PALMS


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PALMSParticle Analysis by Laser Mass Spectrometry (molecular research)
PALMSPalisades Middle School
PALMSPartnership Advancing the Learning of Mathematics and Science (Massachusetts)
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He decided to give up the pursuit, and lay down in the grass, protected right and left by the row of palms, with on either hand the long avenue extending.
Now, Tom, I've never had a look at your palms, as it happens; perhaps you've got some little questionable privacies that need--hel-lo
The weaver's hand had known the touch of hard-won money even before the palm had grown to its full breadth; for twenty years, mysterious money had stood to him as the symbol of earthly good, and the immediate object of toil.
Climbing plants are monstrous and luxuriant, but others which have never been known to climb elsewhere learn the art as an escape from that somber shadow, so that the common nettle, the jasmine, and even the jacitara palm tree can be seen circling the stems of the cedars and striving to reach their crowns.
The broad palms of his tail are flirted high into the air; then smiting the surface, the thunderous concussion resounds for miles.
Into the right hand, which was lying palm downwards, a wax taper had been thrust between forefinger and thumb, and an old servant, bending over from behind the chair, held it in position.
Tarzan untied the thong which held the mouth of the leathern bag closed, and permitted the contents to trickle slowly forth into his open palm.
Sure, 'tis no beauty, but ye hold the palm of me hand.
What he was continually looking at in the palm of his right hand was nothing but his watch, the minute hand of which he appeared to be noting intently.
Captain Armand Jacot of the Foreign Legion sat upon an outspread saddle blanket at the foot of a stunted palm tree.
Root and honey, palm and spathe, Guard a cub from harm and scathe
and to him is given the palm in the middle-class of speech' is just, but is liable to give a wrong impression.