Words to Ride By

On longer weekend rides I have a regular riding partner. And while I donot
generally bike with a group, I like the romance of the French word for a group of
cyclists, peloton, and I do feel part of the greater community of riders. As cyclists
know ...

Words to Ride By

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Notable luminaries throughout history have been inspired and humbled by the simple joy of riding a bicycle. For centuries, this powerful connection between people and bikes has driven humans forward as inventors, travelers, and thinkers. From Susan B. Anthony and Mark Twain to Eddy Merckx and Greg LeMond, collected here are entertaining, inspiring, and philosophical thoughts about cycling from writers (and riders) reflecting on the pleasures, power, and freedom of the bicycle. With beautiful black-and-white photos and illustrations on every spread, this elegant collection of quotations is sure to motivate anyone to get on their bike and enjoy the ride.

An English Greek Lexicon Containig All the Words in General Use with Their Various Significations Classified by Henry R Hamilton

it for riding , ( of a horse ) ιππαστής , έππαστός ; ( of a country ) ιππάσιμος ,
έππηλάσιος , ευήλατος : skilful in riding , ιππικός Ride , ο . διαρπάζω , συλάω ,
σκυλεύω Rift , φάραγξ , f . σχίσμα , η . άγμός , mm . χάσμα , η . Rift , υ , σχίζω ,
διαρρήγνυμι ...

An English Greek Lexicon Containig All the Words in General Use  with Their Various Significations Classified by Henry R  Hamilton

Author: Henry R. Hamilton

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Rider s dictionarie corrected and with the addition of above five hundred words enriched Hereunto is annexed a Dictionarie etymologicall deriving everie word from his native fountaine by F Holyoke

To Ride . i Equito , 2 Vehor . Toride anay . 1 Abequito . To ride about . i Obequito .
To ride by , or neere to . i Adequilo . To ride together . i Coequito , To ride through
. i Percquito . To ride betweene . 1 Interequito . To ride by . 1 Præterequito .

Rider s dictionarie corrected  and with the addition of above five hundred words enriched  Hereunto is annexed a Dictionarie etymologicall  deriving everie word from his native fountaine     by F  Holyoke

Author: John RIDER (Bishop of Killaloe.)

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Glossary of Northamptonshire words and phrases with examples of their colloquial use and illustrations from various authors to which are added the customs of the country

H.P. H.A.D. RIDE . To shift , or move about improperly . A badly made gown rides
up more in one place than another . A figurative expression . 2 . “ To ride grub . "
A singular phrase employed when any one has taken offence , and shows ...

Glossary of Northamptonshire words and phrases  with examples of their colloquial use  and illustrations from various authors  to which are added the customs of the country

Author: Anne Elizabeth Baker

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A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words Obsolete Phrases Proverbs and Ancient Customs from the Fourteenth Century

( 4 ) The ring to which the neck - rope of an | RIDING . ( 1 ) A third part of a county
, a divizio animal in a stable is fastened . peculiar to Yorkshire . RIDDLE - CAKES
. Thick , sour , oaten cakes , | ( 2 ) A road cut in a wood . North . which differ little ...

A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words  Obsolete Phrases  Proverbs  and Ancient Customs  from the Fourteenth Century

Author: James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps

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A Dictionary of Archaic Provincial Words Obsolete Phrases Proverbs Ancient Customs Form the Fourteenth Century

RIDDLE - CAKES . Thick , sour , oaten cakes , | ( 2 ) A road cut in a wood . North .
which differ little from that which is called ( 3 ) An encounter . Robson . hand -
hoven - bread , having but little leaven , / ( 4 ) Riding of the witch , a popular
phrase ...

A Dictionary of Archaic   Provincial Words  Obsolete Phrases  Proverbs   Ancient Customs  Form the Fourteenth Century

Author: James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps

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Journal of Proceedings of the First Branch City Council of Baltimore at the Sessions of

Amend by adding after the word " age , " at the end of the ordinance the following
: “ Or baby carriages . ” Amend the title by striking out the words “ to ride a bicycle
or tricycle ” and inserting the following words in lieu thereof : “ From riding ...

Journal of Proceedings of the First Branch City Council of Baltimore at the Sessions of

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Northumberland Words

Ride away ! " a call from the banksman to the onsetter or men working in the shaft
, meaning that men can get into the cage and be drawn up . RIDE - AND - TIE , a
common practice in going over the fells , by which two travellers use a single ...

Northumberland Words

Author: Harry Haldane

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The West Somerset Word book

You can jump in the train and ride so var ' s Norton , and tidn not more ' n a mild
therevrom . The Athenæum , Nov . 28 , 1885 , p . 699 , calls “ riding in a gig " an
Americanism . No other phrase would be used by a Somerset native . And ryde ...

The West Somerset Word book

Author: Frederick Thomas Elworthy

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A first English course

Riding is pleasant . ( 2 . ) To ride is pleasant . These two sentences express the
same fact , and therefore the words riding and to ride have the same meaning .
Riding being the name of an action , is an abstract noun . Ridè , when used as a
 ...

A first English course

Author: William Martin (A.C.P.)

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Household Words

Either it is not bon - ton to ride the Shadow of Stick through which these in mufti (
and , to be candid , there are very men are continually passing , that casts this
few gentlemen , save the members of the corps evil hang - dog cloud upon them .

Household Words

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Good words ed by N Macleod

One consequences that may be regrettable . ride cannot , therefore , as a matter
of course , be 7 . In order to effect a long ride without taken to represent another ,
and it is very bad severe fatigue it is good , and , indeed , right , to set up as a ...

Good words  ed  by N  Macleod

Author: Norman Macleod

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Arcana C lestia the Heavenly Mysteries Contained in the Holy Scripture Or Word of the Lord Unfolded in a Exposition of Genesis and Exodus Toghether with a Relation of Wonderful Things Seen in the World of Spirits and in the Heaven of Angels by Emanuel Swedenborg

In the Word , booths or tents properly signify the holy principle of truth , and are
distinguished from tabernacles , which ... denotes that those things which appear
to man are respectively darkness , such is the literal sense of the Word ; to ride ...

Arcana C  lestia the Heavenly Mysteries Contained in the Holy Scripture  Or Word of the Lord  Unfolded  in a Exposition of Genesis and Exodus Toghether with a Relation of Wonderful Things Seen in the World of Spirits and in the Heaven of Angels by Emanuel Swedenborg

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There are also words liable to be mispronounced . ... It is the custom to divide
words into eight parts of speech , and when a hard one occurs to slip it in with
several others and parse all ... The word to , in the expression to ride , is a
preposition .

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