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SOUTH
ROUTINE
WORD ORDER
DIVERSITY
POEMS
UNION ARMY
STRIPED
INSANE
SINGLE GAME
DAILY ROUTINE
BREAK
MONOTONY
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Definitions

  1. The monotony was broken somewhat by a party one night, with Russell's Sherpa friends invited to provide live entertainment. (Web site)
  2. The monotony was briefly broken at 1708 hours, when Prince of Wales' s radar detected an aircraft. (Web site)
  3. The monotony was broken just near the end by the rendezvous with Gemini 6. (Web site)

South

  1. But the midlands, the west, and the south of England, in spite of an absence of great elevation, contain no plains of such extent as might make for monotony.

Routine

  1. Phelps is the ultimate in monotony, both in routine and outcome. (Web site)

Word Order

  1. Yet by means of small subtleties of variation in pause, word order, long and short syllables, Gray always saves the poem from monotony. (Web site)

Diversity

  1. Because of its size, Russia displays both monotony and diversity.

Poems

  1. The brevity of the poems and their uniform smoothness sometimes produce the effect of monotony. (Web site)

Union Army

  1. Rhodes kept a diary during his four years in the Union army, and his notes reveal the monotony of the winter months in the Army of the Potomac. (Web site)

Striped

  1. Printed Casual Sarees with a hint of colorful florals breaking the monotony of striped or zig zag pattern are fabulous to say the least.

Insane

  1. Chaplin stars as an assembly-line worker driven insane by the monotony of his job.
  2. Charlie Chaplin is a production line worker driven insane by the monotony of his job.

Single Game

  1. It is a rare moment when a single game shatters the boundaries of this monotony, and System Shock 2 is that game.

Daily Routine

  1. Growing up, Mary Cholmondeley liked to tell stories to her siblings and turned to writing fiction as an escape from the monotony of her daily routine.

Break

  1. The effect of a critical hit is to break up the monotony of a battle with high, unusual results.

Monotony

  1. In an industry that advocates monotony, Goapele (Qua-Puh-Lay) is an autonomist - a poster girl for individualism, a non-conformist.
  2. The pillar of the tokonoma should be of a different kind of wood from the other pillars, in order to break any suggestion of monotony in the room.

Categories

  1. Live Entertainment
  2. Break
  3. Daily Routine
  4. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Ethics > Individualism
  5. Single Game
  6. Books about "Monotony" in Amazon.com

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