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72 Metaphors for  hosted

72 Metaphors for hosted

Our worthy host was a Scotchman by birth, and though he had passed nearly half a century in the United States, he was as thoroughly Scotch in all his ways as if he had just arrived from his native land; and while enjoying his hospitalities, you might have fancied yourself in a Highland laird's old family mansion.

Our host is a physician of the island, English by birth, and retaining his robust form and color in spite of a twenty-years' residence in the warm climate.

The main host is Marques Brownlee, affectionately known as MKBHD.

My hosts were hospitality itself, and I enjoyed the unexpected greeting.

"Words," said the host, at length, "is worse'n bullets.

The host was a democratic, developed polity devoted to open trade and now a member of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

The host of the series is Melina Laboucan-Massimo, a member of the Lubicon Cree First Nation, a former Greenpeace Canada climate campaigner and, most recently, a Climate Change Fellow at the David Suzuki Foundation.

The hosts of heaven are adult and over-developed gymnasts.

All the continuing education classes whether their online or whether their hosted at the schools are wonderful opportunities for people at home to really try to do things themselves and have a hobby and learn.

Her host was her guardian and relative; and through his agency she had rejected, at the age of twenty, numerous suitors for her hand.

Weโ€™ve all had to deal with party hosts who assign jobs to their guests, and in Season 9โ€™s โ€œThe Reverse Peephole,โ€ that party host is Joe Mayo.

My would-be host was himself a very striking somebody.

Additionally, Julie's homestay host during her internship, Monica Song, a lawyer, has become an inspiring role model during her study in law.

Host is the Mullsjรถ-Nyhem Pentecostal Congregation.

In general, this holds whether the host is a plant or an animal.

Near Douglas, where the monarch stood, His bitter speech he thus pursued: 'Lord Marmion, since these letters say That in the North you needs must stay While slightest hopes of peace remain, Uncourteous speech it were, and stern, To sayReturn to Lindisfarne Then rest you in Tantallon Hold; Your host shall be the Douglas bold, A chief unlike his sires of old.

The host, or perhaps it might have been the hostess, had been told there should be a contrast between the duller light of the reception-room, and the brilliancy of the table, and John Effingham actually hit his legs against a stool, in floundering through the obscurity of the first drawing-room he entered on one of the occasions in question.

Click her for more information Oct 27th - The SDSSAA Girls' Hockey league hosts is pre-season coaches' meeting at Lasalle.

Vine's host, tall, with shrewd, kindly face, the stoop of a student, and the short uneven footsteps of a near-sighted man, was the ambassador himself.

The primary host, where the flukes sexually reproduce, is a vertebrate.

My host was an earnest advocate of the Rebel cause, and had the fullest confidence in the ultimate independence of the South.

To keep this problem to a minimum, transplants are only done when surgeons are satisfied that the host and donor are a fairly close match.

The host of empirics, mountebanks, and self-dubbed hygeists, which infest the metropolis, and the tinctures, cordials, pills, balms, and essences, so much extolled by their retailers, and swallowed by the public, are indeed so many proofs of the credulity of the age, that to say the least, the march of intellect has evidently made a faux-pas in this direction.

No, not exactly a bachelor host, for Lionel Varick was a widower.

For this tall young man, this host of mine, was Dr. John, and I had been aware of his identity for some time.

The host, Stephanie Staples, is a friend of one of the members of my Journey Group.

He thought she might, perhaps, be a step-daughter of Mrs. Jackson; but how could so coarse a man as his host be the father of such gentleness and grace?

Unlike other talk shows, hosts are admittedly a โ€œwork in progress,โ€ and fearlessly invite viewers to reflect on their own lives and opinions.

A host of South Indian actors, actresses, director and producers were a huge admirer of Irrfan Khan.

AN HOST Is the kernel of a sign; or the sign is the shell, and mine host is the snail.

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But the joint hosts of the fishes may be the mollusca or other creatures on which they feed, and hence the new fields for Atkinson in Nelson's catches.

"The wheat," said the host, "was no great mystery, after all.

Bubbles Dunster and I have been spending Christmas in this wonderful old house, Wyndfell Hall, our host being Lionel Varick.

The hosts were Finnish television personality Jaana Pelkonen and Finnish musician, stage performer and actor Mikko Leppilampi.

Of every other bird, wild or tame, nothing, unless your host be a mean fellow, but the hinder parts will be served, and enough of them to satisfy everybody.

The host is food for their growth.

โ€œWe need to keep looking for the original reservoirโ€ โ€” likely a bat,โ€ he said, adding that the potential intermediate host would likely be another mammal species thatโ€™s more widely traded in the Yunnan-to-Wuhan corridor of China.

Near Douglas, where the monarch stood, His bitter speech he thus pursued: 'Lord Marmion, since these letters say That in the North you needs must stay While slightest hopes of peace remain, Uncourteous speech it were, and stern, To sayReturn to Lindisfarne Then rest you in Tantallon Hold; Your host shall be the Douglas bold, A chief unlike his sires of old.

At a private party the host and hostess are sufficient guarantees for the respectability of their guests; and although a gentleman would show a singular want of knowledge of the laws of society in acting as we have supposed, the lady who should reply to him as if he were merely an impertinent stranger in a public assembly-room would be implying an affront to her entertainers.

Her host was her guardian and relative; and through his agency she had rejected, at the age of twenty, numerous suitors for her hand.

If I wist there were any such knavery, or Peter Bales's brachygraphy, under Sol's bushy hair, I would have a barber, my host of the Murrion's Head, to be his interpreter, who would whet his razor on his Richmond cap, and give him the terrible cut like himself, but he would come as near as a quart pot to the construction of it.

AN HOST Is the kernel of a sign; or the sign is the shell, and mine host is the snail.

In November patient zero was the first to be infected via maybe a pangolin the intermediary, the host was again the horseshoe bat which the Wuhan laboratory know about.

My hosts were simply the same old persecutors with whom I had already had too much to do.

My host here was a farmer, owning the land he tilled, cultivating it and the moral character and happiness of the little community, in which he moved as a father, with an equally generous heart and hand, and reaping a liberal reward from both departments of his labor.

My host is the owner of large estate at Sacramento where he grows an abundance of sweet corn.

My host of that evening afterwards became U.S. Senator from Minnesota.

To what a host of living souls is the history of Scotland what the author of "Waverley" makes it!

Host for the night is rockabilly connoisseur Suzie Major, owner of Suzie Bombshellโ€™s Boutique in Port Dover.

Our patriarch host had been a captain in the rebel army until he had his "belly full of fight," as he quaintly termed it.

I charge myself with seeing that the lands of Willading shall be fairly balanced: and here comes our hospitable host to be witness of the pledge."

Mine host is true Mettall, a man of reputation, a true Holefernes, he loves juice of grapes, and welcom, maister Constable.

Its hosts were Stephanie Abrams and Mike Bettes.

Our host this month is Gary Green.

Your hosts today were Jordan Wheeler, Kirsten Wurmann, Trevor Lockhart, Alan Chorney, and Erica Ball.

The host was a worthy man.

Lucius rose early in the morning, purposing to set forth from Langres to Autun His host was now a great way upon the road, when tidings were brought of the stratagem Arthur had practised against him.

Byron shortly afterwards discovered his host to be, a poisoner and an assassin.

And the hosts chat about Cardi B and Offsetโ€™s on-again, off-again and back-on-again relationship โ€“ they believe people should leave them alone to let them live their lives!

The host can be a fish or a mudpuppy, an aquatic salamander.

Rainbow District School Board will host is fifth annual Technology Skills Competition at Cambrian College on Wednesday, March 4, 2009.

Our host is a physician of the island, English by birth, and retaining his robust form and color in spite of a twenty-years' residence in the warm climate.

All the fairest women of Bergen were gathered at this ball, the host of which was their coming King, but it was to the fruit-seller's daughter that all eyes were turned, in homage to such a rare combination of beauty, grace, and modesty.

For the crusade there was no attempt at a commissariat, no care for a base of supplies; and the crusading hosts were a collection of individual adventurers who either went without making any provisions for their journey or provided for their own needs and those of their followers from their own resources.

After he heard that the host were Trojans, their chief ร†neas, the son of Anchises and Venus, and that, exiled from home, their country having been destroyed by fire, they were seeking a settlement and a site for building a city, struck with admiration both at the noble character of the nation and the hero, and at their spirit, ready alike for peace or war, he ratified the pledge of future friendship by clasping hands.

And amid the motley crowd the genial host was omnipresent, with a warm greeting and a twinkling smile for each successive guesta good story, a happy quotation, the last morsel of piquant gossip, the newest theory of ethics or of politics.

The hosts for this yearโ€™s mini concert were two grade 6 students - Dmytro Khoma and Michelle Betlej.

The host was no laggard in waiting on two such important guests.

The hosts of the show are Smiley and Pavel BartoลŸ.

The host of the inn at that time was Harry Bailey, member of Parliament for Southwark in 1376 and 1379.

Since 2008, it is broadcast in HD. citation Its first host was Tony Snow, he was later replaced by Chris Wallace when he joined the White House as a secretary.