|Statement||by Sydney Grundy.|
|Series||French"s acting edition -- no. 2122., English and American drama of the nineteenth century|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||57|
pair of spectacles (plural pairs of spectacles) A pair of lenses set in a frame worn on the nose and ears in order to correct deficiencies in eyesight or to ornament the face. Synonym of pair (“ score of zero runs in both innings ”) Synonyms. eyeglasses (US) glasses; pair of eyeglasses (US) spectacles; pair of specs (colloquial) pair of. Jan 28, · The Aureate Spectacles by Eliott McKay Review 2/7/17 Purchased @ Amazon 1/2/17 Kidnapping, mystery and intrigue! Michaela was a seemingly normal high school senior, hiding behind a pair of hideous spectacles which masked her true identity/5. "A ‘gold book,’ consisting of a number of plates of gold, fastened together in the shape of a book by wires of the same metal, had been dug up in the northern part of the state of New York, and along with the book an enormous pair of ‘spectacles’! Pair of spectacles definition: a score of 0 in each innings of a match | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
I found an eerie, deserted scene — open laptops, plates of half-eaten food, a pair of spectacles left on a book. The Sun () The latter is an ingenious pair of spectacles that does everything that a high-end smartphone can do, but within millimetres of your eyeballs. Jun 21, · pair of spectacles for reading. The shopkeeper gave him various pairs of spectacles and a book. The villager tried all the spectacles one by one. But he could not read anything. He told the shopkeeper that all those spectacles were useless for him. The shopkeeper gave him a doubtful look. Then he looked at the book. It was upside down! The. The book of Mormon, as a revelation from God, possesses some advantage over the old scripture: it has not been tinctured by the wisdom of man, with here and there an Italic word to supply deficiencies.-It was translated by the gift and power of God, by an unlearned man, through the aid of a pair of Interpreters, or spectacles-(known, perhaps. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.
A Pair of Spectacles is a British silent comedy film directed by Alexander Butler and starring John Hare, Peggy Hyland and Booth Conway, based on the play of the same name by Sydney kauainenehcp.com was made at Isleworth kauainenehcp.comed by: G.B. Samuelson. May 09, · An Autobiography of A Pair of Spectacles Spectacles Yes, 1 am a pair of spectacles and that also a beautiful one indeed, an expensive one and one belonging to a unique person. Spectacles are an item of utility which people wear when their eyes become weak. Apr 17, · The recent discovery of what appears to be an impression of a pair of medieval rivet spectacles in one of the Ransom Center's early printed books was cause for excitement. While conducting a survey of manuscript waste found in early printed books I noticed a faint reddish-brown impression of a pair of spectacles on the rear parchment endpapers of a copy of the Opera of Fr. Luigi Author: Micah Erwin. Directed by Alexander Butler. With John Hare, Peggy Hyland, Booth Conway, James Le Fane. A disillusioned rich man turns mean when he wears his miserly brother's spectacles.