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- noun In tcratol., absence of limbs. See
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- proper noun A female
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- noun congenital absence of an arm or leg
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'Fielding's Amelia was the most pleasing heroine of all the romances,' he said; 'but that vile broken nose never cured [_Amelia_, bk.ii. ch. 1] ruined the sale of perhaps the only book, which being printed off betimes one morning, a new edition was called for before night.'
‡ "Amelia" is one of her happiest combinations of real child life and genuine fairy lore.
The pink-nosed bull-dog in "Amelia" bears a strong likeness to a well-beloved "Hector" whom she took charge of in Fredericton whilst his master had gone on leave to be married in England.
Why do you think people have such little interest in Amelia?
Amelia is looking forward to the holidays until she realizes her friend Pajamaman hasn't been getting any presents at all for the past three years.
But this time the peerless art historian and sleuth will be detecting in Amelia Peabody territory, searching for solutions to more than one heinous offense in the ever-shifting sands of Egypt's mysterious Valley of the Kings.
"Amelia is just a bit of a wild card generally," Scorsone says.
While Amelia is out in the woods looking for Bob, she finds a female cat with kittens.
In the compact living room of his split-level ranch home in Amelia,
Amelia is being distributed by Fox Searchlight and is expected to arrive sometime in 2009.