intricate englannista suomeksi
(RQ:Addison Freeholder) was (..)fit to convey the most intricate business to the understanding (..)with the utmost clearness.
- As a matter of fact its narrow ornate façade presented not a single quiet space that the eyes might rest on after a tiring attempt to follow and codify the arabesques, foliations, and intricate vermiculations of what some disrespectfully dubbed as “near-aissance.”
1864 October 18, J.E. Freund, “How to Avoid the Use of Lint”, letter to the editor, in ''The New York Times'' (1864 October 23):
- (..) washes off easily, without sticking or intricating into the wound.
- But the British and French won't hear of that; they want to get their troops extricated and our ground troops intricated.
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