Charles Ephraim, 1893–1967, U.S. painter.
a young lady; maiden. Historical Examples Yorkshire Ditties, Second Series John Hartley The Expedition of Humphry Clinker Tobias Smollett The Campfire Girls on Station Island Margaret Penrose Tales From Scottish Ballads Elizabeth W. Grierson The Campfire Girls on Station Island Margaret Penrose The Campfire Girls of Roselawn Margaret Penrose A Popular Schoolgirl Angela Brazil The […]
Chiefly Law. the obligation to offer evidence that the court or jury could reasonably believe, in support of a contention, failing which the case will be lost. the obligation to establish a contention as fact by evoking evidence of its probable truth. noun (law) the obligation, in criminal cases resting initially on the prosecution, to […]
(of a vessel) required to yield to a vessel having the right of way. Compare privileged (def 5). that which is carried; load: a horse’s burden of rider and pack. that which is borne with difficulty; obligation; onus: the burden of leadership. Nautical. the weight of a ship’s cargo. the carrying capacity of a ship. […]
oppressively heavy; onerous. distressing; troublesome. Nautical. having a full hull form, as a merchant vessel built for capacity rather than speed. Contemporary Examples Do We Really Trust Government Bureaucracy to Handle Immigration Reform? David Frum April 25, 2013 Rand Paul and the Certification Racket Russell Saunders August 10, 2014 Are Prisons Bleeding Us Dry? Sheila […]
noun (vet science) a surgical instrument used to castrate animals