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stout

(stowt) [O.Fr. estout, bold]
Having a bulky body.
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This suffices for the traditionalists to pounce; but Stout thinks they make a mistake in doing so, for, in the process, they take the arguments of liberal philosophy for the thing itself--for modern democracy in all its gritty reality--and then proceed to denounce it.
To Stout, the opportunity to observe interactions between the master stone workers of Langda and their apprentices may help him and other scientists recognize the handiwork of experts and apprentices on stone artifacts dating back thousands and perhaps even millions of years.
More than 30 years ago, Stout developed a unique prosthesis that could be used by postlaryngectomy patients who were unable to develop esophageal speech and unwilling to use an electrolarynx.
I need these seeds like I need a hole in the head,'' Stout admitted as she sorted through her collection of green zebra tomatoes, Eskimo marigolds and orange Mexican sunflowers.
Cherry stout, honey stout, strong tropical stout, oatmeal stout, to name a few, give the dinner a variety of choices for chocolate, coffee, or cream based desserts.
Stout and Johnson do not always dwell on gloom at the expense of glory.
SAB already owns breweries in Ghana, and has now begun exporting stout to Nigeria, Africa's second-largest beer market after South Africa itself.
Through careful and thoughtful analysis of textual, biographical, and autobiographical evidence, Stout explores the tension between the "urge to break out" and "the urge to construct and maintain and to value relational ties" of `home' in the texts of Mary Austin, Willa Cather, Anne Tyler, Toni Morrison, and Joan Didion (p.
by winning a year's supply of marvellous Murphy's Irish Stout with your sparkling People.
Her story of Samuel Hollingsworth Stout serves to illuminate how doctors survived during the Civil War in an environment of death.
From 1927 Stout earned his living exclusively by writing.