CEDARS


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AcronymDefinition
CEDARSCurl Exemplars in Digital Archives
CEDARSCentre of Development and Resources for Students (University of Hong Kong)
CEDARSCommon Education Data Analysis and Reporting System (North Carolina)
CEDARSColorado Eligibility Disbursement and Reporting System
CEDARSCivic Education Data and Researcher Services (University of Maryland)
CEDARSCenter for Economic Development and Resource Stewardship (est. 2004)
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Dunning raised his hand, motioning him back with a gesture of warning; then, lowering the arm, he pointed to the place where the road lost itself in the blackness of the cedar forest.
Examination disclosed abundant evidence that within a half-hour the cedar forest had been occupied by a strong force of Confederate infantry--an ambuscade.
I stayed two months in the province of Ligonus, and during that time procured a church to be built of hewn stone, roofed and wainscoted with cedar, which is the most considerable in the whole country.
There Passepartout beheld beautiful fir and cedar groves, sacred gates of a singular architecture, bridges half hid in the midst of bamboos and reeds, temples shaded by immense cedar-trees, holy retreats where were sheltered Buddhist priests and sectaries of Confucius, and interminable streets, where a perfect harvest of rose-tinted and red-cheeked children, who looked as if they had been cut out of Japanese screens, and who were playing in the midst of short-legged poodles and yellowish cats, might have been gathered.
This road is planted all the way with cedars of Lebanon; and after going down it a long way you will come at last to a magnificent castle.
The next minute she had swept down the stairs--and not until she reached the first floor did it suddenly occur to her that she had gone up into the attic to find a white wool shawl in the cedar chest near the east window.
They had traversed the higher regions, and ventured near the source of the Columbia, where, in the spring, they had constructed a cedar canoe, the same in which they had reached Astoria.
About thirty miles above Point Vancouver the mountains again approach on both sides of the river, which is bordered by stupendous precipices, covered with the fir and the white cedar, and enlivened occasionally by beautiful cascades leaping from a great height, and sending up wreaths of vapor.
That cedar desk there, the table--with his own hands.
The talk whipped quite away from Billy, who could only admire the detailed work of the cedar desk while he listened.
Don't stave the boats needlessly, ye harpooneers; good white cedar plank is raised full three per cent.
Three little hills stood near each other, and down in the midst of them sunk a hollow basin, almost mathematically circular, two or three hundred feet in breadth, and of such depth that a stately cedar might but just be visible above the sides.