Agatha Raisin and the Wellspring of Death (Agatha Raisin, by M. C. Beaton

By M. C. Beaton

Unique booklet: 1998

This time, in Agatha Raisin and the Wellspring of Death, the feisty sleuth stumbles upon the sufferer of an unnatural demise in Cotswold village's recognized typical spring. Who was once the unfortunate corpse? The Ancombe Parish Council chairman-and the single uncommitted member vote casting on no matter if to permit the Ancombe Water corporation to faucet into the town's spring. upload ex-fiance James, watery politicians, and slippery marketers to the combination, and you've got Agatha Raisin as much as her neck in a murky homicide secret.

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Agatha Raisin and the Wellspring of Death (Agatha Raisin, Book 7)

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This time, in Agatha Raisin and the Wellspring of demise, the feisty sleuth stumbles upon the sufferer of an unnatural dying in Cotswold village's well-known usual spring. Who was once the unfortunate corpse? The Ancombe Parish Council chairman-and the one uncommitted member balloting on even if to permit the Ancombe Water corporation to faucet into the town's spring. upload ex-fiance James, watery politicians, and slippery marketers to the combo, and you have got Agatha Raisin as much as her neck in a murky homicide secret.

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Arturo Pérez-Reverte, El maestro de esgrima, 1988, RAE-CREA. 11. hacer aguas expr. orinar. » C. J. 98. » C. J. Cela, El gallego y su cuadrilla. » DRAE. ❙ «Su monarquía de usted hace agua y aguas. » Arturo Pérez-Reverte, El maestro de esgrima, 1988, RAE-CREA. » C. Pérez Merinero, La mano armada. ❘✓ es estándar. ❘ 12. hacerse la boca agua expr. alegrarse uno mucho por algo al recordar su sabor. » José Donoso, Casa de campo, 1978, RAE-CREA. » Mario Benedetti, Primavera con una esquina rota, 1982, RAE-CREA.

Fernando Lázaro Carreter, El dardo en la palabra. ❋ acuchillar cf. (afines) bardear, chirlar, churinar, mojar, pinchar, sirlar. acudir a la llamada de la naturalezanaturaleza, llamada de la naturaleza. acusica s. persona que acusa, delator. » El Jueves, 6-12 octubre, 1993. » Gomaespuma, Grandes disgustos de la historia de España. ❘✓ DRAE: «adj. acusón. Ú. t. c. ❘ adán s. desaseado, desastrado, sucio. «Adán pop. un adán. » LB. ❙ «Y, cuando contestó que iba de lo más adecuado, lo dejamos. » Virtudes, Rimel y castigo.

Expresión fatalista. » Andreu Martín, Amores que matan, ¿y qué? 2. decir adiós a algo expr. perder la esperanza de recobrarlo, renunciar a algo. » FV. ❙ «Pero si te caes, dile adiós al coche. » Juan Madrid, El cebo. ❙ «Decir adiós a algo. » MM. adonis s. hombre atractivo. » J. a de Pereda, Esbozos, DH. 98. » ❘✓ DRAE: «m. fig. ❘ adoquín s. bobo, necio, torpe. » Antonio Alcalá Venceslada, Voc. andaluz, DH. » Ángel Palomino, Un jaguar y una rubia. ❙ «Adoquín. » R. Montero, Diccionario de nuevos insultos...

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