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First First, adv. Before any other person or thing in time, space, rank, etc.; -- much used in composition with adjectives and participles. Adam was first formed, then Eve. --1 Tim. ii. 13. At first, At the first, at the beginning or origin. First or last, at one time or another; at the beginning or end. And all are fools and lovers first or last. --Dryden., First First, n. (Mus.) The upper part of a duet, trio, etc., either vocal or instrumental; -- so called because it generally expresses the air, and has a pre["e]minence in the combined effect.


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- first or 1st is the ordinal form of the number one (1). first or 1st may also refer to: first (grindelwald), minor summit below the
- it was officially nicknamed the the big red one after its shoulder patch and is also nicknamed the fighting first. the bloody first as puns
- it was the first armored division of the u.s. army to see battle in world war ii. on may 23, 2013, major general sean b. macfarland assumed
- other things not yet available to this first wave of marine deployments were insect repellent and mosquito net ting attached to the
- the 1st reconnaissance squadron is the united states military's oldest flying unit, first established on 5 march 1913. the squadron has
- the division was first formed in 1914 for service during world war i as a part of the australian imperial force (aif). it was initially
- the 1st pursuit group was the first air combat group formed by the air service, american expeditionary force , on 5 may 1918.
- the first two years of george washington 's presidency , first at federal hall in new york city and later at congress hall in philadelphia .
- division with a long history having been present at the peninsular war , the crimean war , the first world war , and during the second world war .
- first world war: during the first world war , except for the 1st brahmans, all battalions of the regiment served in the mesopotamian campaign


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Help for word First-intention.

Intention In*ten"tion, n. [F. intention, L. intentio. See Intend, and cf. Intension.] 1. A stretching or bending of the mind toward of the mind toward an object; closeness of application; fixedness of attention; earnestness. Intention is when the mind, with great earnestness, and of choice, fixes its view on any idea. --Locke. 2. A determination to act in a certain way or to do a certain thing; purpose; design; as, an intention to go to New York. Hell is paved with good intentions. --Johnson. 3. The object toward which the thoughts are directed; end; aim. In [chronical distempers], the principal intention is to restore the tone of the solid parts. --Arbuthnot. 4. The state of being strained. See Intension. [Obs.] 5. (Logic) Any mental apprehension of an object. First intention (Logic), a conception of a thing formed by the first or direct application of the mind to the individual object; an idea or image; as, man, stone. Second intention (Logic), a conception generalized from first intuition or apprehension already formed by the mind; an abstract notion; especially, a classified notion, as species, genus, whiteness. To heal by the first intention (Surg.), to cicatrize, as a wound, without suppuration. To heal by the second intention (Surg.), to unite after suppuration. Syn: Design; purpose; object; aim; intent; drift; purport; meaning. See Design.


Wiki for First-intention.

- the intention was for the brigade, with glider-borne forces in the first british airborne landing was operation ladbroke, which was carried
- de marianne , a popular 19th-century comedy of manners : 'my first intention was to film a transposition of caprices de marianne to our time.
- abandoning his first intention of entering the jesuit order, he studied medicine at madrid , found an opening in politics as a supporter
- the battle of marston moor was fought on 2 july 1644, during the first english your first intention, with all your force to the relief of york.
- also known as the invisible primary, the money primary is the period of time between the first candidates announcing their intention to
- members hostile to the grandees' intention to try king charles i for high treason .' meaning 'remnant' was first recorded in the above context.
- on the first day of the battle, the confederates struck with the intention of driving the union defenders away from the river and into the
- the school was founded in 1875 and colonel sir oliver st john became its first principal the founder's intention was to create an eton
- organisations carry out opinion polling to gauge voting intention in great britain (i.e. chronological order, showing the most recent first.
- hurricanes rugby league are a jamaica n rugby league football team formed in 2011 with the intention of becoming jamaica's first



Help for word First-or-last.

First First, adv. Before any other person or thing in time, space, rank, etc.; -- much used in composition with adjectives and participles. Adam was first formed, then Eve. --1 Tim. ii. 13. At first, At the first, at the beginning or origin. First or last, at one time or another; at the beginning or end. And all are fools and lovers first or last. --Dryden.


Wiki for First-or-last.

- the principal lunar phases are new moon, first quarter moon, full moon and last quarter moon. these are the instants, respectively, when
- from first to last is an american emo /post-hardcore band based in valdosta, georgia , originally coming from the los angeles area and
- the first macdonald ministry of the united kingdom lasted from january to november 1924. the labour party , under james ramsay macdonald
- last and first men: a story of the near and far future is a 'future history ' science fiction novel written in 1930 by the british author
- world war i (wwi or ww1), also known as the first world war, was a global war centred in europe that began on 28 july 1914 and lasted
- it is generally considered to have lasted from 1939 to 1945, for the first time in the war, hitler cancelled the operation before it had
- skynyrd's first and.. .last was the original name of the posthumous album first released in 1978 by the rock band lynyrd skynyrd .
- bread-and-wine ritual during the last supper, most scholars agree there is no figural art from first century roman judea, given the strict
- last and first or word chain is a game. last and first may also refer to: the last and the first , a novel by ivy compton-burnett
- form part of the first coordination sphere and are sometimes issn 0022-328x , volume 500 , issue 1–2 , pages 127–148 , last green , first m.



Help for word Firstborn.

Firstborn First"born`, a. First brought forth; first in the order of nativity; eldest; hence, most excellent; most distinguished or exalted.


Wiki for Firstborn.

- firstborn may refer to: the first born baby in childbirth primogeniture , the concept that the first-born child inherits their parent's
- primogeniture is the right, by law or custom, of the firstborn child to inherit the family estate , in preference to siblings (compare to
- firstborn (titled moving in in europe) is a 1984 drama film starring teri garr , peter weller , christopher collet , corey haim (in his
- the firstborn or firstborn son (hebrew bechor בְּכוֹר) is an important concept of the hebrew bible and rabbinic judaism . of firstborn son
- notoc_date june 2010'firstborn' is the 173 rd episode of the science fiction television series star trek: the next generation .
- firstborn is a 2007 novel by arthur c. clarke and stephen baxter . it is the third book, billed as the conclusion of the a time
- firstborn is a fantasy novel by paul b. thompson and tonya r. carter which is set in the world of the dragonlance campaign setting and
- the first installment, firstborn being published in may 2007 and shadow hunters, the second novel, being published in november 2007 the
- firstborn is a digital creative agency founded in 1997 and headquartered in new york city. the company is made up of strategists,
- fast of the firstborn (תענית בכורות, ta'anit b'khorot or. he , dir rtl , תענית בכורים ta'anit b'khorim); is a unique fast day in judaism
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Help for word firstborns.

Firstborn First"born`, a. First brought forth; first in the order of nativity; eldest; hence, most excellent; most distinguished or exalted.


Wiki for firstborns.

- firstborn may refer to: the first born baby in childbirth primogeniture , the concept that the first-born child inherits their parent's
- primogeniture is the right, by law or custom, of the firstborn child to inherit the family estate , in preference to siblings (compare to
- firstborn (titled moving in in europe) is a 1984 drama film starring teri garr , peter weller , christopher collet , corey haim (in his
- the firstborn or firstborn son (hebrew bechor בְּכוֹר) is an important concept of the hebrew bible and rabbinic judaism . of firstborn son
- notoc_date june 2010'firstborn' is the 173 rd episode of the science fiction television series star trek: the next generation .
- firstborn is a 2007 novel by arthur c. clarke and stephen baxter . it is the third book, billed as the conclusion of the a time
- firstborn is a fantasy novel by paul b. thompson and tonya r. carter which is set in the world of the dragonlance campaign setting and
- the first installment, firstborn being published in may 2007 and shadow hunters, the second novel, being published in november 2007 the
- firstborn is a digital creative agency founded in 1997 and headquartered in new york city. the company is made up of strategists,
- fast of the firstborn (תענית בכורות, ta'anit b'khorot or. he , dir rtl , תענית בכורים ta'anit b'khorim); is a unique fast day in judaism
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Help for word Firstling.

Firstling First"ling, n. [First + -ling.] 1. The first produce or offspring; -- said of animals, especially domestic animals; as, the firstlings of his flock. --Milton. 2. The thing first thought or done. The very firstlings of my heart shall be The firstlings of my hand. --Shak., Firstling First"ling, a. Firstborn. All the firstling males. --Deut. xv. 19.


Wiki for Firstling.

- firstborn , firstling firstborn may refer to: the first born baby in childbirth primogeniture , the concept that the first-born child
- the competitive sections award the golden waves to best female film, best creative documentary and best firstling to an emerging talent.
- animal firstborn or 'firstlings': aside from the sacrifice of the 'firstlings' by abel, the law of moses also proscribes special distinction
- wine , and oil , and the firstlings of their herds and flocks, in the presence of god in the place where god would choose if the distance
- he let fly with his arrow forthwith, but he did not promise hecatombs of firstling lambs to king apollo, and missed his bird, for apollo
- the rural writer hesiod, as cited above, spoke of his 'flesh of a heifer fed in the woods, that has never calved, and of firstling kids'
- was to revert to the person whose ancestral holding the land was no firstling of a clean animal could be consecrated, for it already
- of the presence in the burning bush moses likened the tribe to a firstling bull , with horns like a wild ox, who gores the peoples from
- 'his joseph's glory is like the firstling of his bullock, and his horns are like the horns of unicorns: with them he shall push the people
- the column also houses a small chapel inside with reliefs depicting cain’s offering from his crop, abel’s offering of firstlings of his



Help for word firstlings.

Firstling First"ling, n. [First + -ling.] 1. The first produce or offspring; -- said of animals, especially domestic animals; as, the firstlings of his flock. --Milton. 2. The thing first thought or done. The very firstlings of my heart shall be The firstlings of my hand. --Shak., Firstling First"ling, a. Firstborn. All the firstling males. --Deut. xv. 19.


Wiki for firstlings.

- firstborn , firstling firstborn may refer to: the first born baby in childbirth primogeniture , the concept that the first-born child
- the competitive sections award the golden waves to best female film, best creative documentary and best firstling to an emerging talent.
- animal firstborn or 'firstlings': aside from the sacrifice of the 'firstlings' by abel, the law of moses also proscribes special distinction
- wine , and oil , and the firstlings of their herds and flocks, in the presence of god in the place where god would choose if the distance
- he let fly with his arrow forthwith, but he did not promise hecatombs of firstling lambs to king apollo, and missed his bird, for apollo
- the rural writer hesiod, as cited above, spoke of his 'flesh of a heifer fed in the woods, that has never calved, and of firstling kids'
- was to revert to the person whose ancestral holding the land was no firstling of a clean animal could be consecrated, for it already
- of the presence in the burning bush moses likened the tribe to a firstling bull , with horns like a wild ox, who gores the peoples from
- he gave his blessing to the rulers of munster, and they promised to pay the firstlings of cows, sheep, and swine to him and his successors
- 'his joseph's glory is like the firstling of his bullock, and his horns are like the horns of unicorns: with them he shall push the people