The best known of them, The Beauty of Concealment and the Concealment of Beauty, is available on kindle.
The Queen probably won't be buying Prince George an iPad or a kindle.
But she also acknowledged that she no longer stops by newsstands and often reads on her kindle.
Downloading an e-book on the kindle has always felt somewhat restricting, more akin to renting a movie than buying a book.
Amazon's kindle Store previously sold e-books at a discount in the same manner that it sells physical books.
He would penetrate into some innermost recess of your conscience and kindle a spark where all had been darkness.
For a long time there was a doubt about whether it would be safe to kindle this fire.
Their historic lore and unequaled grandeur give them amplitude and poetry enough to kindle and enrich the imagination.
Adam could hardly manage to kindle a fire without the help of matches.
For Isobel would gladly have laid down her life to kindle in James's heart such a love to their parents as her own.
c.1200, cundel, "to set fire to, to start on fire," probably from a Scandinavian source akin to Old Norse kynda "to kindle, to light a fire," Swedish quindla "kindle," of uncertain origin, + frequentative suffix -le. Figurative use from c.1300. Intransitive sense "to begin to burn, to catch fire" is from c.1400. Related: Kindled; kindling.
Influenced in form, and sometimes in Middle English in sense, with kindel "to give birth" (of animals), "bring forth, produce" (c.1200), from kindel (n.) "offspring of an animal, young one," from Old English gecynd (see kind (n.)) + -el.