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- n. Obsolete form of volcano.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A volcano.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An old form of volcano.
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I bake my own bread since quite some time and follow the recipe in the booklet I got ... the only problem is that the breat, yummy as it is, usually looks on the top like the crater of a dead vulcano - sunken in!
Also take into mind that, sunspots, vulcano, s the big spot on jupiter etc are all located at around 19,2 degrees.
Andre Fourie (NP) said the PAGAD-gangs saga was only the smoke of the "crime vulcano we are sitting on".
Deep below there was most probably the most serious crises which, unless immediately contained, had the potential for this vulcano to erupt and destroy the very fabric of society.
The U.N. Department of Humanitarian Affairs is to send an Italian vulcano expert to the area to assess the situation.
The principal elements of the vulcano the eruption of which is yet latent, are in leaders of abolitionists, who are obstinate materialists refusing to make use of the means which are offered them in our message to extinguish the burning vulcano.
Though the first formation of a volcano (Italian, vulcano, from Vulcan, the Roman god of fire) has seldom been witnessed, it would seem that it is marked by earthquake movements followed by the opening of a rent or fissure; but with no such tilting up of the rocks as was once supposed to take place.
General Washburn and I again visited the mud vulcano to-day.
"Lecta vulcano" was noted at the end of it, as was not unfrequently the case with the Advocate.