from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Terneplate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of tarn.
- n. Same as terne-plate.
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In aliqua parte terne sunt aliqu� modic� silu� alia vero est sine lignis omnino.
For trumpets/terne to chaunge mine Oaten reeds ...
The report of Ira Ayer, special agent of the Treasury Department, shows that at the date of September 30, 1892, there were 32 companies manufacturing tin and terne plate in the United States and 14 companies building new works for such manufacture.
The exit of a single number was called extrait, and it won 15 times the amount deposited, and 70 times if the number was determined; the exit of two numbers was called the ambe, winning 270 times the deposit, and 5100 times if the number was determined; -- the exit of three numbers was called the terne, winning 5500 times; the quaterne, or exit of four numbers, won 75,000 times the deposit.
Only the simple drawing, the ambe and the terne to be retained; the quarterne and the quine to be abolished.
At the second drawing a terne of forty thousand francs obliged me to borrow money.
The balance is used in ballast and counter weights, brass and bronze, foil, terne metal, type metal, and wire.
Capello, Lippi Le 30 terne arbitrali di Sudafrica 2010 L'Italia è rappresentata da Rosetti, assistenti Calcagno e Ayroldi.
Per la Svizzera scelto Massimo Busacca Sono queste le 30 terne arbitrali scelte dalla Fifa per i prossimi Mondiali in Sudafrica.
Svizzera scelto Massimo Busacca Sono queste le 30 terne arbitrali scelte dalla Fifa per i prossimi Mondiali in Sudafrica.
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