Howie obsessed over the recent incident, a man now twice able to foil his efforts.
He lifted the heavy, foil-covered plate out of the oven, stomach roaring at the scent of spiced chicken and vegetables.
After the bland meal was over and the tin foil discarded, Dean donned his coat and walked up town.
Waitz, Deutsche Verfassungsgeschichte (Kiel and Berlin, 1844 foil.); H.
Melber (1890 foil.), with account of previous editions, and U.
In one variety of this fabric, a slip of gold foil is laid under each wire, and left in position after the wire is withdrawn, the cutting tool being then used with freedom in some parts of the design, so that the gold gleams through the severed thread, producing a rich and suggestive effect.
The cathodes, which are sheets of thin lead foil weighing 12 lb to the sq.
Gentile (1907 foil.), with notes by the latter.
De Marchi, Il Culto privato di Roma antica (1896-1903), p. 28 foil.; G.
She hardly rivalled Lady Jane Grey as the ideal Puritan maiden, but she swam with the stream, and was regarded as a foil to her stubborn Catholic sister.
20 ff.), but rather to some form of the idea, found also among the Essenes, that food might so be partaken of as to have the value of a sacrifice (see verse 15 foil.) and thus ensure divine favour.
In it the field plates were sheets of tin-foil attached to a glass plate (fig.
On a rotating glass or ebonite disk were placed carriers of tin-foil or metal buttons machine.
These glass disks carry on them a certain number (not less than 16 or 20) tin-foil carriers which may or may not have brass buttons upon them.
Tunnies, Hobbes Leben and Lehre (1896), Hobbes-Analekten (1904 foil.); G.