flint is right in saying that this was not “a first” for cable television.
GM's founder lost his shirt in the Depression and ended his days managing a bowling alley in flint, Michigan.
“If you are a waiter, you can make twice as much in Austin relative to flint,” remarked Moretti.
The Republican vice presidential nominee cut short an interview with ABC12 in flint, Mich., after being asked about gun laws.
They remain that way for three months, making grazing in the flint Hills a 90-day experience ending in early August.
When these were lighted with flint and steel the problem was solved.
Red Morning had a club he had made, with a flint set into the side.
Her laughter was less merciful than the ring of flint on steel.
I am the steel, d'ye see, which knocks the valour out of your flint.
These flint daggers differed also in size, but seldom exceeded a foot in length.
Old English flint "flint, rock," common Germanic (cf. Middle Dutch vlint, Old High German flins, Danish flint), from PIE *splind- "to split, cleave," from root *(s)plei- "to splice, split" (cf. Greek plinthos "brick, tile," Old Irish slind "brick"). Transferred senses were in Old English.
abounds in all the plains and valleys of the wilderness of the forty years' wanderings. In Isa. 50:7 and Ezek. 3:9 the expressions, where the word is used, means that the "Messiah would be firm and resolute amidst all contempt and scorn which he would meet; that he had made up his mind to endure it, and would not shrink from any kind or degree of suffering which would be necessary to accomplish the great work in which he was engaged." (Comp. Ezek. 3:8, 9.) The words "like a flint" are used with reference to the hoofs of horses (Isa. 5:28).