "Finishing the Game," about the making of Lee's last movie after his untimely death.
Very nice! p.s. I thought guyot was also going to be in that photo but I was wrong.
In my head-pounding state, I misread that you were going to lend me a dress, guyot!
I'm glad that Alex and guyot took first crack at your question, Mike.
I'm not smart enough to really answer your questin, guyot, because I write (and perhaps even read) intuitively and not analytically.
So I'm all for the independent press, but like guyot says, make sure to research the financial viability of the publisher and have a lawyer/agent look over your contract.
October 11, 2007 at 10: 41 AM guyot, I've heard Simon is the love child of Jim Clark and a Time Lord.
A career was born. guyot on December 05, 2006 | Permalink
Whether they be state-of-the-art like Cerritos or more low-tech as guyot described, there's something intoxicating about all those books, both new and old, gathered in one place.
The vineyards have a density of over 4,000 plants per hectare, and were planted between 1996 and 1999, free of root stock and raised with the guyot method.
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