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Several

= separate; that which is severed or separate; each, as “all and several.” Azariah was a leper, and “dwelt in a several house” (2 Kings xv.5). Source: Dictionary o…

Head

(Latin, caput; Saxon, hedfod; Scotch, hafet; contracted into head.) Better be the head of an ass than the tail of a horse. Better be foremost amongst commoners than the lowest of the arist…

Luther SEVERANCE

SEVERANCE, Luther, a Representative from Maine; born in Montague, Mass., October 26, 1797; moved with his parents to Cazenovia, N.Y., in 1799; attended the common schools; learned the printer 

The Severity of an Earthquake

Source: National Earthquake Information Center, U.S. Geological Survey Earthquakes are the result of forces deep within Earth's interior that continuously affect its surface. The energy from …

Guatemala Signs Several Trade Agreements

Director:Abel FerraraWriter:Nicholas St. JohnDirector of Photography:Ken KelschEditors:Bill Pankow and Mayin LoMusic:Joe DeliaProduction Designer:Charles LagolaProducer:Mary KaneOctober Films;…

Edith Head

"Gowns by Edith Head" was one of the most-seen motion picture credits of the 20th century. She was Oscar-nominated an amazing 35 times, winning a total of eight best costume design Oscars for her work…

Head and Shoulders

A phrase of sundry shades of meaning. Thus “head and shoulders taller” means considerably tall; to turn one out head and shoulders means to drive one out forcibly and without ce…

Heads or Tails

Guess whether the coin tossed up will come down with headside uppermost or not. The side not bearing the head has various devices, sometimes Britannia, sometimes George and the Dragon, some…