Berain

Related to Berain: betaine, brain

Be`rain


v. t.1.To rain upon; to wet with rain.
[imp. & p. p. Berained ( ); p. pr. & vb. n. Beraining.]
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A feature of this was the "singerie", the French term for "monkey trick", which originated from the murals by the French designer, Jean Berain (1640-1711).
Saudi Arabia's Berain Water will build a 36,000m 2 facility in the UAE's Al Ain Industrial City after signing an agreement with Zones Corp.
ZonesCorp, one of the largest developers of purpose-built economic zones in the UAE, said it has reached an agreement with Saudi Arabia's Berain Water to build a 36,000-sq-m water bottling plant at an investment of Dh138 million ($37.5 million) in the food industry zone of Al Ain Industrial City.
We find istoriato scenes painted onto 'Chinese' covered jars, a helmet-shaped ewer based on silver prototypes and decorated by motifs in the style of Jean Berain (both Elder and Younger), a pierced puzzle jug that derives from those in glass.
Cefn Gwlad S4C, 8.25pm Yn rhaglen gynta'r gyfres newydd, bydd Dai Jones, Llanilar yn ymweld a John ac Eirian Jones a'r teulu, ar fferm hanesyddol Berain, Llannefydd, ger Dinbych.
Revelations surrounding the portrait of Catrin O Ferain (Kathryn of Berain), one of the most influential women in Wales during the Tudor period, will be broadcast on an S4C documentary this Sunday, fronted by Ffion Hague, the Welsh wife of former Conservative Party leader William Hague.
Supreme poultry champion was a Langshan from M Barrett, Cefn Berain, Denbigh.