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Man·tel

(man-tel'),
Nathan, 20th-century U.S. biostatistician. See: Mantel-Haenszel test.
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And then he traversed the room like a hound on the scent, skimming the walls, considering the corners of the bulging matting on his hands and knees, rummaging mantel and tables, the curtains and hangngs, the drunken cabinet in the corner, for a visible sign, unable to perceive that she was there beside, around, against, within, above him, clinging to him, wooing him, calling him so poignantly through the finer senses that even his grosser ones became cognisant of the call.
One of the candles on the mantel was blown out, and the little machine suddenly swung round, became indistinct, was seen as a ghost for a second perhaps, as an eddy of faintly glittering brass and ivory; and it was gone--vanished
Then, getting up, he went to the tobacco jar on the mantel, and with his back to us began to fill his pipe.
The shot missed, and before the man could fire again Tarzan had swept the lamp from the mantel and plunged the room into darkness.
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It is a thicker, larger roping that lays beautiful on a mantel and lasts a long time," he says.
Wolf Hall writer Hilary Mantel, who previously dismissed Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge as a "plastic princess," said Diana was "given to infatuation, prey to impulse" and "not clever.
com)-- A new line of mantel brackets and supports is being released by Federal Brace, a premier designer and manufacturer of countertop supports, braces, and additional varieties of steel support elements for the construction, design, and remodeling industries.
The BBC revealed on Wednesday that The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher by Hilary Mantel has been shortlisted for the GBP15,000 BBC National Short Story Award.
An attractive dining room includes a walk-in bay sash window to the front and a white marble fireplace and mantel with cast iron grate, tiled borders and hearth and coal effect gas fire.
THE Prince of Wales has told Hilary Mantel he is a fan of the television adaptation of Wolf Hall, just days after a new book revealed that his household is nicknamed after the novel in reference to the "treacherous and opportunistic world" depicted by the writer.