from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An earlier, now only dialectal, form of roe.
- n. A shrub.
- n. A thicket; brushwood.
- n. An obsolete or dialectal form of rine, run.
- n. Another form of roan.
- n. A Middle English preterit of rain.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I really like Syrah however I really LOVE the rone wines from the Cornas region.
The scene could have been from the 1961 film Guns of Nava rone.
One should be Summer and the othe rone around X-Mas to avoid over saturation b/c I am sure A LOT more superhero movies will come out around then.
"The selling point was that computerized appraisals were faster and not p rone to bank pressure," says Steven Kane , a Colorado commercial and residential appraiser who is the author of two books on how to apply automated valuation models.
Here you get to experience his origin, witness the tragic death of his parents and see how an orphaned baby known as Tyrone Gorman "TY-rone GOR-man, get it?" becomes adopted by the tigress Malma.
This afternoon, following earlier critical comments by “Rain And” and “rone,” I posted on the Gladwell. com blog:
Or if you're just sad and rone-ry and need someone to talk to ...
I make a simila rone every season, but your cardamom take is intriguing...
Paper ballots have the advantage of being impossible to chang without evidence, and they cannot tell the ote rone thing while they record another.
I pity them because their frigid desires hang like icicles from a rone, and they are so brittle, and when they fall, what remains?