from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of heart.
- n. Material used as fill between walls of greater structural integrity, especially in masonry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Encouragement.
- n. The interior portion of a mass of masonry, as the portion between the up-stream and down-stream faces of a masonry dam. Commonly called the backing.
- n. The impervious vertical wall of masonry, concrete, or even clay puddle which is placed inside an earth embankment which forms a dam or a reservoir bank, for the purpose of preventing leakage through the embankment. Commonly called core-wall if of masonry or concrete, and puddle-wall if of clay.
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And for people who love to snoop, you can even check out how many hearts your competitors have and whether the person "hearting" the item has an Etsy shop or not.
- each course consist of two walls carefully filled with hearting which is smaller stones used the fill gaps and pin the outer stones in place.
"hearting" things is exactly as meaningful as the fact that you have 878 MySpace "friends."
It always fascinating and even hearting to read about authors being surprised by their own stories, thanks for sharing.
It is hearting therefore to see that this is not the case everywhere.
I * thought* I had another one about hearting femme fatales, but that panel might have been moved/removed or I missed it in my recent search and I'll be there too.
From the initial inspection of the building and from the subsequent review by a structural engineer, it became apparent that the Elkins Court building was well suited to support a solar water hearting system:
The crew hearts making fun of Jayne for hearting comic books.
Music Maestros of India and Iran today presented unique confluence of musical traditions oftwo ancient Civilizations of globe, and enthralls the audience with their soul hearting performance held here at Sher-e-Kashmir International Conference Centre on the banks of world famous Dal Lake, this evening.
Sure, hearting McCain might go over big in Wyoming, but there's this new invention, known as YouTube which guarantees that everyone's going to be able to see that video whether they were watching at the time or not.