Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A genus of thoracic cirripeds or barnacles: a synonym of Conchoderma.
  • n. [lowercase] A barnacle of this genus.

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  • If completed, the sale of a TVB stake would represent Sir Run Run's final farewell to the m otion picture and television empire he helped build in Hong Kong starting in the 1950s.

    Henderson Land Official Studies TVB Stake

  • Danone, which raised advertising and prom otion spending in 2009 to 12.6% of sales to expand market share, returned to its annual run rate of 12% in the first half.

    Ad Cuts Can Cause More Pain Than Gain

  • The use of conspiratorial, quasi-military organization, of fronts and the infiltration of strategic organizations as a means to establishing influence, and then otion of themselves as the general staff of some kind of alleged revolution embodied in their own seizure of state power, unite these post-social-democratic factions.

    Rad Geek People’s Daily – 2008 – September – 20

  • Whyfor had they, it is Hiberio – Miletians and Argloe – Noremen, donated him, birth of an otion that was breeder to sweatoslaves, as mysterbolder, forced in their waste, and as for Ibdullin what of

    Finnegans Wake

  • Gentle reader, av you ever been on the otion? — “The sea, the sea, the open sea!” as Barry Cromwell says.

    The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush

  • With these we igsamined, very attentively, the otion, the sea-weed, the pebbles, the dead cats, the fishwimmin, and the waives (like little children playing at leap-frog), which came tumblin over 1 another on to the shoar.

    The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush

  • _ -- This whole week, ever since last Sunday all was alarmed in the City; there was nothing but Co [= m] otion & Confusion.

    The Campaign of 1776 around New York and Brooklyn

  • Well he knew that if by be-traying no em-otion, he could show the dog that he was walking where he had a right, the bru-te would re-cog-nize that right and let him pass un-sca-thed.

    Rudder Grange

  • In passidge number 2, the same bisniss is going on, though in a more comprehensable way: the air, the leaves, the otion, are fild with emocean at Capting Norman's happiness.

    The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush

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