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tinct

(tinght),
Abbreviation of L. tinctura, tincture.
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In that same mask of paint and powder, shadowed with vermeil tinct and most trimly pencilled, is woman's strength."
Enw arall cywir am Paregoric yw Tinct Camph Co, neu Camphorated Opium Tincture.
/ Thou turn'st mine eyes into my very soul, / And there I see such black and grained spots / As will not leave their tinct" (3.4.90-93).
Legs well developed; lengths ([micro]m) of metathoracic legs: coxae 170-205; trochanter + femur 250-270; tibia 165-180; tarsus 95-105; claw 25-29; tibio-tarsal articulation clear, with a dis tinct articulatory sclerosis; longest coxal seta about 90-100 [micro]m; longest trochanter seta about 135-140 [micro]m; coxa with 7 setae, trochanter 2 or 3 on ventral surface, femur 3 or 4, tibia 3 and tarsus 2; tarsal digitules longer than claw digitules; claw digitules longer than claw, each similar with broad apices; claw without a denticle.
messages about dangers and activities or * people to avoid, the HIV posters show a disI tinct reversal.
The department also acknowledged 'the dis tinct and separate health charter un der which Justice Health operates'.
Scientists say individuals can help tinct the illegal pet trade by refusing to think of orangutans as pets.
The male beetle, 6cm long, with 10cm antennae, was thought to have been ex- tinct in the UK since 1700.
Elaine then comes to fetishize the shield, building sign upon sign: Then fearing rust or soilure fashioned for it A case of silk, and braided thereupon All the devices blazoned on the shield In their own tinct, and added of her wit, A border fantasy of branch and flower.
Thou turn'st my eyes into my very soul, And there I see such black and grained spots As will not leave their tinct. Hamlet: Nay, but to live In the rank sweat of an enseamed bed, Stewed in corruption, honeying and making love Over the nasty sty-- Queen Gertrude: O, speak to me no more!
Thou turn'st mine eyes in to my very soul/And there I see such black and grained spots/As will not leave their tinct" (78-81), and at his closing instructions, she says "Be thou assured, if words be made of breath/And breath of life, I have no life to breathe" (181-182).
"tinct" or spots of the maculate queen, in a speech whose