Why, simply, to make fun of an old woman--to deride, to hiss, to jeer at an actress they once worshipped, but whose beauty is faded now and whose voice has lost its former richness
. Every body spoke of the rare sport there was to be.
The friezes ornamented with arabesques, and the pediments which crowned the pilasters, conferred richness
and grace on every part of the building, while the domes which surmounted the whole added proportion and majesty.
and even magnificence of the rabbit's clothing made Dorothy stare at the little creature wonderingly.
All the innate richness
and color and charm of her nature seemed to have broken loose and overflowed in crimson cheek and glowing eye and grace of motion.
It was a monotonous land, with an unvarying richness
of soil and with only one landmark--Mt.
The study used data from plots averaging 25 square metres at locations around the world where the number of different plants - the area's 'species richness
' - had been re-measured after an interval of at least 10 years.
Coinage today doesn't have the richness
of the nicknames that were used in those days.
Recently, however, Tarasi and Peet (2017) included grassland sites from the Carolinas in a large-scale study on the relationship of native-exotic richness
. Other recent studies from remnant and restored prairies in the Carolinas have indicated the prevalence of exotics, including the highly invasive Lespedeza cuneata (Dumont-Cours.) G.
The atlas is an unprecedented data set that has been analysed with spatial tools to infer the patterns of species richness
To put in a nutshell, 'Arzu Anthology of Student Voices" is a rich book; the richness
being of voices, hence the richness
of narratives, styles and techniques, the richness
being of ideas and themes, and the richness
being of languages.
by Times News ServiceThe campaign highlights Oman's most attractive historical sites, featuring the richness
of Oman's ancient culture and civilization.