It held breakfast for two, and he racked his mind for who the other was.
He was racked, and only released upon Giovanni de' Medici's election to the papacy in March 1513.
When, after the approach of the cold weather, the lees have dropped, the wines are racked and a further addition of brandy is made.
The tube turns smoothly in the racked wheel, or can be clamped to it at the will of FIG.
He was kept a long time in prison, twice racked by order of the council, and every effort was made to shake his constancy.
Racked again on the 31st of October, he was indicted at Westminster that he with others had conspired at Rome and Reims to raise a sedition in the.realm and dethrone the queen.
Others in that heat and crush racked their brains to find some thought and hastened to utter it.
The wine is racked into clean casks, and this operation is repeated at intervals of some months, in all three to four times.
They are subjected to frequent racking, the casks into which they are racked being more highly sulphured than is the case with red wines.
After the wine has been sufficiently racked and fined, and when it has reached a certain stage of maturation - varying according to the type of wine from, as a rule, two to four years - the wine is ready for bottling.
After dressing in double sweaters, wool knickers and stockings, they racked their skis atop their jeep and drove south from town into the mountains.
On the following day she was taken to the Tower and racked; according to Anne's own statement, as recorded by Bale, the lord chancellor, Wriothesley, and the solicitor-general, Rich, worked the rack themselves; but she "would not convert for all the pain" (Wriothesley, Chronicle i.
The oil when freed from the stearine is known as "racked oil."
The wine is allowed to rest for a further short period, and if not bright is again racked and fined.
Racked with the stone, hated by the official clique, thwarted on all sides, Perrot was goaded into using words capable of a treasonable interpretation.
He died in 1002 undefeated, hut racked by anxiety for the permanence of the prosperity of his house.
Cries of anguish burst from within deep whooping sobs racked his body.
Truss the turkey and place it in a large, racked roasting pan.
So far this year, the video game industry has racked up sales of $10.5 billion.
racked into casks and allowed time to condition before serving to the customer.
racked with guilt and later said that he felt he should have been the target.
A square toothed racked wheel was applied to the tube at r (fig.
After fermentation the beer is racked into casks and allowed time to condition before serving to the customer.
Marty was racked with guilt and later said that he felt he should have been the target.
Churches were burned; bishops and priests were forced by cruel and revolting tortures to reveal the hiding-places of the sacred vessels; the rich provincials who were employed about the court, and who still adhered to the Catholic faith, were racked and beaten, and put to death.
When you've racked your brain and really can't see anything else to try that is going to make a meaningful difference, it's time to throw in the towel.
Bell Canada contacted the firm to inquire about the calls, but only after the bills had been racked up.
Within seven years of launching his design firm, Brown had racked up the accolades.
In her childhood years, Beyoncé racked up over 30 regional awards for singing and dancing and was a soloist in her church choir from age seven.
While Hepburn earned four Oscars in her time as a film actor, she racked up a total of eight nominations.
Justin Bieber: Justin Bieber is a Canadian-born actor and singer whose hit song Baby racked up a record 500 million YouTube views according to his Forbes profile.
Wines are allowed to sediment and the wine is then decanted into a fresh container before it is labeled and racked.
Racked wine is then left for aging which can range from three months to over a year, depending upon the type of wine and the personal preferences of the winemaker.
Each of the winners either racked up several awards, or received one award representing several projects they were involved in throughout the year.
This chick flick racked up awards that were second only to The Last Airbender.
After her children were born, Hunt racked up an impressive amount of debt by charging everything from groceries to toys.
Three-time champions, the Los Angeles Temptation of the Western Conference, recently racked up their latest win at the 2012 championship held at the Orleans Arena.
Stage productions of Mamma Mia have been seen all over the world, and the musical has racked up theater awards all over the globe.
The three brothers had already racked up some pop hits in the years prior to Saturday Night Fever, but their work on the soundtrack really revived their career, defined the disco sound and dominated the genre.
The greatest care is necessary to ensure the cleanliness and asepticity of the casks in which wine is stored or into which it is racked.
These attributes jarred on the sensitive Ritson, who racked his brains for contumelious epithets such as "stupid and disgusting," "cart-loads of rubbish," &c.; and during the greater part of the 18th and 19th centuries Lydgate's reputation was at its lowest ebb.
You are trapped in a small town racked with zombies and must be the first to make it to a helipad for safety.
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