: The Congress debated the finer points of the bill.
: There comesi a point in a marathon when some people give up.
: At this point in the meeting, Id like to propose a new item for the agenda.
: She was not feeling in good point.
: I made the point that we all had an interest to protect.
*: full large of limbe and euery ioint / He was, and cared not for God or man a point.
*: When times first point begun / Made he all souls.
: We should meet at a pre-arranged point.
: Since the decision has already been made, I see little point in further discussion.
*: Commas and points they set exactly right.
*: Sound the trumpet — not a levant, or a flourish, but a point of war.
: Logic isnt my strong point.
: The stars showed as tiny points of yellow light.
: Possession is nine points of the law.
: The one with the most points will win the game
: 10.5 ("ten point five"; = ten and a half)
: Ship ahoy, three points off the starboard bow!
: Cut the skin with the point of the knife.
: His cowboy belt was studded with points.
*: Willie Jones decided to become Kimani Jones, Black Panther, on the day his best friend, Otis Nicholson, stepped on a mine while walking point during a sweep in the central highlands.
: to fall off a point
*: There was moreover a hint of the duchess in the infinite point with which, as she felt, she exclaimed: "And this is what you call coming often?"
: The point color of that cat was a deep, rich sable.
: tierce point
: rfquotek|Sir Walter Scott
: point de Venise; Brussels point
: The dog came to a point.
*: Now must the world point at poor Katharine.
*: Point at the tattered coat and ragged shoe.
: ux|en|Its rude to point at other people.
: ux|en|The arrow of a compass points north
: ux|en|The skis were pointing uphill.
: ux|en|The arrow on the map points towards the entrance
: to point a gun at a wolf, or a cannon at a fort
: to point a dart, a pencil, or (figuratively) a moral
: ux|en|If he asks for food, point him toward the refrigerator.
*: Whosoever should be guided through his battles by Minerva, and pointed to every scene of them.
: to point a composition
: ux|en|Bear off a little, were pointing.
*: He treads with caution, and he points with fear.
*: He points it, however, by no deviation from his straightforward manner of speech.
: rfquotek|Alexander Pope
: ux|en|He wanted to exhibit his baseball cards.
: ux|en|The players exhibited great skill.
: ux|en|I now exhibit this bloody hammer.
: ux|en|Will you be exhibiting this year?
: ux|en|to exhibit calomel
: The museums new exhibit is drawing quite a crowd.
: Exhibit A is this photograph of the corpse.
*: Mr. Gregson, who had listened to this address with considerable impatience, could contain himself no longer.
: ux|en|a man of pleasing or insinuating address
*: At their turning-lathes, they employ their toes to guide the chisel; and, in these pedipulations, shew to Europeans a diverting degree of address.
: ux|en|the Presidents address is 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Washington, D.C.
: ux|en|I went to his address but there was nobody there
: ux|en|The program will crash if there is no valid data stored at that address.
*: Let us address to tend on Hectors heels.
*: Young Turnus to the beauteous maid addrest.
*: And this good knight his way with me addrest.
*: His foe was soon addressed.
*: Turnus addressed his men to single fight.
*: The five foolish virgins addressed themselves at the noise of the bridegrooms coming.
*: These men addressed themselves to the task.
*: ... good heavens! dumplings for supper! One young fellow in a green box coat, addressed himself to these dumplings in a most direful manner.
*: Tecla ... addressed herself in mans apparel.
*: The young hero had addressed his players to him for his assistance.
: ux|en|He addressed some portions of his remarks to his supporters, some to his opponents.
*: Are not your orders to address the senate?
*: The representatives of the nation addressed the king.
: ux|en|He addressed a letter.
: ux|en|The ship was addressed to a merchant in Baltimore.
: ux|en|Although we may disagree with it, we must nevertheless approve the sentence handed down by the court-martial.
: ux|en|We approve the measure of the administration, for it is an excellent decision.
*: Opportunities to approve...worth.
*: He had approved himself a great warrior.
*: T is an old lesson; Time approves it true.
*: His account...approves him a man of thought.
*: The first care and concern must be to approve himself to God.
*: They had not approved of the deposition of James.
*: They approved of the political institutions.
: Note: This word, when it signifies to be pleased with, to think favorably (of), is often followed by of.
: ux|en|Human [[hand]]s have five fingers: the [[thumb]], the [[forefinger]] (or [[index finger]]), the [[middle finger]], the [[ring finger]] and the [[little finger]].
*: We have five senses and five fingers and five toes. The starfish eats with five fingers.
*: Each finger extended represents one-eighth of a cent. Thus when all four fingers and the thumb are extended, all being spread out from one another, it means five-eighths.
: ux|en|chocolate fingers; fish fingers; cheese fingers
: ux|en|Hey buddy, is something bothering ya? Want me to pour you a finger?
*: a piece of steel three fingers thick
*: She has a good finger.
*: Let the papers lie; / You would be fingering them to anger me.
*: Feeling tender around the face, she fingered herself gingerly. Yes, it was swollen, very sore around the cheekbones, with dried blood on the outsides of her eye sockets, below her nostrils, and below one ear.
*: She fingered him, spreading the gel and sliding the tip of her finger inside him.
*: She smiled, a look of amazement on her face, as if thinking that maybe this was the cock that she had been fantasizing about just now, as she fingered herself to a massive, body-engulfing orgasm.
*: PGP mail welcome (finger me for my key).
: ux|en|The guard blew his whistle to indicate imminent departure.
*: With just the turn of a shoulder she indicated the water front, where, at the end of the dock on which they stood, lay the good ship, Mount Vernon, river packet, the black smoke already pouring from her stacks.
: ux|en|Great prostration of strength indicates the use of stimulants.
*: To a person who is familiar with the use of an indicator, whether it be of one make or another, it is needless to give instructions as to how an engine should be indicated,nb....
*: I found it fully as easy to indicate an engine at a speed of 320 to 340 revolutions as at 80.
*: An indicator will give the working of these valves at all times and soon return its cost in higher engine efficiency. The day has passed when it was only the expert who could indicate an engine or afford to own an indicator.
*: Thou art a man remarked to taste a mischief.
*: His manacles remark him; there he sits.
: He remarked that it was time to go.
: to vindicate someones honor
: to vindicate a right, claim or title
: to vindicate the rights of labor movement in developing countries
: The violent history of the suspect vindicated the use of force by the police.
: A war to vindicate infidelity.
*: In our reasonings concerning matter of fact, there are all imaginable degrees of assurance, from the highest certainty to the lowest species of moral evidence. A wise man, therefore, proportions his belief to the evidence.
: ux|en|There is no evidence that anyone was here earlier.
*: infamous and perjured evidences
: She was furious, as evidenced by her slamming the door.
*: Searching the window for a flint, I found / This paper, thus sealed up.
*: In woods and forests thou art found.
: ux|en|I found my car keys. They were under the couch.
: Water is found to be a compound substance.
: to find leisure; to find means
: Looks like he found a new vehicle for himself!
: ux|en|He kept finding faults with my work.
: ux|en|I find your argument unsatisfactory.
*: I find you passing gentle.
*: The torrid zone is now found habitable.
: to find a verdict; to find a true bill (of indictment) against an accused person
*: to find his title with some shows of truth
: to find food for workmen
: He finds his nephew in money.
*: Wages £14 and all found.
*: Nothing a day and find yourself.
: ux|en|The jury finds for the defendant.
*: They found at once, and there was a short sharp run, during which Linda and Tony, both in a somewhat showing-off mood, rode side by side over the stone walls.
*: Common sense and experience must and will [[evince]] the truth of this.
*: But with thee will I establish my covenant; and thou shalt come into the ark, thou, and thy sons, and thy wife, and thy sons wives with thee.
: ux|en|The cars dull finish showed years of neglect.
: ux|en|All he had to show for four years of attendance at college was a framed piece of paper.
: to show mercy; to show favour
: ux|en|Could you please show him on his way. He has overstayed his welcome.
: ux|en|Your bald patch is starting to show.
*: Just such she shows before a rising storm.
*: All round a hedge upshoots, and shows / At distance like a little wood.
: ux|en|We waited for an hour, but they never showed.
: ux|en|In the third race: Aces Up won, paying eight dollars; Blarney Stone placed, paying three dollars; and Cinnamon showed, paying five dollars.
*: My lord of York, it better showed with you.
: ux|en|art show; dog show
: ux|en|show of force
: ux|en|radio show; television show
: ux|en|Lets catch a show.
*: I envy none their pageantry and show.
: ux|en|The dog sounds ferocious but its all show.
: Lets get on with the show. Lets get this show on the road. They went on an international road show to sell the shares to investors. It was Apples usual dog and pony show.
: ux|en|He played AA ball for years, but never made it to the show.
*: Beware of the scribes,...which devour widows houses, and for a shew make long prayers.
*: He through the midst unmarked, / In show plebeian angel militant / Of lowest order, passed.
: rfquotek|Sir G. Buck
*: "Yes, let Sister Davis have a whack at it too," urged George Bland. Tom Davis, who was Joe Matsons particular chum, was designated "Sister" because, in an incautious moment, when first coming to Excelsior Hall, he had shown a picture of his very pretty sister, Mabel.
: She can bear witness, since she was there at the time.
*: May we with ... the witness of a good conscience, pursue him with any further revenge?
: As a witness to the event, I can confirm that he really said that.
*: Thyself art witness I am betrothed.
*: Upon my looking round, I was witness to appearances which filled me with melancholy and regret.
: The witness for the prosecution did not seem very credible.
*: Laban said to Jacob, ... This heap be witness, and this pillar be witness.
: This certificate witnesses his presence on that day.
: He witnessed the accident.
*: This is but a faint sketch of the incalculable calamities and horrors we must expect, should we ever witness the triumphs of modern infidelity.
*: General Washington did not live to witness the restoration of peace.
*: Instead, Niebuhrs God was the God witnessed to in the Hebrew Scriptures and the New Testament, the Bible of the Christian world.
: to witness a bond or a deed
: The yellow blazes denote the trail.
: The tears denoted her true feelings.
: "Pre-" denotes "before."
*: Whosoever appertain to the visible body of the church, they have also the notes of external profession.
*: She [the Anglican church] has the note of possession, the note of freedom from party titles, the note of life — a tough life and a vigorous.
*: What a note of youth, of imagination, of impulsive eagerness, there was through it all!
: ux|en|I left him a note to remind him to take out the trash.
*: Here is now the smiths note for shoeing.
: ux|en|I didnt have any coins to pay with, so I used a note.
*: The wakeful bird...tunes her nocturnal note.
*: small matters...continually in use and in note
*: Give orders to my servants that they take / No note at all of our being absent hence.
: ux|en|a poet of note
*: The king...shall have note of this.
: ux|en|If you look to the left, you can note the old cathedral.
: ux|en|We noted his speech.
: ux|en|The modular multiplicative inverse of x may be noted x-1.
: rfquotek|W. H. Dixon
*: But thefte serveth of wykked note, Hyt hangeth hys mayster by the throte.
*: And have thou that for thy note!
*: Thall keep me at this noit all day... Om always at this noit.
*: Thou canst do thy note; that have I espied.
*: The miller goes again; no word he said, But does his note and with the clerks he played, [...]
*: The supply of horned cattle at this fair was great, but the business done was confined to fleshy barreners of feeding qualities and superior new-calved heifers, and those at early note, with appearance of being useful; [...]
*: For sale, a Kerry cow, five years old, at her note in May.
*: A cow is said to be in note when she is in milk.
*: A man who drank spring water when his one cow was near note.
*: Be at her note, be near note, come forward to her note, of a cow or sow, be near the time for calving or farrowing.
*: ux|en|There Merlin stayd, / As overcomen of the spirites powre, / Or other ghastly spectacle dismayd, / That secretly he saw, yet note discoure [...].