|Ferien englanniksi||vacation de, holiday de, recess de|
*: The first exploited his, sundrie waies, and excelleth in military exploits, and utilitie of his publike vacations.
: The Conservative Party’s vacation of the centre ground gave an opportunity to its opponents.
: This year, we’re vacationing in Mexico.
: Today is a Wiccan holiday!
: ux|en|I want to take a French course this summer holiday.
: Spring recess offers a good chance to travel.
*: The recess of ... Parliament lasted six weeks.
: Put a generous recess behind the handle for finger space.
*: a bed which stood in a deep recess
: Students who do not listen in class will not play outside during recess.
: rfquotek|Brande & C
: the recess of the tides
*: every degree of ignorance being so far a recess and degradation from rationality
*: My recess hath given them confidence that I may be conquered.
*: In the recess of the jury they are to consider the evidence.
*: Good verse recess and solitude requires.
*: Departure from his happy place, our sweet / Recess, and only consolation left.
: the difficulties and recesses of science
: rfquotek|I. Watts
: Wow, look at how that gargoyle recesses into the rest of architecture.
: Recess the screw so it does not stick out.
: This court shall recess for its normal two hour lunch now.
: Class will recess for 20 minutes.
*: To the National Rifle Associations delight, the Senate has hobbled the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives by failing to confirm a director since 2006, but Obama hasnt made a recess appointment.... "The Presidents view of his own power is a constrained one," says White House counsel Kathryn Ruemmler. "Many of his nominees have languished, but hes only recessed the ones that were critical to keep agencies functioning."
: to recess a wall
: Thomas Salusbury: Galileos Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems: I should think it best in the subsequent discourses to begin to examine whether the Earth be esteemed immoveable, as it hath been till now believed by most men, or else moveable, as some ancient Philosophers held, and others of not very recesse times were of opinion;