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Dark Days

Dark DaysBeth did have the fever, and was much sicker than anyone but Hannah and the doctor suspected. The girls knew nothing about illness, and Mr. Laurence was not allowed to see her, so Ha…

Brewer's: Dark

To keep dark. To lie perdu; to lurk in concealment. (Ang. Sax. deorc.) “We'd get away to some of the far-out stations ... where we could keep in the dark.” —Boldrewood: R…

A the Heart of the Continent

Chapter 10 Chapter 12 A the Heart of the Continent Captain Clark continued his observations up the long series of rapids and falls until he came to a group of three small islands…

Brewer's: Heart

A variety of the word core. (Latin, cord', the heart; Greek, kard'; Sanskrit, herd'; Anglo-Saxon, heorte.) Heart (in Christian art), the attribute of St. Theresa. The flaming heart (in Ch…

Brewer's: Heart of Hearts

(In one's). In one's inmost conviction. The heart is often referred to as a second self. Shakespeare speaks of the “neck of the heart” (Merchant of Venice, ii. 2); “the mi…

Fear of the Dark

The Question: I'm trying to find the term used for the phobia of the dark, but I can't find it. Is it possible that you can? The Answer: An abno…

Brewer's: Dark Continent

(The). Africa, the land of the dark race or darkies. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894Dark HorseDark Ages A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R …

Dark Days

Director:Marc SingerPalm Pictures and Wide Angle Pictures; NR; 84 minutesRelease:9/00Cast:Ralph, Dee, Henry New York City is many things to many people, offering starshot successes and skid-ro…

Dancer in the Dark

Director/Writer:Lars von TrierFine Line Features; NR; 134 minutesRelease:9/00Cast:Bjork, Catherine Deneuve, Joel Grey The only person I've ever known named Lars was a highschooler. He wore a f…