artist, photographer, writer
01. Umbrella Ettiquite
02. A Guide To Eating In The
Presence Of Someone You’re
04. The Ghost
THE BOSTON GLOBE
Portland Housing Crisis
THE BOSTON GLOBE
Lawsuit accuses a longtime Massachusetts
teacher of child sex abuse while working
at Maine summer camp
Five profiles on various Portlanders and
their unique homes.
02. In Quiet Ways
Usually one of a collection of such acquaintances; not normally extended to lovers or relations.
2.b. Old English– freond, n. A person who takes the same side as another in war, a political contest or debate, etc.; an ally.
2.a. 1706– group, v. transitive. To bring together as a group, to make a group of; to position (people or things) close together so as to form a collective unity.
2.a. 1706– jamb, variant of jam, v.¹ transitive. To press, squeeze, or crowd (a number of objects) together in a compact mass; to pack with force or vigour; to force together.
2.b. 1805– jamb, variant of jam, n.¹ The action of jamming; the fact or condition of being jammed, or tightly packed or squeezed, so as to prevent movement; a crush, a squeeze.
1.b. 1645– morose, adj.² Theology. Of a thought or feeling: wrongly or sinfully prolonged or dwelt upon. Now rare.
2.a. 1755- nickel, n.² A U.S. or Canadian coin made of an alloy of nickel and copper and equal to 5 cents.
3.a. 1872- nickel, v. transitive. To plate with nickel.
1.b. a1470– question, v. transitive. To ask a question or questions of (a person), esp. in an official context; to interrogate. Also in extended use.
a1325– quest, n.² A long or arduous search for something.
2.a. a1400– reason, v. To think in a connected or logical manner; to employ the faculty of reason in forming conclusions. intransitive.
Old English–1522 sale, n.¹ A hall or spacious chamber; a king's or noble's lodging, palace, castle; occasionally a tent.
1.a. a1393– train, n.¹ An elongated back of a robe or skirt, or a separate long piece of material attached at the back of formal dress, which trails behind on the ground.
1.b. 1559– train, n.² The tail of a comet; (also) a luminous trail left by the passage of a meteor through the atmosphere.
diazepam, C16H13N2OCl, used esp. as an anti-anxiety
agent, hypnotic, and muscle relaxant
1568– umber, n.³ A brown earth used as a pigment.
1688– umbilicus, n. Anatomy. The central depression in the abdomen, marking the point of attachment of the umbilical cord; the navel.
1426– umbrage, n. spec. Shade or shadow cast by trees or the like.
1609– umbrella, n. A portable protection against bad weather, made of silk or similar material fastened on slender ribs, which are attached radially to a stick and can be opened or closed, providing shelter from rain or sun as needed.
1892– woodruff, n.² A key whose cross-section is part circular (to fit into a curved keyway in a shaft) and part rectangular.
Old English– woof, n.¹ The threads that cross from side to side of a web, at right angles to the warp
Old English– wool, n. The fine soft curly hair forming the fleecy coat of the domesticated sheep (and similar animals), characterized by its property of felting.
definitions borrowed (and occasionally modified) from Oxford English Dictionary, and Collins Dictionary.
video credits: Jordan Hundelt Director and Editor, Trisha Pickelhaupt Camera Operator