Crossword clues for heart
- Word with burn or break
- Tin Woodsman's need
- Tin Man's want
- Tin Man's request
- Tin Man's quest
- Tin Man's prize
- Tin Man's desire
- The Tin Man's desire
- Red card
- Pumping organ
- Internal organ
- Four-chambered organ
- Eat your ____ out
- Chest thumper?
- Cardiac organ
- Body pump
- Atrium locale
- A certain king or queen, e.g
- ''Barracuda'' band
- _____ River, Alberta
- You gotta have it
- Word with "burn" or "break"
- Welty novel "The Ponder ___"
- Valentine's Day shape
- Valentine's Day decoration
- Tin Woodman's wish
- Tin Woodman's need
- Tin Woodman's desire
- The Tin Man wanted one
- The suicide king, e.g
- Texter's "less than three"?
- Symbol on many a bumper sticker
- Symbol on a valentine
- Soul partner
- Song beginning "Well, since my baby left me"
- Sleeve wear for some
- Shape of Twitter's "like" button
- Shape of a Valentine's Day candy box, often
- Shape carved on a tree, often
- Shape carved on a tree, maybe
- Shape carved on a tree
- Sense of sympathy
- Rock band led by two sisters
- Red king, e.g
- Quotation part 6
- Purple ____
- Pump that breaks?
- Pump organ
- Organ in the circulatory system
- One of 13 cards
- Ogre's lack
- Mouthful for a frightened one
- Might know your favorite song by this
- Mid-Feb. symbol
- Metaphor for emotion
- Lettuce part
- Kind of throb or land
- It "has its reasons which reason knows nothing of": Pascal
- Internal pump
- Image on a valentine
- EKG organ
- Either eye in a romantic emoji
- Earth (anag)
- Constant beater
- Companion of "soul."
- Circulation manager?
- Celery tidbit
- Buffett "Songs You Know by ___"
- Bodily pump
- Blood's starting place
- Blood-pumping organ
- Blood pump
- Beating organ
- Barnard concern
- Band led by the Wilson sisters
- Atrium site
- Artichoke's center
- Any of 13 red playing cards
- Ann and Nancy Wilson
- 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees whose lead singer and guitarist are sisters
- "What About Love" band
- "The ___ of Midlothian"
- "Let every ___ prepare him room"
- "Cross my ___"
- "Crazy on You" band
- "Crazy ___" (Jeff Bridges' Oscar film)
- "Captain Planet" element
- "Barracuda" rockers
- ____ ache
- Missing partners at cards in Sgt Pepper’s club
- Yell on poor football team: they’re looking for a match?
- Drawing off card shows do-gooder
- Going back on decision to have transplant operation?
- Shift in attitude
- With complete sincerity
- Essentially a nasty threat
- Really try in a TT
- Deep down in U-boat, hear torpedo
- Off pat
- Somehow let a horse become discouraged
- Medal Regius Professor initially suggested?
- Fancy Scottish side to get medals abroad
- Love, on bumper stickers
- "Damn Yankees" hit
- Tin Woodman's quest
- One of the Four H's
- Inside pump
- Coward's lack
- The Tin Woodsman's quest
- Breast beater
- Soul mate?
- It's strengthened by 20-Across
- Circulation director?
- Valentine symbol
- What the Tin Woodman sought from the Wizard of Oz
- Gift from the Wizard of Oz that's really a clock
- It may be seen with a 37-Across
- Symbol after "I" on many a bumper sticker
- See 30-Down
- Internal pumper
- Its rhythmic contractions pump blood through the body
- A positive feeling of liking
- A firm rather dry variety meat (usually beef or veal)
- Conventionally used on playing cards and valentines
- A plane figure with rounded sides curving inward at the top and intersecting at the bottom
- An inclination or tendency of a certain kind
- The choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience
- The courage to carry on
- The hollow muscular organ located behind the sternum and between the lungs
- The locus of feelings and intuitions
- An area that is approximately central within some larger region
- You gotta have miles of it
- Artichoke part
- What "you gotta have"
- End of quotation
- Core — card
- Cor or core
- This is sometimes lost
- Suit card
- "The ___ Is a Lonely Hunter"
- "Cross my ___ . . . "
- Kind of beat or burn
- Welty's "The Ponder ___"
- Innermost part
- Generous disposition
- Greene's "The ___ of the Matter"
- "Young at ___"
- By ___ (from memory)
- Cupid's target
- Vital organ
- Middle Earth with another eclipse
- Middle card
- Queen wears hat regularly for courage
- Core; organ
- Core of world back to front
- Cordiality and warmth - that's about right
- Card offering sympathy?
- Spirit of our planet finally coming to the fore
- Listen to opening of toccata for organ
- Run in preliminary contest, showing courage
- Pick up top off that bottle!
- Pick up end of carpet beater
- Bodily organ
- Bit of veg hard to lift in soil
- It's strengthened by 20-A
- It beats a man with skill
- That man’s cunning, displaying compassion
- Body part
- Central part
- Playing card
- Essential part
- Tin Man's need
- Cardiologist's concern
- Cardiology concern
- Soul mate
- Valentine's Day symbol
- Chest beater?
- Artichoke center
- Valentine decoration
- Most essential part
- "Barracuda" band
- Ticker symbol?
- Kind of burn
- Classic tattoo
- Valentine's Day offering
- Valentine shape
- Pacemaker's place
- Central section
- What the Tin Man wanted
- Soul's partner
- Organ with chambers
- Certain card
- Capacity for sympathy
- Artichoke serving
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Heart \Heart\ (h[aum]rt), v. t. To give heart to; to hearten; to encourage; to inspirit.
My cause is hearted; thine hath no less reason.
Heart \Heart\, v. i. To form a compact center or heart; as, a hearting cabbage.
Heart \Heart\ (h[aum]rt), n. [OE. harte, herte, heorte, AS. heorte; akin to OS. herta, OFies. hirte, D. hart, OHG. herza, G. herz, Icel. hjarta, Sw. hjerta, Goth. ha['i]rt[=o], Lith. szirdis, Russ. serdtse, Ir. cridhe, L. cor, Gr. kardi`a, kh^r. [root]277. Cf. Accord, Discord, Cordial, 4th Core, Courage.]
(Anat.) A hollow, muscular organ, which, by contracting rhythmically, keeps up the circulation of the blood.
Why does my blood thus muster to my heart!
Note: In adult mammals and birds, the heart is four-chambered, the right auricle and ventricle being completely separated from the left auricle and ventricle; and the blood flows from the systemic veins to the right auricle, thence to the right ventricle, from which it is forced to the lungs, then returned to the left auricle, thence passes to the left ventricle, from which it is driven into the systemic arteries. See Illust. under Aorta. In fishes there are but one auricle and one ventricle, the blood being pumped from the ventricle through the gills to the system, and thence returned to the auricle. In most amphibians and reptiles, the separation of the auricles is partial or complete, and in reptiles the ventricles also are separated more or less completely. The so-called lymph hearts, found in many amphibians, reptiles, and birds, are contractile sacs, which pump the lymph into the veins.
The seat of the affections or sensibilities, collectively or separately, as love, hate, joy, grief, courage, and the like; rarely, the seat of the understanding or will; -- usually in a good sense, when no epithet is expressed; the better or lovelier part of our nature; the spring of all our actions and purposes; the seat of moral life and character; the moral affections and character itself; the individual disposition and character; as, a good, tender, loving, bad, hard, or selfish heart.
Hearts are dust, hearts' loves remain.
The nearest the middle or center; the part most hidden and within; the inmost or most essential part of any body or system; the source of life and motion in any organization; the chief or vital portion; the center of activity, or of energetic or efficient action; as, the heart of a country, of a tree, etc.
Exploits done in the heart of France.
Peace subsisting at the heart Of endless agitation.
Courage; courageous purpose; spirit.
Eve, recovering heart, replied.
The expelled nations take heart, and when they fly from one country invade another.
--Sir W. Temple.
Vigorous and efficient activity; power of fertile production; condition of the soil, whether good or bad.
That the spent earth may gather heart again.
That which resembles a heart in shape; especially, a roundish or oval figure or object having an obtuse point at one end, and at the other a corresponding indentation, -- used as a symbol or representative of the heart.
One of the suits of playing cards, distinguished by the figure or figures of a heart; as, hearts are trumps.
Vital part; secret meaning; real intention.
And then show you the heart of my message.
A term of affectionate or kindly and familiar address. ``I speak to thee, my heart.'' --Shak. Note: Heart is used in many compounds, the most of which need no special explanation; as, heart-appalling, heart-breaking, heart-cheering, heart-chilled, heart-expanding, heart-free, heart-hardened, heart-heavy, heart-purifying, heart-searching, heart-sickening, heart-sinking, heart-sore, heart-stirring, heart-touching, heart-wearing, heart-whole, heart-wounding, heart-wringing, etc. After one's own heart, conforming with one's inmost approval and desire; as, a friend after my own heart. The Lord hath sought him a man after his own heart. --1 Sam. xiii. 14. At heart, in the inmost character or disposition; at bottom; really; as, he is at heart a good man. By heart, in the closest or most thorough manner; as, to know or learn by heart. ``Composing songs, for fools to get by heart'' (that is, to commit to memory, or to learn thoroughly). --Pope. to learn by heart, to memorize. For my heart, for my life; if my life were at stake. [Obs.] ``I could not get him for my heart to do it.'' --Shak. Heart bond (Masonry), a bond in which no header stone stretches across the wall, but two headers meet in the middle, and their joint is covered by another stone laid header fashion. --Knight. Heart and hand, with enthusiastic co["o]peration. Heart hardness, hardness of heart; callousness of feeling; moral insensibility. --Shak. Heart heaviness, depression of spirits. --Shak. Heart point (Her.), the fess point. See Escutcheon. Heart rising, a rising of the heart, as in opposition. Heart shell (Zo["o]l.), any marine, bivalve shell of the genus Cardium and allied genera, having a heart-shaped shell; esp., the European Isocardia cor; -- called also heart cockle. Heart sickness, extreme depression of spirits. Heart and soul, with the utmost earnestness. Heart urchin (Zo["o]l.), any heartshaped, spatangoid sea urchin. See Spatangoid. Heart wheel, a form of cam, shaped like a heart. See Cam. In good heart, in good courage; in good hope. Out of heart, discouraged. Poor heart, an exclamation of pity. To break the heart of.
To bring to despair or hopeless grief; to cause to be utterly cast down by sorrow.
To bring almost to completion; to finish very nearly; -- said of anything undertaken; as, he has broken the heart of the task.
To find in the heart, to be willing or disposed. ``I could find in my heart to ask your pardon.''
--Sir P. Sidney.
To have at heart, to desire (anything) earnestly.
To have in the heart, to purpose; to design or intend to do.
To have the heart in the mouth, to be much frightened.
To lose heart, to become discouraged.
To lose one's heart, to fall in love.
To set the heart at rest, to put one's self at ease.
To set the heart upon, to fix the desires on; to long for earnestly; to be very fond of.
To take heart of grace, to take courage.
To take to heart, to grieve over.
To wear one's heart upon one's sleeve, to expose one's feelings or intentions; to be frank or impulsive.
With all one's heart, With one's whole heart, very earnestly; fully; completely; devotedly.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English heorte "heart; breast, soul, spirit, will, desire; courage; mind, intellect," from Proto-Germanic *herton- (cognates: Old Saxon herta, Old Frisian herte, Old Norse hjarta, Dutch hart, Old High German herza, German Herz, Gothic hairto), from PIE *kerd- "heart" (cognates: Greek kardia, Latin cor, Old Irish cride, Welsh craidd, Hittite kir, Lithuanian širdis, Russian serdce "heart," Breton kreiz "middle," Old Church Slavonic sreda "middle").\n
\nSpelling with -ea- is c.1500, reflecting what then was a long vowel, and remained when pronunciation shifted. Most of the figurative senses were present in Old English, including "intellect, memory," now only in by heart. Heart attack attested from 1875; heart disease is from 1864. The card game hearts is so called from 1886.
n. 1 (context anatomy English) A muscular organ that pumps blood through the body, traditionally thought to be the seat of emotion. 2 (context uncountable English) emotions, kindness, moral effort, or spirit in general. vb. 1 (context transitive poetic or humorous English) To be fond of. Often bracketed or abbreviated with a heart symbol. 2 (context transitive obsolete English) To give heart to; to hearten; to encourage. 3 (context transitive masonry English) To fill an interior with rubble, as a wall or a breakwater. 4 (context intransitive agriculture botany English) To form a dense cluster of leaves, a heart, especially of lettuce or cabbage.
n. the locus of feelings and intuitions; "in your heart you know it is true"; "her story would melt your bosom" [syn: bosom]
an area that is approximately central within some larger region; "it is in the center of town"; "they ran forward into the heart of the struggle"; "they were in the eye of the storm" [syn: center, centre, middle, eye]
the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience; "the gist of the prosecutor's argument"; "the heart and soul of the Republican Party"; "the nub of the story" [syn: kernel, substance, core, center, essence, gist, heart and soul, inwardness, marrow, meat, nub, pith, sum, nitty-gritty]
an inclination or tendency of a certain kind; "he had a change of heart" [syn: spirit]
a plane figure with rounded sides curving inward at the top and intersecting at the bottom; conventionally used on playing cards and valentines; "he drew a heart and called it a valentine"
a firm rather dry variety meat (usually beef or veal); "a five-pound beef heart will serve six"
a playing card in the major suit of hearts; "he led the queen of hearts"
Heart is an American rock band that first found success in Canada and later in the United States and worldwide. Over the group's four-decade history, it has had three primary lineups, with the constant center of the group since 1974 being sisters Ann Wilson (lead singer) and Nancy Wilson (guitarist). Heart rose to fame in the mid-1970s with hits " Magic Man" and " Barracuda" as music influenced by hard rock and heavy metal, as well as folk music. Their popularity declined in the early 1980s, but the band enjoyed a comeback starting in 1985 and experienced even greater success with album-oriented rock hits and hard-rock ballads into the 1990s. With Jupiter's Darling (2004), Red Velvet Car (2010), Fanatic (2012), and Beautiful Broken (2016) Heart made a return to its hard rock and acoustic folk roots.
To date, Heart has sold over 35 million records worldwide, including over 22.5 million in album sales in the U.S. The group was ranked number 57 on VH1's " 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock". With Top 10 albums on the Billboard Album Chart in the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and 2010s, Heart is among the most commercially enduring hard rock bands in history. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2013.
Since 2002, the band has had six members.
A heart is a muscular organ that pumps blood in various species.
Heart may also refer to:
- Heart (symbol), ♥, representing love, the organ, or a card suit
- Heart (Chinese medicine), 心, a zàng-fǔ organ stipulated by traditional Chinese medicine
The Heart ( 心, ) is one of the zàng organs stipulated by Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It is a functionally defined entity and not equivalent to the anatomical organ of the same name.
Heart is the fifth album by L'Arc-en-Ciel, released on February 25, 1998. It is the band's first album with yukihiro on drums, and marked the band's return to mainstream attention following the arrest of the former drummer sakura. It reached number one on the Oricon chart and sold over a million copies, being certified by the RIAJ.
The first single to be released from this album was " Niji".
The heart is a muscular organ in humans and other animals, which pumps blood through the blood vessels of the circulatory system. Blood provides the body with oxygen and nutrients, as well as assists in the removal of metabolic wastes. The heart is located in the middle compartment of the chest.
In humans, other mammals, and birds, the heart is divided into four chambers: upper left and right atria; and lower left and right ventricles. Commonly the right atrium and ventricle are referred together as the right heart and their left counterparts as the left heart. Fish in contrast have two chambers, an atrium and a ventricle, while reptiles have three chambers. In a healthy heart blood flows one way through the heart due to heart valves, which prevent backflow. The heart is enclosed in a protective sac, the pericardium, which also contains a small amount of fluid. The wall of the heart is made up of three layers: epicardium, myocardium, and endocardium.
The heart is a muscular organ that pumps blood throughout the body, with a rhythm determined by a group of pacemaking cells in the sinoatrial node. These generate a current that causes contraction of the heart, traveling through the atrioventricular node and along the conduction system of the heart. The heart receives blood low in oxygen from the systemic circulation, which enters the right atrium from the superior and inferior venae cavae and passes to the right ventricle. From here it is pumped into the pulmonary circulation, through the lungs where it receives oxygen and gives off carbon dioxide. Oxygenated blood then returns to the left atrium, passes through the left ventricle and is pumped out through the aorta to the systemic circulation−where the oxygen is used and metabolized to carbon dioxide. The heart beats at a resting rate close to 72 beats per minute. Exercise temporarily increases the rate, but lowers resting heart rate in the long term, and is good for heart health.
Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are the most common cause of death globally as of 2008, accounting for 30% of deaths. Of these more than three quarters are a result of coronary artery disease and stroke. Risk factors include: smoking, being overweight, little exercise, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and poorly controlled diabetes, among others. Cardiovascular diseases frequently have no symptoms or may cause chest pain or shortness of breath. Diagnosis of heart disease is often done by the taking of a medical history, listening to the heart-sounds with a stethoscope, ECG, and ultrasound. Specialists who focus on diseases of the heart are called cardiologists, although many specialties of medicine may be involved in treatment.
Heart is an album by the Canadian indie rock band Stars, released on Paper Bag Records in Canada and on Arts & Crafts in the USA.
The album features three regional covers: the Canadian cover features a man embracing a woman resting on his lap, the US cover features a billboard with a girl's eyes gazing onward and the European cover features three girls spying out of a porthole.
The album was originally released with a bonus promotional sampler of acts with current releases on Paper Bag, including Matthew Barber, Hawaii, The FemBots and Uncut. Two tracks from Heart were repeated on the sampler, along with a non-album bonus track, "Timeless."
The US release includes a hidden bonus track, a live version of " The Comeback", originally taken from the 2001 EP of the same name. The track "Look Up" uses an English horn solo from the beginning of the third movement of Symphonie Fantastique by Berlioz and the track "The Woods" contains quotes from the movie Grey Gardens, the famed cult-classic documentary from 1975. Videos for the songs "Elevator Love Letter" and "Look Up" were shot to promote this album.
The album was recorded in the bedroom of keyboard player Chris Seligman on Avenue Mont-Royal in Montreal.
The heart shape is an ideograph used to express the idea of the "heart" in its metaphorical or symbolic sense as the center of emotion, including affection and love, especially (but not exclusively) romantic love.
The "wounded heart" indicating love sickness came to be depicted as a heart symbol pierced with an arrow ( Cupid's), or heart symbol "broken" in two or more pieces.
- redirect Heart (symbol)
"Heart" is Do As Infinity's second single, and the first of four singles with remixes, released in 1999.
This song was included in the band's compilation albums Do the Best and Do the A-side.
"Heart" is a song recorded by Pet Shop Boys which reached #1 on the UK Singles Chart for three weeks in April 1988 (see 1988 in music), becoming their last native number 1 song to date. The song was included on the group's second studio album, Actually.
The Heart mansion (心宿, pinyin: Xīn Xiù) is one of the Twenty-eight mansions of the Chinese constellations. It is one of the eastern mansions of the Azure Dragon.
Heart is a novel written by the Italian author Edmondo De Amicis who was a novelist, journalist, writer and poet. The novel is his best known work to this day, having been inspired by his own children Furio and Ugo who had been schoolboys at the time. It is set during the Italian unification, and includes several patriotic themes. It was issued by Treves on October 18, 1886, the first day of school in Italy, and rose to immediate success.
Through its investigation of social issues such as poverty, Heart shows the influence of left-wing ideologies on De Amicis' work (he was later to join the Italian Socialist Party). Because of this, the book remained influential (and the staple of many textbooks) in countries of the Eastern Bloc. On the other hand, the book's strong evocation of Italian nationalism and patriotism also made it very welcome in Fascist Italy.
Heart is the self-titled eighth studio album, released by the American rock band Heart. Released in 1985, the album continued the band's transition into mainstream rock, a genre that yielded the band its greatest commercial success. Marking the band's Capitol Records debut, it spent 92 weeks on the U.S. Billboard 200 and became the only Heart album so far to hit number one, reaching quintuple platinum status. It also yielded the first number-one single for the band, " These Dreams", along with four other hit singles: " What About Love", " Never", " Nothin' at All" and " If Looks Could Kill". The first three cuts also made the U.S. top ten.
In 1986, the album was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.
Heart is a biweekly peer-reviewed medical journal covering all areas of cardiovascular medicine and surgery. It is the official journal of the British Cardiovascular Society. It was established in 1939 as the British Heart Journal and is published by the BMJ Group. The name was changed from British Heart Journal to Heart in 1996 with the start of volume 75.
Topics covered include coronary disease, electrophysiology, valve disease, imaging techniques, congenital heart disease (fetal, paediatric, and adult), heart failure, surgery, and basic science. Each issue also contains an extensive continuing professional education section ("Education in Heart").
The journal is available online by subscription, with archives from before 2006 accessible free of charge. The editor-in-chief is Catherine Otto ( University of Washington).
Heart is a radio network of 21 adult contemporary local radio stations operated by Global Radio in the United Kingdom, broadcasting a mix of local and networked programming. Eighteen of the Heart stations are owned by Global, while the other three are operated under franchise agreements.
Heart is the debut album of artist Yuna Ito, released on January 24, 2007. It comes in a CD version, and a limited CD+DVD Version, that includes a 32-special-page-booklet and music videos. Heart debuted at number 1 on the Oricon Weekly Charts for Japan.
Heart is a studio album by French singer Amanda Lear, first released in 2001 by Le Marais Prod.
Heart is a 2006 Indonesian film directed by Hanny R Saputra and starring Nirina Zubir, Irwansyah and Acha Septriasa. The film's soundtrack features the popular duet "My Heart" between Irwansyah and Acha Septriasa, which won Best Song at the MTV Indonesia Movie Awards in 2006. Heart also won Most Favourite Movie and Most Favourite Heart Melting Moment at the awards show.
Heart is a 1987 film directed by James Lemmo.
Heart is the sixth studio album from Italian singer–songwriter Elisa. It was released on 13 November 2009 in Italy.
Heart is the second studio album from contemporary Christian music artist Audrey Assad, released on February 14, 2012. The album features songwriting contributions from Matt Maher, Derek Webb, Christopher Stevens and Sandra McCracken. The first single from the album, "Sparrow," was released on November 2, 2011 and is based on the classic hymn " His Eye is on the Sparrow."
HEART is a framework for mobile design and metrics. It is an acronym that stands for happiness, engagement, adoption, retention and task success. Included by Gartner as a design approach that accommodates mobile interface issues such as partial user attention and interruption.
♥ (Heart) is the fourth EP by the Norwegian electronic dance music producer Aleksander Vinter, and his third under the alias "Savant". It was released on 13 March 2013. Its total length of 30:44 comprises five tracks.
"Heart" (stylized as "♥" in Fox's video preview materials) is the thirteenth episode of the third season of the American musical television series Glee, and the fifty-seventh overall. Written by Ali Adler and directed by co-creator Brad Falchuk, the episode aired on Fox in the United States on February 14, 2012, and features Valentine's Day love songs performed by the McKinley High glee club. It also features the debuts of special guest stars Jeff Goldblum and Brian Stokes Mitchell as Rachel's two fathers and The Glee Project winner Samuel Larsen as transfer student Joe Hart.
Whitney Houston's version of Dolly Parton's " I Will Always Love You" is performed by Mercedes ( Amber Riley) in the episode, and the completed episode had been delivered to the network and was scheduled to run in three days when Houston died unexpectedly on February 11, 2012; a dedication to her was added in the episode's end credits. Reviewers gave Riley's rendition a very positive reception, the best of those given to the ten songs that were heard in the episode, though the performances in general were well received. It was one of two songs from the episode to chart on the Billboard Hot 100 and the Canadian Hot 100, along with " Stereo Hearts", while the other six singles did not chart.
Reviews of the episode varied widely, but there was more positive reaction than not. The greatest enthusiasm was for Rachel's fathers, though Principal Figgins ( Iqbal Theba) was complimented on his brief scenes, and the scene with Kurt ( Chris Colfer) and Karofsky ( Max Adler) was also praised. The episode was also significant because it featured an on-screen kiss by Santana ( Naya Rivera) and Brittany ( Heather Morris), which was the show's first lesbian kiss.
Upon its initial airing, this episode was viewed by 6.99 million American viewers and received a 2.8/8 Nielsen rating/share in the 18–49 demographic, the lowest rating of the third season to date. The total viewership was down over 11% from the previous episode, " The Spanish Teacher".
Usage examples of "heart".
A shadow seemed to settle on his heart as he thought of the Aberrant lady they had met in Axekami.
Then the witch with her abhominable science, began to conjure and to make her Ceremonies, to turne the heart of the Baker to his wife, but all was in vaine, wherefore considering on the one side that she could not bring her purpose to passe, and on the other side the losse of her gaine, she ran hastily to the Baker, threatning to send an evill spirit to kill him, by meane of her conjurations.
But now hold up thine heart, and keep close for these two days that we shall yet abide in Tower Dale: and trust me this very evening I shall begin to set tidings going that shall work and grow, and shall one day rejoice thine heart.
Her heart pounding so violently she physically shook, Abigail clawed at his arm.
We are willing to absolve you from them provided that first, with a sincere heart and unfeigned faith, in our presence you abjure, curse and detest the said errors and heresies, and every other error and heresy contrary to the Catholic and Apostolic Church in the manner and form we will prescribe to you.
Eminences and of all faithful Christians this vehement suspicion justly conceived against me, I abjure with a sincere heart and unfeigned faith, I curse and detest the said errors and heresies, and generally all and every error and sect contrary to the Holy Catholic Church.
The Powers aboon can only ken To whom the heart is seen, That nane can be sae dear to me As my sweet lovely Jean!
Heart beating too fast, Abrim suited up and stepped into the personnel lock.
Seitas had been preaching to the converted in all that she had saidabout a clean surgical abscission of what went on in the loins from what went on in the heart.
Now it is evident that in Penance something is done so that something holy is signified both on the part of the penitent sinner, and on the part of the priest absolving, because the penitent sinner, by deed and word, shows his heart to have renounced sin, and in like manner the priest, by his deed and word with regard to the penitent, signifies the work of God Who forgives his sins.
These fugitives, who fled before the Turkish arms, passed the Tanais and Borysthenes, and boldly advanced into the heart of Poland and Germany, violating the law of nations, and abusing the rights of victory.
Republican Palace and the complex of government buildings and luxury villas that abutted the Tigris River, thus seizing the administrative heart of the capital.
Still, her heart ached a little at the thought of that innocent victim.
The heart and facial features were clearly outlined with bright red achiote and the entire figure was torn with lance marks.
When there is great acidity of the stomach, which may be known by heart burn, saleratus may be taken in water, to neutralize it, but should not be drunk within an hour of the time for taking other medicines.