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  • The remains of the baine were gone, but the room was still a shambles.

    In the Midnight Hour

  • "We call them baine and they have more than enough magic to get around the protection I had on the hotel room."

    In the Midnight Hour

  • He thought about asking more about the baine, but decided it didn't matter right now.

    In the Midnight Hour

  • She'd used a lot more force to pull the baine off than she'd needed.

    In the Midnight Hour

  • The dark forces had whispered to her again as she'd fought the baine.

    In the Midnight Hour

  • Thus she passed all the day in weeping, and went to bed at night, without any refection of meat or baine.

    The Golden Asse

  • But Thrasillus was very importunate, and at length brought to passe, that at the intercession of the Parents and friends of Charites, she somewhat refreshed her fallen members with refection of meate and baine.

    The Golden Asse

  • This pot is like the baine marie style of cooking.

    Best Recipes

  • (= soursweet), of ‘mur’ for wall, of ‘baine’ for bath, of the verb ‘to cass’ (all in Holland), of ‘volupty’ (Sir Thomas Elyot), ‘volunty’

    English Past and Present

  • 15QI. duced a tragedy on which Lailgi It is, however, contained in the baine and other writers bestow i body of another piece, entitled very high character.

    Biographia dramatica, or, A companion to the playhouse:


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