VICAR


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AcronymDefinition
VICARVideo Image Communication and Retrieval
VICARVisual Colorimeter for Atmospheric Research
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But she let old Belsham rest, and when I ran back after my gloves this afternoon, there she was, so hard at the Vicar that she didn't hear me laugh as I danced a jig in the hall because of the good time coming.
By murdering a large and respected family in cold blood and afterward depositing their bodies in the water companies' reservoir, you will gain much unpopularity in the neighborhood of your crime, and even robbing a church will get you cordially disliked, especially by the vicar.
Besides their hostess and her sister, they found, in the long chilly drawing-room, only another shawled lady, a genial Vicar who was her husband, a silent lad whom Mrs.
My Uncle Henry, for twenty-seven years Vicar of Whitstable, was on these occasions in the habit of saying that the devil could always quote scripture to his purpose.
This was only used by visitors and on Sundays, and on special occasions, as when the Vicar went up to London or came back.
The Vicar himself seemed to wear rather a changed aspect, as most men do when acquaintances made elsewhere see them for the first time in their own homes; some indeed showing like an actor of genial parts disadvantageously cast for the curmudgeon in a new piece.
I told him that the vicar had married my mother's sister, and that the two had been father and mother to me since the death of my parents.
She never read what the Abbe Gaudron, vicar of Saint-Paul's and the family director, called profane books.
The book I mean is called The Vicar of Wakefield, and it was written by Oliver Goldsmith.
He and the vicar had run up a sudden friendship, on the strength of their common enthusiasm for the old-fashioned game of backgammon.
She was in love with all the new princes and princesses who married into the imperial family; she had been in love with a high dignitary of the Church, a vicar, and a parish priest; she had been in love with a journalist, three Slavophiles, with Komissarov, with a minister, a doctor, an English missionary and Karenin.
The vicar of their pleasant rural parish was not a controversialist, but a good hand at whist, and one who had a joke always ready for a blooming female parishioner.