Mass-produced Children's Books, printed on cheap and lightweight but very thick paper, typically containing non-copyright material for which no royalties had to be paid, printed in large type, and re-using the same illustrations from one book to another. They were produced in Britain from about 1925.
It is meant to imply that everything attached to the car from the front bumper ( front most part of the car ) to the rear bumper ( rear most part of the car ) is covered by the warranty
The term Frankenweenie is derived from Mary Shelley's book Frankenstein .
Mac book air = mba
the term 3G can mean third generation or the network/connection speed.
Rigors is a medical term meaning severe chills. They can come with fever.
Muslims use it to refer to Christians and their bible.
The term ebooks means a book that can be electronically downloaded or read on a tablet, ereader, laptop, or computer.
It means that a person is being put to death.
The first use of the term "emo" was to refer to one of the bands, and it did mean "evoking great emotion."
the 'word' gold comes from the latin term 'golde'. Did you mean 'word'? the 'word' gold comes from the latin term 'golde'. Did you mean 'word'?
It mean pick a answer from something or a movie or a book to define
come to me little chicken (term of affection)
the distinctive style or manner of expression of an author or of a character in a book
a special person who thinks birds are mean and dumb and crazy
The mathematical term for "mean" is "mean".The popular, or colloquial term for "mean" is "average".
The term "mein fuhree" when translated to English means "my leader." The term is often associated with the book detailing Adolf Hitler.
The meaning of the term book value will depend on how you are using it. If it is referred to as a company, it would mean how much money would be left over if the company went out of business immediately. If referring to a car, it would be the amount of money the car is worth at that particular time.
The term greasers come from their greasy hair
Literally, it means "First Lady" in Italian. The term has also come to refer to a conceited, temperamental individual.
The term "Shelf-wear" means that the book has scuff and scratch marks and is not in the best condition .
If you mean the bodily organ,it's "appendixes",and the portion at the end of a book should be "appendices".
The term a la mode is a French phrase that translates as 'to the modern', which came to mean 'how fashionable'. It has come to be associated with food served with a scoop of ice cream, such as a brownie or a slice of pie.
Subvenire is an infinitive of the verb to "come to help, assist, or rescue."
if you mean arches , tacky and bright come to mind