Definition: composed; calm; self-possessed
Definition: composed; calm; self-possessed
Sentences Containing 'collected'
"Adages" in "Collected Works of Erasmus".
"Alex" cartoons are collected into annual volumes.
"Collected Poems 1936-1986" (Llandysul: Gomer Press, 1987).
"Nepenthes albomarginata" was first collected by Thomas Lobb in 1848.
After separating the protein/particles, the gradient is then fractionated and collected.
As a boy he collected interesting natural objects.
Asrat debuted in 2011 and so far has collected 13 caps.
Between March and April 1797 on the Isle de France he had collected 280 separately numbered plant specimens and these were added to his specimens and seed collected in Java and seed collected in Australia.
Flight data was collected on this subsonic trip.
He also collected a government pension for his military service.
He also wrote poetry, collected in 1953.
He collected a library of twenty thousand volumes.
He collected rare antiquarian books and textbooks.
He was awarded his BA in 1891 and in 1895 collected his MA.
His collected works were published in 1560 at Basel.
His followers also collected a large ransom.
His papers are collected at Syracuse University.
I collected them and kept them at home."
In 2012 was collected as a hardcover (ISBN 0-7851-6127-9).
In addition, he collected ten strikeouts in that game.
It was eventually collected together into one volume by Dark Horse.
Kitty refers to the amount collected at the party.
Large fragments of this treatise have been collected from various quarters.
Other writings included contributions to periodicals, some of which were collected under the title ' (1973).
Seabird eggs and guano are collected periodically.
Some of his other essays have been collected in a book entitled "The Eternal Promise".
Some of the later stories have been collected into a number of trade paperbacks: Other media.
Some of the plants collected at Monterey and Macao would be sent back to Thouin.
Specimens were collected for contemporary botanists, zoologists, and geologists.
The bodies were collected and removed by the Germans.
The data collected is used to lobby for better conditions for equestrians.
The issues were later collected in six volumes.
The lyrics are collected from folk-political songs.
The more heads collected, the more recognized power in the tribe.
The prices of corn, which he himself has collected, certainly do not agree with this opinion.
The series has been collected in the following titles:
The song is featured on EMI's collected The Best of Vanilla Ice.
The songs collected in the "Morale Spreeckwoorden".
The species has been collected from Borneo, China, and Australia.
The storyline was collected as a trade paperback in 1995 (ISBN 0-7851-0103-9).
The type specimen was collected in the Arabian Sea ().
There is no GPS in the Snapshot device, so no location information is collected.
These were later collected in a box set.
They were collected and traded throughout Touraine in the 19th century.
This is known as Volume 1, and was collected in the "Starstruck Deluxe Edition".
This series has been collected as follows:
This species was last collected in the 1830s.
Three of the stories were collected for an omnibus edition in 1968.
Underwood's papers are collected at the Library of Kansas State University
Water was poured over the Stela and collected.
More Vocab Words::: censure - blame; criticize; express strong disapproval; N: severe criticism; strong disapproval
::: culpable - deserving blame; blameworthy
::: capricious - unpredictable; fickle
::: illusive - deceiving; based on illusion; causing illusion; deceptive
::: habituate - accustom or familiarize; addict
::: indignity - treatment or situation that causes shame or loss of dignity, respect; offensive or insulting treatment; humiliating or degrading treatment; Ex. I suffered the indignity of having to say that in front of them.
::: adventitious - accidental; casual; happening by chance
::: disquietude - uneasiness; anxiety; V. disquiet: make anxious
::: refurbish - renovate; make clean, bright, or fresh (make new) again; make bright by polishing; Ex. refurbish an old theater; CF. furbish: polish
::: antecedents - preceding events that influence what comes later; ancestors or early background