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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of watch.
- n. Plural form of watch.
- n. The leaves of Saraceia flava.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. The leaves of Saracenia flava. See trumpets.
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-- Now give me my watches [SERVANT _fetches the watches_,] my chapeau, [SERVANT _brings a dress hat_,] my handkerchief, [SERVANT _pours some scented liquor on a handkerchief and brings it_,] my snuff-box [SERVANT _brings snuff-box_.]
Reuters Tony Romo watches from the sidelines in a sling after breaking his clavicle.
While jeweled bearings had been used in watches to improve chronometry since the early 18th century, the mechanics of the Huggeford timepiece dated from the 1670s.
In coal country, a suddenly homeless man watches from a bench as wealthy women shop for dresses.
What do you want to bet that only news the troll watches is just Faux?
Today we take a look at attacks and ad watches from the Senate race in Pennsylvania, Congressional districts in Utah and South Carolina, and conclude with a hazy ad on marijuana legalization in California.
Politifact offers up a roundup of their ad watches from the three way Senate race in Florida between Democrat U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek, Republican former state House speaker Marco Rubio, and Republican-turned-Independent Gov.
Activities for the upcoming Spring 2009 season include nighttime meteor shower watches from the deck of the observation tower, a special guest lecture about how the ice age shaped the Jersey Shore, a scavenger hunt and nature collage for kids and moonlight hiking tours.
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She has her eyes and claws set on Frank while Brandy helplessly watches from the side.