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- adj. Overlaid with or enclosed within something.
- adj. Having more money available for betting than another.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of cover.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Under cover; screened; sheltered; not exposed; hidden.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. overlaid or spread or topped with or enclosed within something; sometimes used as a combining form
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Thus, if the husband will be careful to have the glans penis covered with the foreskin (and, of course, this can _never_ be, if the organs are united when the vulva and vagina are dry) when it enters the vagina, and will so engage in the in-and-out motion that it will _stay covered_ as the _third_ act progresses -- if this is done, when the climax comes, if the two
The truth is to have your skin covered from the sun.
To her, the term covered far more territory than just the big, wonderful old house on the other side of the long gravel driveway; it meant Reece and Kathleen McCaffrey, her mom and dad.
But if something further be added whereby [the term covered by the reduplication] is attracted to the suppositum, this proposition is to be denied rather than granted, for instance were one to say: "Christ as 'this' Man is a creature."
It must however be borne in mind that the term covered by the reduplication signifies the nature rather than the suppositum, since it is added as a predicate, which is taken formally, for it is the same to say "Christ as Man" and to say "Christ as He is a Man."
And though the wrathful officials of the Bureau of Conscription labeled them all "deserters," the term covered great numbers who had gone home to share the sufferings of their families.
Other varieties of radler-type beer imported from other countries will now have to have the word on the label covered with a sticker, Griggs said and the Express reported.
"Shoppers typically pay 10 to 50 per cent of the cost of a product to insure it beyond the term covered by the manufacturer's guarantee," The Economist reports.
Every city or toAvn in rendering an account to the state auditor as provided for in section four of this act shall deduct from such amount as it has expended the total amount it has received for work performed under section six of this act during the term covered by the account: provided, such work was Proviso, performed under such conditions as require reimbursement in whole or in part by the state.
If the squares don't fit tight, you skip a stripe between squares, but you get a wider total field of view, by exactly the same amount of area added on on the outsides as was lost in the inside, so the area covered is the same.