anear


Related to anear: Anwar Sadat

anear

(əˈnɪə)
prep
near
adv
nearly
References in classic literature ?
I was mighty downhearted; so I made up my mind I wouldn't ever go anear that house again, because I reckoned I was to blame, somehow.
In English it may be called bark cloth tree, antiaris, false iroko--a name some have taken issue with--false mvule or upas or anear tree, its Javanese names, or in the Indonesian language, bemu.
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ANEAR win double at Warwick on Wednesday might not sound much but for Ian Williams it was further proof that the fight to get back among the National Hunt big-guns was well under way.
Following anear collapse of the industry during the second intifada (2000-2005), the sector gradually recovered,again demonstrating the resilience of the private sector through an influx of fresh investment.
Similar racism is found in reform fiction, such as Rebecca Harding Davis's popular novel Margret Howth, where Lois Yare, a black woman characterized by "tainted blood" and "heathenism," recalls her childhood mill work: "'N' hot days, when th' hands was chaffin' 'n' singin, th' black wheels 'n' rollers was alive, starin' down at me, 'n' th' shadders o' th' looms was like snakes creepin,--creepin' anear all th' time" (69).
The network continues developing the anear homea mode actively, the number of stores has reached 3,745 locations already while the sum total volume of the network forms 3,780 locations.
Marketing chair of FE+ and principal of Hartlepool College David Waddington said: "Standards seem to be higher than ever this year which made judging anear impossible task.
Anear 15-month-long case, characterised by gross incompetence and almos tun believable ineptitude, is being shelved, with the police having about as many clues no was they did on day one.
Copper: As Chinese consumption is seen as the possible saviour of the copper market, any threat of interruption to this market is seen as dire and we saw anear state of panic last week with $47 per tonne being knocked off the price of the red metal to Friday's close at $1579, the high for the week having been at $1614 last Tuesday.
In the dock with Dunn, 3 4, is Simon Anear, 30, John Innes, 3 2, Paul Longhurst, 26, Ross Bottomley, 30, and Anita Malone , 33.
CALLS were made last night for an overhaul of the air accident investigation procedures following reports of anear mid-air collision over Cheshire.