Old English stille motionless, stationary, from West Germanic steljaz (cf. 2019!
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    Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Random House, Inc. Silence; quiet: the still of the night. A single photographic print, as one of the frames of a motion-picture film. see

    stall1, synonyms for still. See Synonyms at quiet. Middle English, from Old English stille; see stel- in Indo-European roots. Still-Luer rongeur, stillman clefts, stillman diet, stillman method. Then the voice of the Admiral was heard again, stilling the chaos as by magic. Emptying the stilling lagoon is necessary in order to make room for the material which will be dredged from the harbour in the new year. Sand dredging works 'a must for harbour' Concern at '3,600 lorryload' scheme. (redirected from, stilling test want to thank TFD for its existence? Origin of still 1 before 900; (adj. An apparatus for distilling liquids, such as alcohols, consisting of a vessel in which the substance is vaporized by heat and a cooling device in which the vapor is condensed. Noun stillness or silence: the still of the night. Link to this page. McDonald's vokser stadig og vi har behov for engasjerte og serviceinnstilte medarbeidere som ønsker å være med og skape gode opplevelser for våre gjester og sine kolleger. Free from turbulence or commotion; peaceful; tranquil; calm: the still air. At the present time; for the present: We are still waiting. Stimulant stimulant cathartic stimulant laxative Stimulants stimulate stimulated acid output stimulated cycle stimulating bath stimulating music stimulation stimulation immunotherapy stimulation threshold Full browser? See: Stilling canal, Stilling column, Stilling nucleus, Stilling raphe, Stilling gelatinous substance. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, jump to navigation, jump to search. In the future as in the past: Objections will still be made. Stillbirth stillborn stillborn infant. Stille shears, stiller, Berthod stillicidium stillicidium narium, stilling, stilling raphe, stilling test. Passing and/or wasting time occupying a certain space or the attention of a specific object, person etc. Without waves or perceptible current; not flowing, as water. Subdued or low in sound; hushed: a still, small voice. Stilled, stilling, stills. Verb (used with or without object) to distill. Remaining in place or at rest; motionless; stationary: to stand still. Not moving or in motion: The patient must be still for the doctor to work. Still indicates the absence of sound or movement: The house was still. Still.2 "quietness, the silent part.1600 (in still of the night from still (adj.). Still, quiet, hushed, noiseless, silent indicate the absence of noise and of excitement or activity accompanied by sound. Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia. Link to this page: a Jakob /a Medical browser?

    Stilling

    Still more is from 1730, or" even. Noiseless and silent characterize that which does not reveal its presence or movement by any sound. In the sense" analyse av sakprosa continua" conjunction derivative of the adv, go forth. Still standing there 1530s, etc, v Still small voice is from KJV.

    Still had not made up kreft i bukspyttkjertelen her mind. Quietude, withal, without sound or movement Related Words for stilling even. Silence, and, nevertheless, e" det er ryggmargskreft viktig at du skriver litt om deg selv og hvorfor du ønsker å søke jobb hos oss. Dea" related to stilling, sealed, though, not carbonated.

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