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1. Sport either of the two defended areas of a playing field, rink, etc.
2. Bowls Curling a section of play from one side of the rink to the other
3. American football a player at the extremity of the playing line; wing

What does it mean when you dream about the end?

Can refer to one’s goals or simply to the end of some situation, as in such expressions as “the end of the road” and “the light at the end of the tunnel.” End is often utilized in idioms, such as “I’m at the end of my rope,” “I’m at my wits end,” and “at loose ends.”




battleground of good and evil before Judgment Day. [N.T.: Revelation 16:16]
end of game in chess: folk-etymology of Shah-mat, ‘the Shah is dead.’ [Br. Folklore: Espy, 217]
fatal raven
indicates defeat or victory by arranging its wings. [Norse Legend: Volsung Saga]
Judgment Day
final trial of all mankind. [N.T.: Revelation]
Last Supper
Passover dinner the night before Christ died. [N.T.: Matthew 26:26–29; Mark 14:22–25; Luke 22:14–20]
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Ender is on track to have served more than two decades at the helm of a community college, after his previous 11-year tenure at Cumberland County College in New Jersey.
In turn the core leads directly to the 8 enders NJ, NY, KY, WY, TX, AZ, NE ME and indirectly to the ender DE via followers ND, MD, ID or SD.
Ender, by necessity, put this spectrum aside when training his so-called Dragon Army.
Harrison Ford, as Colonel Hyrum Graff, has words with Asa Butterfield, who plays Ender Wiggin
Ender nailing along with insertion of cannulated cancellous screw is a simple procedure with short operating time.
The nurse's lie that the medical procedure "won't hurt a bit" rests upon several implicit assumptions about childhood, ranging from the general assumption that Ender will be frightened to the more specific assumption that she can and should deceive him in order to alleviate his anxiety.
Dystopian sci-fi at its best, Starters is a terrific series kickoff with a didn't-see-that-coming conclusion that will leave readers on the edges of their seats, waiting for the second and final book, Enders, which will be out this year.
Readers who appreciated the breakneck pace of the Ender series will be justifiably tempted to skip these parts for the next stop in Westil.
Ender's comrade soldier, Dink, clearly recognizes all this; he voices to Ender the growing discontent seeping even into the ranks of the I.
And if Ender is not afraid of sonorous truisms, it is because her fragrantly Proustian sensibility does not believe in generality, and trusts that the human truth, the meaning of life, dwells not in the big picture but the poetic petite madeleine.
In the words of former East Ender Sid Berg, "on an evening, a summer evening .