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  • adjective Geordie unfair
  • adjective Hartlepool poor

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  • The effects of atmosphere, here as elsewhere, help to indicate the passage of time in shan-shui, or to emphasize the transitory quality of the moment in which the viewer observes the various phenomena assembled around the host mountain.

    Shan-shui

  • The effects of atmosphere, here as elsewhere, help to indicate the passage of time in shan-shui, or to emphasize the transitory quality of the moment in which the viewer observes the various phenomena assembled around the host mountain.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Though American traders were probably unaware of the centuries-old cross-fertilization that resulted in shan shui and willow patterns, their visits to the private gardens of the hong merchants clearly affected their overall outlook on China.

    The Romance of China: Excursions to China in U.S. Culture: 1776-1876

  • The Japanese troops landed in Lao-shan Bay on September 18, the small

    The Illustrated War News, Number 21, Dec. 30, 1914

  • "Swear that my name shan't be brought into it -- that no one shall ever know."

    Secret Adversary

  • "Swear that my name shan't be brought into it -- that no one shall ever know."

    The Secret Adversary

  • I will see to it that your bearing a title shan't hurt you. "

    Lincoln's Yarns and Stories: a complete collection of the funny and witty anecdotes that made Lincoln famous as America's greatest story teller

  • It is two o'clock when we reach the Jordan Valley, at a point a little south of Beth-shan, which is on the west side of the river.

    My Three Days in Gilead

  • If the people running the show when fit hits the shan are the same people who remember living in Korea when there was only one flavor of ice cream, who didn't know how to use a shower or a bed, then I'm pretty skeptical that they're going to be able to rise to the occasion of actually launching whatever magical economic revolution that Sterling imagines.

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  • 'Noa yo' shan't see her, 'said the grim old fellow --' an if there's a God above, yo 'shan't see her in heaven nayder!'

    Helbeck of Bannisdale — Volume I

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