a stand for ink, pens, and other writing materials.
Burt L. pseudonym of Gilbert Patten.
Myles or Miles
[mahylz] /maɪlz/ (Show IPA), c1584–1656, American settler, born in England: military leader in Plymouth Colony.
a stand, usually of metal, for pens, ink bottles, etc
Myles (or Miles). ?1584–1656, English military leader of the Pilgrim Fathers at Plymouth, New England
noun 1. a standing off or apart; aloofness. 2. a tie or draw, as in a game. 3. something that counterbalances. 4. a prop for holding the top of a ladder away from the vertical surface against which it is leaning. 5. Electricity. an insulator that supports a conductor above a surface. adjective 6. standing […]
verb (used without object), stood, standing. 1. (of a person) to be in an upright position on the feet. 2. to rise to one’s feet (often followed by up). 3. to have a specified height when in this position: a basketball player who stands six feet seven inches. 4. to stop or remain motionless or […]
- Stand-off half
noun (rugby) 1. a player who acts as a link between his scrum half and three-quarter backs 2. this position in a team
noun 1. a type of insulator that supports an electrical conductor at a distance from other elements or surfaces.