v. i.1.To melt.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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If we again take care work as an example, research may use large national data sets to identify patterns in the characteristics of male and female workers, their work and earnings (Healy and Moskos 2005; King and Martin 2008; King, Mavromaras, Wei, He, Healy, Macaitis, Moskos and Smilt 2012).
Results: VEGETABLES Tray with four kinds of vegetables:Tony Willetts; one celery: Fred Dixon;two blanch leeks: Ashley Jones; three onions, dressed : Fred Dixon; three onions, grown from sets: Fred Dixon; three onions, 8oz or under: Fred Dixon; three long carrots: Tony Willetts; three carrots, other than long: G Smilt.
This finding supports the theoretical distinction between emotional and social isolation suggested by Weiss (1973), and also lends support to the empirical findings suggesting that loneliness is a multidimensional construct related nonetheless to a common psychological foundation (van Baarsen, Snijders, Smilt & van Duijn, 2001).
The first collection of Ziedonis's poems, Zemes un sapnu smilts (Sand of Earth and Dreams), was published in 1961.