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rosy

resembling, consisting of, or abounding in roses
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Hurrah then that the slice of rump provided here was rosily rare, but also clearly came from a decently kept and butchered beast.
In De Rosily's account from 1772, Vemasse, Laleia, and Samoro are mentioned as the most important realms after the Black Portuguese stronghold Oecussi (Lombard-Jourdan 1982:93).
Some policyholders may have forgotten this aspect of their coverage, rosily presuming that claims will never happen.
Castro, entre los capitulos II y III del libro IX de su obra, le dedico bastante mas de medio centenar de paginas a la problematica de los prisioneros franceses, tanto de los que vivian libremente en Cadiz hasta mayo de 1808, como a los detenidos despues de la rendicion de la escuadra de Rosily y a los prisioneros enviados a la bahia gaditana tras la derrota de Bailen, paginas en las que no olvida las penosas condiciones en las que <<moraban>> los franceses en los pontones, recordando que pasaron hambre y enfermedades, <<en tal opresion que hasta el aire parecia que les faltaba para formar un suspiro>> (p.
sickening, tumorous fruit--just one of many swelling rosily among the
If external feedback, i.e., their grade is not as they expected, students then perceive such a feedback as unfair, as a means of coping and/or escaping their reality that is contrary to what they have rosily pictured.
Not everyone interprets the AP research as rosily as Packer--some argue the positive results may be skewed because AP disproportionately attracts smart, well-prepared students.
Taking a look inside, they found the house's occupants, Jose Varghese (72) and his wife Rosily (70) hacked to death.
Particularly with this season's cosmetic tweaks, this Fox show looks rosily well preserved and perhaps even better than last year and the one before.
Rosily embalmed the corpse plants Frill the bald windows behind the piano.
At the time, Reid rosily proclaimed a "new start" for the Senate, ignoring the glaring political reality that Republicans had made the concessions solely to prevent Reid and Democrats from triggering a limited rule change that would have abolished the filibuster for nonjudicial executive appointments.
Then came designer Rosily Paul, whose collection leaned towards Bohemian chic.