I just stuck them into the numbered sequence with little letters; it's a lot easier than going through and renumbering all those references each time I find something.
I could refine and rewrite forever, but I have to stop and submit it someday.
a reference book organized according to the dates of past events. — chronological, study of two or more related but distinct languages in order to determine when they separated, by examining the lexicon they share and those parts of it that have been replaced. This expression refers to the fact that a baby’s toenails develop prenatally.
Funny how we get so exact about time at the end of life and at its beginning" [Sister Helen Prejean]Related vocabulary calends or kalends, civil day, civil year, day, Gregorian calendar, ides, intercalary, Julian calendar, leap year, lunar month, lunar year, month, nones, Roman calendar, synodic month, week, year Time zones Atlantic Daylight Time, Atlantic Standard Time, British Summer Time, Central Daylight Time, Central European Time, Central Standard Time, Eastern Daylight Time, Eastern Standard Time, Greenwich Mean Time, Mountain Daylight Time, Mountain Standard Time, Newfoundland Daylight Time, Newfoundland Standard Time, Pacific Daylight Time, Pacific Standard Time, Yukon Daylight Time, Yukon Standard Time even after the sound of his carriage had died away, remained too much oppressed by a crowd of ideas, widely differing in themselves, but of which sadness was the general result, to think even of her sister.
as could be kept from the knowledge of Lucie was so well concealed from her, that not until long afterwards, when France and she were far apart, did she know that eleven hundred defenceless prisoners of both sexes and all ages had been killed by the populace; that four days and nights had been darkened by this deed of horror; and that the air around her had been tainted by the slain.
Nevertheless, I believe the reference list is quite complete, and should provide broad exposure to all sides of the argument.
The first thing I want to try to do is to introduce the reader to the basic concepts needed to, hopefully, make sense of the various arguments.
Perhaps dusk is a holiday for a blind man because it offers him a brief respite from his aloneness.
He has company because everyone is in the same state of semi-darkness until the candles are lit.The phrase, American slang and dating from the early part of this century, is an allusion to the late hour of the shift, which works in the dead of night when it is quiet and still as a hour Deadline; an anticipated stressful or critical period of time; the precise time established for the commencement of a military operation.This phrase originated and was widely used during World War I.In its most common usage, the expression cites a younger person’s age as the basis for denigrating his status, experience, ideals, or philosophies.between dog and wolf Neither day nor night; dusk.The dog is a domesticated animal, and therefore associated with all that is civilized and ordered, such as the day.The term is currently used in a similar way, especially in the academic world where students often refer to the due, date for the submission of work as D-day.graveyard shift A work shift usually from twelve midnight until eight in the morning; any late-night shift; also the graveyard watch.