from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A valley, a flat grassy area, a glade.
- n. The sole of a plough.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A little dell or valley; a flat piece of low, moist ground.
- n. The sole of a plow.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A little dell or valley; a vale.
- n. An open space or strip of greensward in a wood or between two woods; a glade.
- n. A harbor; a basin.
- n. An obsolete preterit of slide.
- n. A long narrow spade with a part of one side turned up at right angles, used for cutting peats; a peat-spade.
- n. The sole of a plow.
4 March 2010 at 12: 52 pm its so nice to know that while we are over here biting our nails waiting on all this turmoil at Summit to clear up … that David slade is painting and decorating!
He was an amazing director and all the cast want him back. and if Slade does a good job, i wouldnt mind him coming back maybe a weitz and slade combo
He ruined the reuinion scene for me how about David slade.
I liked twilight but it wouldve been better with Chris weitz doing it. he shouldve done eclipse. i dont think the book is dark at all. just more suspense. so david slade needs to chill with all this “horror” junk because the twilight saga is NOT horror. theres no genre that can cover the twilight saga. the twilight saga is its on genre.
You have to admire the bloke, he could make the Titanic sound like a triumph of marine engineering. roger slade
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And laieng it ready in heapes aforehande, a long the slade, when thei see the Locustes come with the winde like cloudes in the aire, thei set al on fire, and so swelte theim in the passing ouer, that thei bee skante full out of the slade, but thei fall to the grounde in suche plentie, that thei be to all the Acridophagi, a sufficient victuallyng.
The Ethiopians well accustomed with their maner of flighte and trade, gather together into a long slade betwixte two hilles, a great deale of rubbeshe and mullocke, from places nighe hande, apte for fingry, and the grasse and all wiedes there aboute.
SO Sir Launcelot rode into a deep forest, and thereby in a slade, he saw four knights hoving under an oak, and they were of
O lord, he said, help me, for here by in a slade are six thieves that have taken my lord and bound him, so I am afeard lest they will slay him.