This is a test of whether public television can support a show like this as it does its nonpareil documentary series, Frontline.
Rates of Advertising.Each line of nonpareil type, 15 cents for first insertion and 10 cents for each subsequent insertion.
The phœnix,” she sighed, “the paragon, the nonpareil of the buttery.
These are made in lengths of one yard and in sizes of 6-point (nonpareil), 12-point (pica), and 18-point.
The “nonpareil” was then taken off, and they started a coach called the “Tally Ho!”
Just before it is served, sprinkle over it some nonpareil comfits, or stick into it a few blanched almonds slit.
It belongs to the nonpareil family, and is valuable as a late winter apple.
One evening, the nonpareil of its race, especially “burned the mind.”
It is generally allowed that the nonpareil is originally from France.
He was too small to wrestle with the forms—being cast in the nonpareil mould of his race—and so we put him to carrying papers.
late 15c., "having no equal," from Middle French nonpareil "unequalled, peerless," from non- "not" (see non-) + pareil "equal." The noun meaning "an unequaled person or thing" is from 1590s; first applied to a kind of candy 1690s. As the name of a printing type (6 point size) it is attested from 1640s.