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URNUniform Resource Name
URNUnique Reference Number
URNUniversal Resource Name
URNUniversity Radio Nottingham (UK)
URNUser Requirements Notation
URNUnternehmensgesellschaft Verkehrsverbund Rhein-Neckar GmbH (German)
URNUnit Reference Number
URNUniform Regional Spring Wheat Nursery
URNUniversité de Rouyn-Noranda (French; Québec, Canada)
References in classic literature ?
Eglantine laid the urn before the Queen, and placed the fragrant rose on the dewy moss beside the throne, while a murmur of approval went through the hall, as each elfin wand waved to the little Fairy who had toiled so well and faithful]y, and could bring so fair a gift to their good Queen.
We will lay the bones in a golden urn, in two layers of fat, against the time when I shall myself go down into the house of Hades.
One day, an ill-looking man came in and asked for food," continued grandma, with a mysterious nod; "and while he ate, I saw him glance sharply about from the wooden buttons on the back-doors, to the silver urn and tankards on the dining-room sideboard.
cried the old lady from behind the tall urn, which left little to be seen but the topmost bow of her cap.
post-Elizabethan) by having his picture painted as he stood wrapped in his shroud on a funeral urn.
I kept neither dog, cat, cow, pig, nor hens, so that you would have said there was a deficiency of domestic sounds; neither the churn, nor the spinning-wheel, nor even the singing of the kettle, nor the hissing of the urn, nor children crying, to comfort one.
Meantime, Hargrave volunteered to ring for the sugar, while Grimsby lamented his mistake, and attempted to prove that it was owing to the shadow of the urn and the badness of the lights.
Treacherous heart, My hand shall cast thee quick into my urn, Ere thou transgress this knot of piety.
This caused the young women likewise to gaze in the direction towards which their father's gloomy eyes pointed: and they saw an elaborate monument upon the wall, where Britannia was represented weeping over an urn, and a broken sword and a couchant lion indicated that the piece of sculpture had been erected in honour of a deceased warrior.
Mrs Lammle's innocent appeal was merely thrown into the air, to mingle with the steam of the urn.
There seemed to have been grass paths here and there, and in one or two corners there were alcoves of evergreen with stone seats or tall moss-covered flower urns in them.
A stony business altogether, with heavy stone balustrades, and stone urns, and stone flowers, and stone faces of men, and stone heads of lions, in all directions.