minutilla, the American stint, is darker, with olive feet, and ranges from the Arctic New World to Brazil.
Fred O'Connor, back from his second stint at the library and historical museum, was now poring over the newspaper and circling the Saturday garage sales in the classified ads.
To attain this end he lavished his gold - or rather the gold provided by the clergy in his obedience - without stint, and conceived a succession of the most adventurous projects, of which one at least was to leave a lasting mark on history.
The latter, often also called Ox-bird, Plover's Page, Purre and Stint, - names which it shares with some other species, - not only breeds commonly on many of the elevated moors of Britain, but in autumn resorts in countless flocks to the shores.
It is a mistake to stint the quantity of piping, since it is far more economical and better for the plants to have a larger surface heated moderately than a smaller surface heated excessively.
After hoeing, or perhaps reading and writing, in the forenoon, I usually bathed again in the pond, swimming across one of its coves for a stint, and washed the dust of labor from my person, or smoothed out the last wrinkle which study had made, and for the afternoon was absolutely free.
Driven to move a two-year stint we can't get.
Whether it's the first picture of a celebrity baby, a hot new couple or someone who's resurfaced after months in isolation or a stint in rehab, it's sure to create buzz and most importantly, sell magazines and garner hits for Web sites.
A long time ago I did a stint of work in an Exeter high street bookshop.
In fact, every part of the garden, including the working sheds and offices, should have water supplied without stint.
So what's the story behind his six-month stint to set up the prison system in Iraq?
If you are going to put five three-minute songs in a row for a good cardio stint, you'll want to choose three songs with a fairly high number of beats per minute, but not so high that you can't sustain the level for fifteen minutes.
John then embarked on a six-year stint with the Game Conservancy Trust quantifying the effect of Conservation Headlands on butterflies.
No, not his 1997 stint as action hero Batman for which, along with his role as carpenter and handyman George Burnett on the 80's series The Facts of Life, he has long since been forgiven (hey, everyone has to start somewhere).
Finding songs released by former Idol contestants after their stint on the show or original tracks performed on the show is relatively easy, but finding downloads of Idol performances themselves can be a little bit harder.
Egglesfield left AMC in 2009 for a stint on the short-lived reboot of Melrose Place.
There were three little stint at the edge and spectacled warblers were seen well here.
The stint in jail, perversely enough, added to his allure.
stint as an editor with BBC radio in London.
During that stint, he helped lead his team to victory a few times during some strenuous exercise challenges.
Betsy was off to Washington, D.C. for a week, followed by a ten day stint in Chicago.
fresh from a one year stint in Australia, previously he cooked under Bruno Loubet in London.
Another rider to be struck by the injury jinx was Mariusz Puszakowski, who had enjoyed a stint at Ipswich in 2005.
During my first and second stint, front brake judder occurred and I had to come into the pit.
He was walking home after an overnight stint, thinking of aromatic nitration, as she was walking into the department.
Her first professional engagement was a brief stint at The National Theater wiping the spittle from Leo McKern's mouth.
Having first joined the Telegraph in 1998, he left for a brief stint as Editor of an Internet start-up before returning in 2001.
Once in China, he began a nine year stint of meditation in front of a wall at the Shaolin Temple.
Our annual carol singing, including a stint at Clapham Junction, raised over £ 500.
stint at the helm.
stint as a radio presenter, she went to Goldsmiths to do a degree as a mature student.
Johnston figures that the experience with Playgirl has somehow prepared him for a stint on Dancing With the Stars, adding that he's in good physical shape so that part wouldn't be difficult for him.
Chaos as the beans returned and i did the readingnew library books stint!
Each January, travelers embark on a three-month stint at sea, calling at around 30 ports.
First rung of the ladder Kurds are especially encouraged to apply: ' This summer a Kurdish friend did a two-month stint with me.
The 19 year old, was halfway through a six-week stint on GhanaÃ¢s Choice FM when the station was busted for nonpayment of taxes.
That was not my experience in a ten-year stint of community living during the seventies.
It was one of five wickets Hollies claimed for 131 runs in a marathon stint of 56 overs.
stint in rehab.
stint in jail, perversely enough, added to his allure.
stint in the army.
stint in prison almost guaranteed deportation later anyway.
Let them not straiten their desire, nor abate their trust, nor abandon their dependence, nor stint their song.
understeer in the first stint and Justin dropped back to 14th.
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Her first professional engagement was a brief stint at The National Theater wiping the spittle from Leo McKern 's mouth.
Having first joined the Telegraph in 1998, he left for a brief stint as Editor of an internet start-up before returning in 2001.
Director Simon Wells has done an above average job with his first stint at the helm.
After a stint as a radio presenter, she went to Goldsmiths to do a degree as a mature student.
The Portrait shows the former Conservative councilor in traditional chairman 's regalia during his stint as district council chairman in 1984.
Then in 1956 he began a six-year stint as an editor with BBC radio in London.
Chaos as the beans returned and i did the readingnew library books stint !
So what 's the story behind his six-month stint to set up the prison system in Iraq?
Driven to move a two-year stint we ca n't get.
Meanwhile, Frances receives a surprise visit from Colin who is back from a stint in rehab.
This was the first time he had ever done that, despite a stint in the army.
He chose to be deported, since a stint in prison almost guaranteed deportation later anyway.
The #9 car suffered from understeer in the first stint and Justin dropped back to 14th.
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Britney has also starred in a movie and had a one season stint on her own reality show, showcasing day-to-day life with Spears and her husband.
Lowell actually began marketing his bedding collection in 2007 with a stint in February and March of that year where he introduced his bedding collections.
She did a similar stint on India's Bigg Boss, their version of Big Brother, in 2010.
After his stint in prison came to an end, he decided to work on the other side of the law and became a bounty hunter.
Kidman stood at her husband's side during his recent stint at the Betty Ford Clinic.
The youngest of three sisters, Longoria shot to fame as Gabrielle Solis on the hit TV show Desperate Housewives after a two-year stint on The Young and the Restless.
She had just started her freshman year in college, but her dream was to act, so she packed her bags, moved to New York City and started her 12-year stint on the daytime drama.
Additionally, he did a short stint as a member of the Sugar Beats.
When he got back to the United States, Anderson Cooper began his stint for ABC, starting with the ABC News and then advancing to co-anchor of World News Now.
The catalyst for her second stint in rehab was a car accident on the morning of May 26, 2007, which led to her arrest for DUI.
She has appeared on several reality shows since her stint on the first season of The Apprentice including: The Surreal Life, I Love New York, and Fear Factor.
No word yet on which "celebrity" failed to complete the rehab stint.
Cirque Lodge is where Lindsay Lohan completely her most recent rehab stint, where Mary-Kate Olsen lived while getting treatment for her eating disorders and where Eva Mendes is currently residing.
Blanchett's Australian mother, June, was a school teacher and her Texan father, Bob, was in advertising after a stint in the U.S. Navy.
It was during her stint at the Sydney Theater Company where people really began taking notice of Blanchett's acting skills.
Like many young Hollywood stars, Barrymore's first rehab stint lasted only two weeks before she left.
Applegate continued to appear in other projects during her time on Married…, including a stint on 21 Jump Street and a starring role in the big screen comedy Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead.
Proving her multifaceted talent, Applegate is also a stage actress who has performed in a number of productions, including a stint on Broadway in 2006's Sweet Charity.
Silverman accepted the position, but her stint at the venerable sketch comedy show wouldn't last long.
During the course of his one-year stint, he worked at the university's radio station.
That was the singer's second trip to rehab, doing his first stint in the late 1990's to overcome a cocaine addiction.
Some fear that Joaquin's past battles with addiction have come back to haunt him and he may need another stint in rehab.
After a brief stint as a dancer with the Disney on Parade production, Swayze played the lead role of Danny Zuko in Grease on Broadway, and took a role in the movie Skatetown USA.
Pretty sure it's time as it seems that he's proven he hasn't learned a thing since his last stint in the clink.
Welch got a black eye and Lovato got a stint in rehab.
This Dwayne Johnson biography includes information about the entertainer's life before and after his professional wrestling stint as "The Rock."
In 2005, when Pierce Brosnan had finished his stint as James Bond in the popular movie series, it was rumored that Clive Owen would be the actor to replace him.
Anyhow, his latest stint in the clink involves…yep, you guessed it, driving under the influence.
Jon alleges that since Kate began her Dancing with the Stars stint, she's never home with their children…as though he would be.
After his stint as a bodyguard, James was ready for a change.
After a stint as an interior designer, MacGraw hit it big with a role in Goodbye, Columbus and in the 1970 film Love Story, in which she portrayed Jennifer Cavelleri, the doomed female half of the couple in the movie.
He then parlayed his popularity into an acting career, a stint as a football broadcaster and spokesman for the Hertz rental car company.
She has since recovered after her stint behind bars and her empire shows no signs of going anywhere anytime soon.
Seymour's stint as a James Bond girl in the 1973 film Live and Let Die catapulted her to fame.
Do you intend to go on to earn a master's degree or doctorate after your first stint with higher education?
The photographers normally do a six-to-eight month stint on the QM2 before taking a vacation, and then resume their duties.
During their stint they may take up to 20,000 photos of the ship and guests.
Honestly, a simple tummy ache is not going to result in a three week long stint of vomiting.
During his stint as Nirvana's drummer, Dave Grohl continued to write his own music on the side.
Although a good amount of their music is electric, their stint on MTV Unplugged showed that many of their tracks are just as great when played acoustically.
The band also began a stint on the famous Warped Tour following a tour with popular band Blink 182.
After a short stint in the Army where he was grouped with other designers and artists, Blass returned to the New York world of fashion, becoming a part of Rentner Limited.
After a two-year stint as an on-camera reporter for the NBC affiliate in Flagstaff, Arizona, she moved to New York where her modeling career skyrocketed to supermodel status.
While a run in the park or a stint on the stepper is a healthy habit, too much activity before bed can hinder sleep.
Often a stint in a video game design school can help you land an internship where you will gain experience that will eventually help you get a full-time position in the industry.
This of course led to a long stint on television, providing trained dancers with plenty of work and opportunity once this new medium gained popularity.
More infamous for his stint on the sixth season of American Idol than anything else, Sanjaya Malakar did manage to win one competition: most popular hairstyle.
She did a one year stint as an in-house designer for a Manhattan boutique called Paraphernalia and was inducted into the Fashion Walk of Fame in 2002.
During her short and relatively unproductive three-year stint as a café and concert singer (1905-1908), Gabrielle took on the name "Coco".
Even if your travels only take you as far as the countryside or a short stint to a neighboring town for the day, a roomy tote bag can come in quite handy.
He is also known for a brief stint in 2006 on the television show Teachers.
During Springfield's first stint on General Hospital, his character was quite the ladies' man.
During the years between Springfield's initial stint on the show, the character got married and had a child, yet focused on his career to the exclusion of his family.
During Springfield's stint on the program during 2006 and 2007, his character managed to quit drinking and started healing his relationship with Patrick Drake, his son.
You can view highlights of Springfield's 2006-2007 stint on the program on SoapsOnABC.com.
Fans eagerly searched for word of her return (before, during and after the actress' stint on As The World Turns) and were very disappointed at her death on the show.
For example, the actual return of Vanessa Marcil for a brief stint in 2003 was a huge casting scoop for General Hospital.
She returned for a brief stint on the show in November of 2006 to celebrate Luke and Laura's 25th Anniversary.
The actress won an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Daytime Drama for her brief stint, an award that was 30 years overdue.
During his modeling stint, Winter appeared in a number of prestigious campaigns, including Tommy Hilfiger, Mitsubishi and 7-Up.
Nichols joined the cast in 1985, leaving in 1990 (he did a stint on General Hospital as Nikolas Cassadine's uncle Stefan) but returned to his role on Days in 2006.
Apart from a brief stint watching GH (in the Luke and Laura days) I've mostly only watched Y&R.
And now, at the age of 80, after her second stint playing two characters simultaneously, she's currently carrying a major storyline - and embarking on what could be a new romance.
In addition to her stint in Genoa City, Longoria Parker has also appeared in General Hospital, The Bold and the Beautiful, and Beverly Hills 90210.
After their brief stint as "aliens", Cassie and Rex came to believe that they were the children of Tony DiMera (Thaao Penghlis) and Marlena Evans (Deidre Hall).
She also did a stint on the prime time drama Falcon Crest.
His second stint didn't last very long, as he permanently left the show a year after returning.
Francis would make two short stint returns in 2006 and 2008, both to tie up family issues for the Spencers, but a longer-term engagement seemed to not be in the cards.
Potential staffers with experience will also spot the tin in your plan and won't be enticed to leave their secure positions for a stint with someone they consider to be unprepared.
If you are just starting out your stint as a cheerleader, watching video performances of cheerleading cheers and dance routines may help your body to subliminally pick up on certain specifics of motions.
While serving a stint in the Army, Frederick Mellinger conducted an informal survey of his fellow soldiers asking them questions about what type of undergarments they would like to see their favorite pin-up girls wearing.
Dr. Rey's Shapewear: Dr. Rey, famous for his stint on E!'s Dr. 90210, the plastic surgeon has delved into the world of women's lingerie with his body shapewear.
The familiar Pumpkins sound had returned but with a noticeable influence from Billy's stint in electronica.
Before her stint on American Idol, she was in music events at her school and church.
It was during his stint in Beauty and The Beast that Nick made the move from Broadway artist to recording artist.
McCartney played Alan Chandler, Jr. on that show, and during his three year stint, he earned a Daytime Emmy nomination.
Her father was in the military, and she moved around the world with her family, living on various Army bases, including a stint in Germany.
Plant supported himself with a stint at Woolworths and laying pavement for Wimpey's construction.
Working with Global Angels, Bedingfield has visited orphanages all over the world, including a three week stint traveling around India.
Nick appeared in a number of plays, including A Christmas Carol and Les Miserables, but it was his stint in Beauty and The Beast that really helped his career to take off.
Jenna Morasca has had a bit more success in the entertainment industry since her winning stint on the show.
Bachelor Jason Mesnick returned from his stint as runner-up on season four of The Bachelorette to search for love.
Elizabeth Hasselbeck - You either love her or hate her, but there's no denying that Elizabeth Hasselbeck somehow turned a stint on Survivor into sitting next to Barbara Walters on The View.
Tiffany is referred to as New York, which is a nickname she earned during her stint on Flavor Flav's dating show.
Port's stint at The Peoples Revolution lasted about a year and in 2008, she landed a job at Diane von Furstenberg in New York.
Richard Hatch was the Survivor winner of Borneo and had a short stint on the first All-Stars.
Canadian born Shannon Tweed is best known for her stint as Hugh Hefner's lover.
After another stint in Japan, he returned to the United States with one of his top students Haruo Matsuoka to open another dojo.
Fantasia won rave reviews, but during her stint on the show, she developed problems with her vocal chords that caused her to have to bow out of the production.
Lyon had actually discovered a lump in her breast shortly before her stint on Survivor but didn't see a doctor because she didn't have health insurance.
June Lockhart, who played Dr. Maureen Robinson, was perhaps best known for her lengthy stint as Timmy's mother in the television series Lassie.
This stint of leadership was cut short, though, when Rodimus Prime defeated him and rose to power.
General Morshower is the NEST leader and had a short stint in the first movie and now plays a larger role in the sequel to the first film.
It was a dangerous combination, one that could make his stint as Black God very short, if they found a way to kill him.
In the early 1970s, Greg did a two year stint playing lead alto with the Ray Charles orchestra.
stint as district council chairman in 1984.
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