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  • 1 scatter to the winds — index dissipate (spread out) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 throw to the winds — ▪ To scatter or throw away recklessly ▪ To abandon (restraint, prudence, caution, discretion, etc) ● wind …

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  • 3 The Circus of Dr. Lao —   dust jacket from the first edition …

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  • 4 scatter — /ˈskætə / (say skatuh) verb (t) 1. to throw loosely about; distribute at irregular intervals. 2. to separate and drive off in various directions; disperse. 3. Physics as in an interaction with matter, to deflect (any beam of radiation),… …

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  • 5 scatter — v 1. strew, broadcast, sprinkle, sparge, disject, bestrew, disseminate, sow; spread, circulate, diffuse, scatter to the winds; fling, toss, throw. 2. dispel, disperse, dissipate, dissolve, disband, dismiss; separate, break up, drive off, rout,… …

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  • 6 The Starlight Express — is a children s play by Violet Pearn, [Dramatist Violet Pearn, born at Plymouth in 1890, was the author of many plays, and adapted several of Algernon Blackwood s tales.] based on the imaginative novel A Prisoner in Fairyland by Algernon… …

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  • 7 The Skye Boat Song — has gained the reputation of a traditional Scottish song recalling the escape of the young pretender Charles Edward Stuart (Bonnie Prince Charlie) after his defeat at Culloden in 1746: he escaped from Uist to the Isle of Skye in a small boat with …

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  • 8 The Five Ancestors — is a children s series written by Jeff Stone about five, young Chinese warrior monks who are the only survivors of the destruction and raid of their home, Cangzhen Temple. Each of the warriors specializes in an animal kung fu and possesses a… …

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  • 9 scatter — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. strew, disperse, disseminate, dispel, dissipate. See dispersion. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To become separated] Syn. run apart, run away, go one s own way, diverge, disperse, disband, migrate, spread …

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  • 10 The Man Who Sold the Moon — Cover of Shasta edition collection The Man Who Sold the Moon is a science fiction novella by Robert A. Heinlein written in 1949 and published in 1950. A part of his Future History and prequel to Requiem , it covers events around a fictional first …

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  • 11 The Scorpion King — This article is about the film. For the factual pre dynastic Egyptian pharaoh Scorpion II , see King Scorpion. The Scorpion King 1 redirects here. For the factual pre dynastic Egyptian pharaoh Scorpion I , see Scorpion I. For other uses, see… …

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  • 12 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (film) — Infobox Film name = The Treasure of the Sierra Madre caption = Theatrical release poster director = John Huston producer = Warner Bros. writer = B. Traven (novel) John Huston narrator = starring = Humphrey Bogart Walter Huston Tim Holt Alfonso… …

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  • 13 scatter something to the (four) winds — literary phrase to make a group of things or people become separated from each other and lost Thesaurus: to separate something from something elsesynonym Main entry: scatter …

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  • 14 The Swimmer (poem) — The Swimmer is a poem by the Australian poet Adam Lindsay Gordon.The poem was set to music by Sir Edward Elgar as the fifth song in his song cycle Sea Pictures .LyricsSquare brackets [ ] indicate text omitted in the song. Italics indicate text… …

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  • 15 scatter */*/ — UK [ˈskætə(r)] / US [ˈskætər] verb Word forms scatter : present tense I/you/we/they scatter he/she/it scatters present participle scattering past tense scattered past participle scattered 1) [transitive] to throw or drop things so that they… …

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  • 16 scatter — scat|ter [ skætər ] verb ** 1. ) transitive to throw or drop things so that they spread over an area: I scattered some grain on the floor of the hen house. scatter something on/over/around etc.: The children had scattered toys all over the floor …

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  • 17 scatter — verb 1 (T) to throw or drop a lot of things over a wide area in an irregular way: scatter sth over/on/around: Books lay scattered all over the floor. | scatter sth with sth: The sky was scattered with stars. 2 (I, T) if a group of people scatter …

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  • 18 The rise of Jat power — ’ (king) was conferred upon him in 1724. [Dr P.L. Vishwakarma, The Jats, I, Ed Dr Vir Singh, (Delhi:2004), 116] In past Jats always rose against tyranny, injustice, economic and social exploitations and were never overawed by claims of racial or… …

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  • 19 HISTORICAL SURVEY: THE STATE AND ITS ANTECEDENTS (1880–2006) — Introduction It took the new Jewish nation about 70 years to emerge as the State of Israel. The immediate stimulus that initiated the modern return to Zion was the disappointment, in the last quarter of the 19th century, of the expectation that… …

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  • 20 Shooting of the Romanov family — The Romanovs. From left to right: Olga, Maria, Nicholas II, Alexandra, Anastasia, Alexei, and Tatiana. Livadia, 1913 The shooting of the Romanov family, of the Russian Imperial House of Romanov, and those who chose to accompany th …

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