3 edition of Worm-eaten hinges found in the catalog.
1991 by Hyland House in association with Institute for Contemporary Asian Studies, Monash University in South Yarra, Melbourne, Vic .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||LA1133.7 .G73 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||92130198|
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Worm-eaten hinges. South Yarra, Melbourne, Vic.: Hyland House in association with Institute for Contemporary Asian Studies, Monash University, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joan Grant.
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Notes. Recorded from Worm-eaten hinges: tensions and turmoil in Shanghai, /. Children's picture storybook about a cat and fish who meet in a park one night and embark on an unexpected adventure.
Cat and fish know they come from different worlds, but they like each other's looks and together they find that learning new ways can bring unexpected delights.
Curtis is a multi-award winning fine artist and illustrator. Grant has previously written 'Worm-eaten Hinges' and /5(3). pedant / book louse / bookworm (literal and figurative) 蠹蛀 dù zhù to be moth-eaten / to be worm-eaten 蠹害 dù hài to harm / to endanger 霉蠹 méi dù to mildew and rot / to become mildewed and worm-eaten (of books) 蠹简 dù jiǎn old worm-eaten books 小蠹 xiǎo dù 蠹政 dù zhèng parasitic government 蠹虫.
Bookworm is a general name for any insect that is said to bore through books. The damage to books that is commonly attributed to "bookworms" is, in truth, not caused by any species ofthe larvae of various types of insects including beetles, moths and cockroaches, which may bore or chew through books seeking food, are such larvae exhibit a superficial resemblance.
Grant, Joan, Worm-eaten Hinges: Tensions and Turmoil in Shanghai, –89 (Melbourne: Hyland House, ), pp. 68 – 69; see also Mathews, Jay, “Foreigners in China emerge as a new privileged class,” Washington Post, 9 Marchp. Her publications include The Australopedia (Penguin/McPhee Gribble, ) - the official Children’s book of the Australian Bicentennial, winner of the Children’s Book of the Year Honour Book, - Worm Eaten Hinges (Hyland House, ) - an account of a year teaching in Shanghai Worm-eaten hinges book the Tiananmen student revolt - Cat Worm-eaten hinges book Fish (Lothian.
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户枢不蠹. hù shū bù dù. lit. a door hinge never becomes worm-eaten/constant activity prevents decay (idiom). Rip van winkle is a very interesting book. Rip Van Winkle was a lazy man who loved to help others instead of doing his own work.
and the stock worm-eaten. Page 25 - He found the house gone to Worm-eaten hinges book — the roof fallen in, the windows shattered, and the doors off the hinges. A halfstarved dog that looked like Wolf was skulking 4/5(4).
Synonyms for worm-eaten in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for worm-eaten. 2 synonyms for worm-eaten: vermiculate, wormy. What are synonyms for worm-eaten. insect that eats into books, clothing etc / moth-eaten / worm-eaten.
lit. a door hinge never becomes worm-eaten / constant activity prevents decay (idiom) to become mildewed and worm-eaten (of books) Worm-eaten hinges book to mildew and rot.
A major book-feeding insect is the book or paper louse (aka booklouse or paperlouse). A tiny (under 1 mm), soft-bodied wingless Psocoptera (usually Trogium pulsatorium), that actually feeds on microscopic molds and other organic matter found in ill-maintained works (e.g., cool, damp, dark, and undisturbed areas of archives, libraries, and.
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XIANG Chu, ed. and annot. Wang Fanzhi shi jiao zhu [The Poems of Brahmacârin Wang, Collated and Annotated]. François Jullien. Holding in McGill Library's Rare Books and Special Collections, Blacker Wood Rare Books: Half bound black leather, black bubble cloth over boards, slightly worm-eaten in middle and toward end, blue cotton hinges, stab sewn Gacek, Adam.
Persian manuscripts in the libraries of McGill University, The proverb "Running water is never stale and a door-hinge is never worm-eaten" means that constant motion prevents the inroads of germs and other organisms.
To check up regularly on our work and in the process develop a democratic style of work, to fear neither criticism nor self-criticism, and to apply such good popular Chinese maxims as "Say. This book is licensed for hangs upon rusted iron hinges, and is fastened ajar in a queerly sinister way by means of heavy iron chains and padlocks, according to a gruesome fashion of half a century ago.
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The year after I first beheld the tomb, I stumbled upon a worm-eaten translation of Plutarch’s Lives in the book-filled attic of my home.
Reading the life of Theseus, I was much impressed by that passage telling of the great stone beneath which the boyish hero was to find his tokens of destiny whenever he should become old enough to lift its. The saying ‘Running water is never stale and a door-hinge never gets worm-eaten’ means that moving things are unlikely to go bad.
The saying is from “The annals of Lu Buwei”, which was written in about BC. In Europe, Voltaire () once said: ‘Life lies in motion.’ A. So, I had to trim, add a piece of wood for one hinge, rebate my hinges in at a slight angle into the door, clear where the hinges sit in the frame (not just the screws pressed in), stick to just 2 hinges (the 5mm warp in the middle meant I had to chock the top/bottom hinges.
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户 枢 不 蠹 Trad. 戶 樞 不 蠹. hù shū bù dù. lit. a door hinge never becomes worm-eaten constant activity prevents decay (idiom). The way to good health and longevity has always been an intriguing topic for all peoples. In China the art of healthy living has evolved through thousands of years into a national tradition.
It finds its way into history books, novels, stories, poems, Buddhist, Taoist. The back except the missing bit at the bottom is elm and a bit worm eaten (I have just treated it).
The hinges and lock look old, but the lock is not in its original position, if it is original. The hood has had some mouldings replaced (one in mahogany) and the curved moulding over the door has been painted in gold paint.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Lock, bar and hinges all gave way together and my bed, which was a worm-eaten old campbed, a bit short for me and with one damaged leg, was tossed into the air and fell upside down, pinning me underneath it.
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Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading s: I remember a volume I had seen once in the rare book room at my university, and how there was a locking hinge made of rusted metal, attached to the wooden, worm eaten covers, and how when the hinge was unlatched the book sprang open as if begging to be read, the folded pages of the manuscript parched and dry and written upon in black ink with.
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He was the first American author to achieve international literary renown. The Art of Book-Making () - Part of “The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon. “Flowing water never becomes stale, the door hinge never gets worm-eaten.” A Chinese medicine proverb states that: “Where there is pain, there is no flow, where there is flow there is no pain.” Through Longevity Taijiquan exercises, internal qi can be increased, qi and blood circulated, the body strengthened and disease fought off.
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It seemed as though it might be possible to pierce this worm-eaten barrier. On examining it he found that the door was not a door; it had neither hinges, cross-bars, lock, nor fissure in the middle; the iron bands traversed it from side to side without any break.
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The lanes were thronged with loiterers; and stagnant gutters, and piles of garbage and filth infested the air. In the windows, wisps of straw, old hats, and lumps of bed-tick or brown paper, alternated with shivered pains of broken glass; the walls were the colour of bleached soot, and doors fell from their hinges and worm-eaten posts.
5. As for Worm-Eaten Tomes, don't bother going out of your way to get them. Common Attack Symbols is useless and a waste of 2 CP, especially for where you're at in the game.The furniture here is old, but less damaged then in the other rooms.
A canopy bed with the canopy torn down is along side one of the walls. A writing desk with rusty latches and broken pens lines another.
Two worm eaten rocking chairs are also lying there, one near the .