Expressing the relationship between a part and a whole,
Expressing the relationship between a part and a whole
the sleeve of his coat
in the back of the car
the days of the week
a series of programs
a piece of cake
a lot of money
Expressing the relationship between a scale or measure and a value
an increase of 5 percent
a height of 10 feet
Expressing an age
a boy of fifteen
Indicating an association between two entities, typically one of belonging
the son of a friend
the government of India
a photograph of the bride
a former colleague of John's
Expressing the relationship between an author, artist, or composer and their works collectively
the plays of Shakespeare
the paintings of Rembrandt
Expressing the relationship between a direction and a point of reference
north of Chicago
on the left of the picture
Expressing the relationship between a general category and the thing being specified which belongs to such a category
the city of Prague
the idea of a just society
the set of all genes
Governed by a noun expressing the fact that a category is vague
this type of book
the general kind of answer that would satisfy me
Indicating the relationship between a verb and an indirect object
With a verb expressing a mental state
they must be persuaded of the severity of the problem
I don't know of anything that would be suitable
Expressing a cause
he died of cancer
Indicating the material or substance constituting something
the house was built of bricks
walls of stone
Expressing time in relation to the following hour
it would be just a quarter of three in New York
Oyggjaframi (marx-leninistar) or OF(m-l) - Advancement for the Islands (Marxist-Leninist) - was a communist organization in the Faroe Islands, formed when the Tórshavn section of Oyggjaframi, Færøske Socialister broke away. ...
Common misspelling of 've; Expressing direction. (now obsolete or dialectal) From (of distance, direction), "off". [from 9th c.] (obsolete except in phrases) Since, from (a given time, earlier state etc.). [from 9th c.] From, away from (a position, number, distance etc.). [from 10th c. ...
course you can have a ride with us! The more the merrier. The manager hired a new employee even though there’s not enough work for all of us now. Oh, well, the more the merrier.
Peculiar O stars in which emission features at 4634-4641 from N III and 4686 from He II are present. They have a well-developed absorption spectrum, which implies that the excitation mechanism of the emission lines is selective, unlike that of Wolf-Rayet stars. ...
An organic horizon consisting largely of fibric materials that are readily identifiable as botanical materials. Fibric material is not well decomposed having a von Post scale of decomposition ranging from class 1 to 4. It has a rubbed fiber volume of > 40%. ...
clan " or " family " gods, and therefore receive honours not paid to the hereditary totems of Australia and North America, which have nothing godlike. ...
total number of volumes for the dictionary
An abbreviation representing an open-face watch, which is a watch with a cover on the reverse and a crystal only over the face on the obverse.
when used before a property name, denotes the owner of a property, for example, John Carruthers of Holmains - which allows the owner to also be known as simply Holmains
The word of instead of have is unacceptable, especially in such expressions as could of, may of, might of, must of, should of, and would of. The correct forms are could have, may have, might have, must have, should have, and would have.
Original Finish; a model in its original condition from a mass-producing factory.
to PGmc *ubjōn 'abundance': Offa, Ofila, Offilo.
occipitofrontal; opacity factor; open field [test]; optical fundus; orbital fracture; orbitofrontal; osmotic fragility; osteitis fibrosa; output factor; oxidation-fermentation
may be passed to indicate what the subject of the photograph should be.
authorisation in their original condition and packaging and in a condition that
Trial. Even when consumers know there is a product that could meet some of their desires, may take some time before they reach around to try the product, especially when there are so many other competing products for their attention and wallets. ...
Use the verb h a v e , not the preposition o f , after the verbs c o u l d ,should, would, may, might, and must: You should have [not of ] seen her new interview suit.
Francesco Catalano’s concept from Novoceram. There parallel lives, half cartoon and half schizophrenic spirit, would recall the simplicity of fitting of its flotting ceramic floor system, as easy to change as one’s mood.
Cards with focus below the minimum standards for the grade are designated as OF.
surface appearances with a fidelity to visual perception. "