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- n. Obsolete spelling of air.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An old form of aery.
- n. In Irish antiq., a freeman; a gentleman; one of the privileged classes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a river in northern England that flows southeast through West Yorkshire
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And this is likewise verie possible to their master to do, he hauing such affinitie with the aire as being a spirite, and hauing such power of the forming and moouing thereof, as ye haue heard me alreadie declare: For in the Scripture, that stile of _the Prince of the aire_
Maid 800 pesos for 5.5 days gardener/albercero 400 pesos for 10 hours per week electricity 3000 pesos todo dos mes sin aire gas 500 pesos a mont water free trash 100 pesos a month phone/internet 600 pesos a month vonage 150 pesos per month sky 600 pesos a month (why do i have)
In the Community: The Landscapes of Tom English and The Graceful Envelope opened last night at the Hockaday Museum of Art. The calligraphy workshop is moving forward, but Tom's plein aire classes are cancelled.
There is an "aire" of arrogance about his statements..
In papers filed in Manhattan Surrogate's Court, Brian Land, 29, claims to be a rightful "aire" to the multimillion-dollar estate left by the doomed son of the former President.
Claiming the 'aire' of contribution the Critic is a follower.
Being ordered to take a pan of coals and 'aire' his bed, I could not forbear peeping over my shoulders to see this extraordinary man, who was seated at the far side of the room untying his garters.
As that part of our aire which is neerest to the earth, is of a thicker substance than the other, by reason tis alwaies mixed with some vapours, which are continually exhaled into it.
She gives off the "I'm entitled to this job" aire when you talk to her.
Here in Merida and in the Yucatan and also Chiapas, the most common bathroom is aire libre.