Lighte

Light´e

    (līt´e)
imp.1.imp. of Light, to alight.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The appointments of Lighte and Todman are effective on March 8, 2016; the appointment of Paz is effective on March 9, 2016.
Peter Rupert Lighte; HOST OF MEMORIES; Acausal Books (Nonfiction: Autobiography & Memoir) 15.95 ISBN: 9780991252978
"O woful eyen two, syn youre disport Was al to sen Criseyde eyen brighte, What shal ye don but, for my discomfort, Stonden for naught, and wepen out youre sighte, Syn she is queynt that wont was yow to lighte? In vayn fro this forth have ich eyen tweye Ifourmed, syn youre vertu is aweye.
Synopsis: This collection of personal stories by Peter Rupert Lighte reveals just how powerfully one man's present has been shaped by the richness of his past.
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Mary seems to hold the Wife of Baths philosophy on sharing spouses: "He is too greet a nigard that wil wenre [refuse] / A man to lighte a candle at his lanterne: / He shal han nevere the lasse lighte, pardee" (337-39).
* Aerostat-borne Radio Relays: With an operational history stretching back to the American Civil War, tethered lighte r-than-ai r balloons constitute the most venerable class of air vehicles in service.
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My light to love, my love to lyfe doth guide To life that lives by love and loveth lighte By love of one to whome all loves are tyd By duest debt, and never equalld right.
Keith Skipper beached three cod to win with exactly 4lb; Richard Potts also caught three cod, but they were two ounces lighte.
But that it may fortunably lighte into the handes of suche a good stuarde of hys, as is learned and lovynge to his nacion, that our naturall bretherne and contrey men may ones tast of the swetnesse of so precyouse a frute, and not therof be depryved, to their inestymable discommodyte." (37)