Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A Middle English form of oaken.
- n. German naturalist whose speculations that plants and animals are made up of tiny living `infusoria' led to the cell theory (1779-1851)
“If von have the impukc n, tree, to he enlightened, to know God, then the timdess 1-cds aireach, b. -oken into this dream called me, to some extent.”
“B.oken Heart soundclip by B.B. King recording of 1983 from B.ues”
“B.oken Promise soundclip by B.B. King/Sam Ling recording of 1998 from B.ues on the B.you (MCA 11879), copyright notice”
“At the same time whilst it is a prerogative of youth to be radical and outsp oken, this should in no way be a substitute for solid organisation and a license to eschew the tenets of organisational discipline.”
“S. O'BRIEN: S.oken like -- I'm not going to say it.”
“IThroughout the interlude two had neither moved nor oken -- Mrs. Rackell and Wolfe.”
“I wonder if the B.shop would kindly post these to Miss B. Wilmer, B.oken Hill, West Australia, but only telling her I died here, without particulars, and saying I have written these since leaving home.”
“You get the feeling she'll pull through though, and by the time the chorus (a real, dead-raising miracle of a chorus no less) drops, the declaration of "I'm Br oken Hearted" sounds less the weepy drivel of a person driven to distraction and more a declaration of empowerment and pride.”
“B.oken sticks trajectories for subjects with normal weight (green lines) versus subjects with overweight (red lines) at young adulthood, B. B.oken-stick model of mean increments for subjects with normal weight and with overweight at young adulthood.”
“She uses so many kicks that even her fireball is a Kik (oken).”
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