from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. the west; the area of the setting sun
- adj. pertaining to the west, westerly
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Western; occidental.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- [capitalized] A division of the Paleozoic strata in Pennsylvania, according to the nomenclature suggested by H. D. Rogers: it corresponds to the Catskill group of the New York survey, forming one of the divisions of the Upper Devonian.
És el que estem fent ara: ens ha fallat el primer ponent de la tarda, i ens hem empescat una petita ronda de presentacions de les entitats que hem organitzat tota aquesta gran festa.
A spokesman for his successful op ponent in the Sept. 14 Democratic primary, Vincent Gray, said voters rarely mentioned the issue.
Fortunately his op - ponent was a child, and a childish example would suffice.
She was a girl of about his size, which meant also his age, because the werewolves matured at the rate of their slow com - ponent, the human one.
But per capita expenditures for this program com - ponent, as for HI, are projected to grow in line with per capita health care costs over the long run.
He really hadn't expected the luck of a full strike, but his op-ponent had evidently anticipated a blow to the head rather than the hand.
He stored it in a far recess of his mind and moved on, concentrating on his work and his career, which by all ac-counts were far more successful than any selective com-ponent of his personal life.
The quick retreat caught Flint off guard, and he instantly crouched, watching his op - ponent warily.
Finding his op-ponent helpless, Emien crossed his dagger over his quillon and bore down with both hands.
The Sathid had spoken the truth; the op-ponent she faced was herself.