from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A corruption of anemone.
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Trussed tightly into restricting layers of cloth before the heavy, armour-like wedding kimono was wrapped around her, the young woman stoically endured the cer-emony and its aftermath with a bravery Senjin found as admirable as it was foolish.
The first rain of the season was falling, and we felt some apprehension concerning the effect on the cer - emony; but as we looked toward the almost cloud-hidden mountains in the east, we beheld the largest, most glorious rainbow we had ever seen-a double rainbow in fact-and it's southern foot seemed to stand directly upon Mt. Ecclesia.
At the awards cer - Manager Robert Gebauer and his team will help them assess emony, Jeff spoke extemporaneously about the challenges we're all their needs.
Sixty-one-year-old Jack Holsinger and 44-year-old Connie Spitznagel were both made up as pale-faced vampires for their scare-emony Saturday night at a haunted house attraction 18 miles southwest of Cleveland.
Addressing journalists and exhibitors who attended the opening cer-emony, H.E. Al Shehi said: "I am really impressed with the show or-ganizer Epoc Messe Frankfurt GmbH for putting up such a great show and delighted to know that there is a 20% growth than last year.