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ornate

Highly ornamented.
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But as he passed under the shadow of one handsome villa with verandas and wide ornate gardens, he heard a noise that made him almost involuntarily stop.
I be- came aware of that thought suddenly, vividly, as though each had left a little of himself between the four walls of these ornate bulkheads; as if a sort of composite soul, the soul of command, had whispered suddenly to mine of long days at sea and of anxious moments.
The lama, both hands raised, intoned a final blessing in ornate Chinese.
IF there's one horse who owes me no money it's ORNATE, who runs in today's Beverley Bullet (3.15).
A giant ornate spiny lobster (panulirus ornatus) was caught off the coast of eastern Taitung County and released Wednesday by a local voluntary group that has released more than 300 lobsters over the past six years, according to environmental activist Chi Hsiang-yu.
Ornate Gardens, based in Coleshill, designs and makes highend garden "pods" with bespoke interiors.
ORNATE is on the crest of a wave and rates the best bet at Southwell in the Betway Sprint Handicap.
Southwell David Carr LIFE without Take Cover will be happier for David Griffiths should Ornate continue his current revival.
IT is one of Middlesbrough's best-known and most ornate pubs.
These pretty, ornate picture frames made of hard plastic are quite the discovery!
As well as a swimming pool, the mansion has dozens of ornate rooms with expensive furniture and chandeliers.
ORNATE can thrive back in Listed company when he takes the plunge in the 188bet.co.uk Achilles Stakes at Haydock.