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earthy

Electrical engineering on the earthed side of an electrical circuit, but not necessarily with a direct current connection to earth
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It's a pale, pretty pink with quite a toasty smell and a rich, spicy, almost earthily fruity taste.
As a sign ruled by Venus it's not surprising that you can speak the language of love to that special person both fluently and earthily.
Hugh Lauder looked after the four guest editors that year and he and Michael Harlow and I used to go to a Hungarian restaurant near the Square and eat goulash while Hugh spoke earthily about Marxism and poetry and Michael affected a Yeatsian sublimity as he expounded the path of Jung.
Auster narrates his bittersweet novel and provides an earthily sensitive reading.
Lucius (Kevin McKidd) is one of Caesar's centurions with his own soap opera bubbling at home, while Titus Pullo (Ray Stevenson) is his most earthily loutish soldier, whom Lucius despises but comes to rely upon for his grit and aqueduct (rather than street) smarts.
To the contrary, Trio A, 1966, danced by Rainer and captured on film in 1978, is strangely, earthily graceful.
However earthily they like to present themselves, critics and poets alike are addicted to the rhetorical juggling of opposites.