Definition of Elains
1. elain [n] - See also: elain
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Literary usage of Elains
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1. The London Medical Recorder (1850)
"elains of shortness of breath, particu- irly when walking up a hill or running up stairs, and a sense of tightness is felt across the chest. ..."
2. Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries by Charles Darwin (1846)
"In some parts there were fine damp elains, covered with grass, while others had a soft, lack, and peaty soil. There were also many extensive but shallow ..."
3. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1854)
"elains the tradition which Varro has preserved, that under is reign the planet Venus changed her colour, size, figure, Malalas (tom. ii, p. 190. ..."
4. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"elains. A limited use was made of ird skins with the feathers intact. The weaving art proper was also almost exclusively in the hands of the women. ..."
5. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1886)
"... as a witness on behalf of the complainants, ex- elains it in comparison with the plan described i the patent, with a view to establish their identity. ..."
6. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1847)
"When the Doctor had procured these, two or three shots sent the assailants to the right about, with one of their number killed or wounded, for blood- elains ..."
7. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1827)
"The horses of his predatory cavalry had drunk of the waters of the Indus, before he returned to Cabul. elains of ..."
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