the original inhabitants of Bithynia who lost their land to the Mariandyni.
because. Historical Examples Here for some days he lay in pain, though without losing speech or consciousness, and sent for Anselm from bec. The Story of Rouen Sir Theodore Andrea Cook This variety is known as the bec de cane or bear-paw soleret. Armour & Weapons Charles John Ffoulkes The sculptures, however, which adorn the […]
to deprive (a sailing vessel) of the wind necessary to move it; subject to a calm: The schooner was becalmed in the horse latitudes for two weeks. Archaic. to calm; pacify. Historical Examples One day, when we had got becalmed, the whole ship’s company (almost) went in bathing, and a thrilling incident was the result. […]
a small songbird, especially the European garden warbler, Silvia hortensis, eaten as a delicacy in France and the Mediterranean region. Historical Examples The young birds themselves are said to be very delicate food, and not inferior in richness of flavour to the beccafico. The History of Sumatra William Marsden There is Malvoisia sack,” said the […]
noun Cesare Bonesana (ˈtʃɛzare bɔnɛˈzɑːna), Marchese de. 1738–94, Italian legal theorist and political economist; author of the influential treatise Crimes and Punishments (1764), which attacked corruption, torture, and capital punishment Historical Examples He next studied physics and ethics—the former under the celebrated beccaria, but not a single definition remained in his head. The International Monthly, […]