Home and friendship were defined by what was on the bookshelf and who shared your readings.
Still the greatest novel ever written; still, for me, full of undiscovered treasures after five readings.
From your readings of the books how would you describe them?
That said, there are countless activities, from lectures, walking tours, and readings to yoga and gallery openings.
Regarding the spinach and kakina, he conceded that “there can be some health risks if readings are measured over a long time.”
There are two important corrections to which its readings are subject.
But the writings and readings of men will not be enough to ensure this.
They readily responded, and we agreed upon having three morning readings in London.
The battery should be charged several hours before the readings are taken.
The two verses are difficult, the readings and renderings of most of the words being very various.
Old English ræding, "a reading, the act of reading" either silent or aloud, "a passage or lesson," verbal noun; see read (v.)). Meaning "interpretation" is from mid-14c. (in reference to dreams). Meaning "a form of a passage of text" is from 1550s; that of "a public event featuring reading aloud" is from 1787.
county town of Berkshire, Old English Readingum (c.900), "(Settlement of) the family or followers of a man called *Read."