from The Century Dictionary.
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- adjective Same as
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Also a plate of sponge cakes, and a highly ornate punchbowl in the same style as the keramic display in the pavilion.
Among the remains of the newer Stone Age, on the other hand, comparatively abundant keramic specimens have been unearthed, without doubt or cavil, from the long barrows -- the burial-places of the early Mongoloid race, now represented by the Finns and Lapps, which occupied the whole of Western Europe before the advent of the Aryan vanguard.
It was this curious early observation of evolving keramic art that made