ents


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Related to ents: Enets, Entwives

ents

(ɛnts)
pl n
(Education) informal Brit entertainments
References in classic literature ?
The Sunday-school children distributed themselves about the house and occupied pews with their par- ents, so as to be under supervision.
The box-office will be open at noon of the 13th; ad- mission 3 cents, reserved seatsh 5; pro- ceeds to go to the hospital fund The royal pair and all the Court will be pres- ent.
Blanche (already overwrought by the excitem ent of the day) had broken into an hysterical passion of tears on hearing the news, and had then, on recovering, taken a view of her own of Anne's flight from the house.
But where is the modern young man, possessed of health and an independ ent income, who is capable of understanding that irony can be presumptuous enough to address itself to
Its tone was very strange, not as if affected by his illness, but as if of a differ- ent nature.
It was ridiculous, and was made almost terrible by the stillness of every other person pres ent.
I wasn't going to sail in a squadron if there were a chance for independ- ent cruising.
It is this image that stands as a contrast to the problem that Tolkien sets up in The Lord of the Rings--the separation of the Ents and the Entwives, who are neither face to face, nor side by side, and this image that we can interrogate using the tale of the Ents, and vice versa.
Today's ENT practice requires state-of-the-art billing and collection software that applies technology to reduce the human element in claims processing.
With the completion of the ENT move to the Ambulatory Care Center, we are now able to do this.
There have been successful community consultant-led ENT services in Leeds for the past six years, and hearing aid provision and aftercare being delivered at a wide range of locations for the past three years.