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South South, adv. 1. Toward the south; southward. 2. From the south; as, the wind blows south. --Bacon., South South, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Southed; p. pr. & vb. n. Southing.] 1. To turn or move toward the south; to veer toward the south. 2. (Astron.) To come to the meridian; to cross the north and south line; -- said chiefly of the moon; as, the moon souths at nine., South South, a. Lying toward the south; situated at the south, or in a southern direction from the point of observation or reckoning; proceeding toward the south, or coming from the south; blowing from the south; southern; as, the south pole. ``At the south entry.' --Shak. South-Sea tea (Bot.) See Yaupon.


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- the southern united states—commonly referred to as the american south, dixie , or simply the south—is an area comprising the southeastern
- south is a noun , adjective , or adverb indicating direction or geography . it is one of the four cardinal directions or compass
- south korea. (en-us-south korea. ogg , listen , help no officially the republic of korea (대한민국; hanja : ko , 大韓民國; daehan minguk
- south africa, officially the republic of south africa, is a country located at the southern tip of africa. stretches along the south
- south america - is a continent located in the western hemisphere , mostly in the southern hemisphere , with a relatively small portion in
- south asia or southern asia is the south ern region of the asia n continent , which comprises the sub-himalayan countries and, for some
- south carolina. audio en-us-south carolina. ogg , ˌ , s , aʊ , θ , _ , k , ær , ə , ˈ , l , aɪ , n , ə is a state in the southeastern united
- south australia (abbreviated as sa) is a state in the southern central part of australia. it covers some of the most arid parts of the
- european, māori , demonym south islander , additional info the south island or te waipounamu is the larger of the two major islands of
- south india is the area encompassing india 's states of andhra pradesh , karnataka , kerala and tamil nadu as well as the union


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Help for word South-African-prune.

Prune Prune, n. [F. prune, from L. prunum a plum. See Plum.] A plum; esp., a dried plum, used in cookery; as, French or Turkish prunes; California prunes. German prune (Bot.), a large dark purple plum, of oval shape, often one-sided. It is much used for preserving, either dried or in sirup. Prune tree. (Bot.) (a) A tree of the genus Prunus (P. domestica), which produces prunes. (b) The West Indian tree, Prunus occidentalis. South African prune (Bot.), the edible fruit of a sapindaceous tree (Pappea Capensis).


Wiki for South-African-prune.

- south african wine has a history dating back to 1659. hectare (1,300 per acre) and pruned to keep yields down to 49–56 hl/ha (2.8–3.2 tons/acre).
- people jam the west african markets to buy and transport live prune jam pastries, plum or mixed fruit soup, rice porridge with cinnamon,
- south african apartheid: carnegie commission on the poor white problem in south africa. played a role in establishing apartheid in south africa .
- fruits (especially plum s, prune s, and figs ), and vegetables are the eastern and southern african nations have shown no improvement since
- (pear), prune (plum), mirabelle (mirabelle ) – there is a wide variety of terms in french to speak of strong south africa: file:witblits-001.
- including sour cherries , apricot , prune , peach and fig in cold water) south africa : appletiser (apple, pear, and grape-flavoured
- in south africa, all teams have affiliated domestic teams playing in za/rugby/super15/jake-white-hunting-south-african-lock-20120813 , title
- worcester is a town in the western cape , south africa . kwv brandy cellar form part of the south african brandy route and 33 wineries
- myrsine africana (also called cape myrtle, african boxwood or thakisa) is a species meters and may be dense if pruned or grown in strong sunlight.
- damassine brandy is made with the prune fruit of the damassinier cognac and south african 'pot still brandy' are examples of brandy
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Help for word South-American-glutton.

Grison Gri"son, n. [F., fr. grison gray, gray-haired, gris gray. See Gris.] (Zo["o]l.) (a) A South American animal of the family Mustelidae (Galictis vittata). It is about two feet long, exclusive of the tail. Its under parts are black. Also called South American glutton. (b) A South American monkey (Lagothrix infumatus), said to be gluttonous.


Wiki for South-American-glutton.

- grisons, also known as south american wolverine s,date december 2013 are mustelid s native to central and south america. widely in south
- (particularly common after the south american aliyah early in the 21st century). doughnuts (1963) and tour de donut: gluttons for punishment .
- string cheese 135px , the particular american variety of mozzarella with a stringy texture , south america: cuisine of the americas
- glutton for punishment is a program on food network hosted by bob blumer and south dakota to compete against america's best cornhuskers
- this tour saw the band being the first to play in south america n tour dates !: gluttons for punishment , september 25, 1981 caracas
- marston bates (july 23, 1906 – april 3, 1974) was an american zoologist . of the epidemiology of yellow fever in northern south america .
- the ed sullivan show is an american tv variety show that originally ran on cbs the glutton (february 12, 1971) – an incredibly fat man
- gulo gulo (gulo is latin for 'glutton'), also referred to as some authors had described as many as four additional north american
- american drama series : 413 hope st.: 'thanksgiving' (1997) aftermash : ' south park : south park : 'starvin' marvin ' (1997) (season 1)
- native to the wilderness and remote areas of north america , eurasia , and north africa . north american wolf pelts are among the most



Help for word South-sea.

Pacific Pa*cif"ic, a. [L. pacificus: cf. F. pacifique. See Pacify.] Of or pertaining to peace; suited to make or restore peace; of a peaceful character; not warlike; not quarrelsome; conciliatory; as, pacific words or acts; a pacific nature or condition. Pacific Ocean, the ocean between America and Asia, so called by Magellan, its first European navigator, on account of the exemption from violent tempests which he enjoyed while sailing over it; -- called also, simply, the Pacific, and, formerly, the South sea. Syn: Peacemaking; appeasing; conciliatory; tranquil; calm; quiet; peaceful; reconciling; mild; gentle.


Wiki for South-sea.

- south sea or south seas or southsea may refer to: geographic region of the pacific. pacific ocean south of panama. south sea islands
- for the posthumous book of robert louis stevenson titled in the south seas, see robert louis stevenson . show_name in the south seas , image
- the south china sea is a marginal sea that is part of the pacific ocean , encompassing an area from the singapore and malacca strait s to
- margins lie many seas, the largest of which are the celebes sea , coral sea , east china sea , philippine sea , sea of japan , south china
- the south sea company (officially the governor and company of the merchants of great britain, trading to the south seas and other parts of
- and on the south by the southern ocean (or, depending on definition, by antarctica (28350000 mi including the red sea and the persian gulf .
- and macquarie island in the south, but excludes taiwan , the demographics: coral sea islands (australia) 10 4 , new zealand 268,680 4,465
- the alpine fault that traverses the south island is currently a genetic ancestry a subset of the sea-migrating austronesian people and
- the southern ocean (also known as the great southern ocean, antarctic ocean, south a part of the scotia sea , the weddell sea , the king
- the south seas genre is a genre of literature, film, or entertainment (such as tiki culture ) that is set in oceania shadows in the south seas .
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Help for word South-southerly.

South southerly South` south"er*ly (Zo["o]l.) the old squaw; -- so called in imitation of its cry. Called also southerly, and southerland. See under Old.


Wiki for South-southerly.

- southerly is the name of a storm or front of air coming from the south in the southern hemisphere these can be cold and have bad weather.
- farthest south was the most southerly latitude s reached by explorers before the conquest of the south pole in 1911. of lands south of cape
- south east point on wilsons promontory is one of the southerly points of the australian mainland, but another point on wilsons promontory
- wallangarra is a village on the border between queensland and new south wales in it is the third most southerly town in queensland, 258 
- gwennap head (toll pedn pennwydh, meaning holed head of penwith) (sw3621) is the most southerly headland on the south coast of the penwith
- woofferton is a village to the south of ludlow , shropshire , england. it is one of shropshire's most southerly villages and lies on the
- the erme is a river in south devon , england . from its source on dartmoor it flows in a generally southerly direction past some of the
- scotts peak dam road is the most southerly point of road access into the south west tasmania region. it was built specifically by hydro
- centre street; thence southerly along the centre line of centre the said centre line of 114 avenue south-west; thence easterly along the
- virkie is the most southerly district of shetland , other than fair isle and is best defined as the area south of the ward hill in



Help for word southcot.

Southcottian South*cot"ti*an, n. (Eccl. Hist.) A follower of Joanna Southcott (1750-1814), an Englishwoman who, professing to have received a miraculous calling, preached and prophesied, and committed many impious absurdities.


Wiki for southcot.

- external links : title southcot rep. fuentes favors postponing barangay polls , url http://www. mindanews. 2013/05/21/southcot-rep-fuentes-
- 11 december 1712: anthony blagrave of southcot, reading. 30 november 1713: benjamin child 16 november 1714: clement kent of goring,
- option com_content&do_pdf 1&id 5222 , title southcot moves to save lake sebu , last estabillo , first allen v. , date 2008-09-26 ,
- in july 2007, plans were agreed to build a station in reading south of southcot junction in the green park business park, serving the
- biographies included: southcot, john , justice of king's bench. stanberry, or stambery (d.1474), bishop of hereford stapledon, walter (1261–
- he was a director of priday, metford and company limited and owned a cottage in southcot, pewsey . in 1935, hp vowles met eleanor biss, who
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Help for word southcott.

Southcottian South*cot"ti*an, n. (Eccl. Hist.) A follower of Joanna Southcott (1750-1814), an Englishwoman who, professing to have received a miraculous calling, preached and prophesied, and committed many impious absurdities.


Wiki for southcott.

- southcott may refer to: andrew southcott (born 1967), australian politician. chuck southcott , los angeles radio personality. william southcott
- southcott is a village in cornwall , england .- category:villages in cornwall. cornwall.
- ronald vernon southcott, (15 may 1918 in adelaide - 9 april 1998), was an australian medical zoologist specializing in acari .
- southcott was a five piece pop punk band from haverstraw, ny formed in 2001 the band's releases included the album flee the scene , on
- southcote (or southcott) is a hamlet in the parish of linslade , in bedfordshire , england . the hamlet name is anglo saxon in origin,
- joanna southcott (or southcote) (april 1750 – 27 december 1814), was a self-described religious prophetess. she was born at taleford, and
- andrew john southcott mp (born 15 october 1967) is an australia n politician and medical practitioner. he has been the liberal party
- heather southcott (born 15 november 1928) was an australia n politician, representing the electoral district of mitcham (now waite) in the
- jerri southcott is a canadian radio, television and film announcer, reporter, presenter and actress whose media career has spanned more than
- the very rev ernest william southcott (1915–1976) was an eminent anglican priest and author in the 20th century. he was born on 8 may