9 Words to use with location
"So get a move on you," went on Fay; "hustle out some paper so we can make location notices.
I will explain that Casey had come back to Starvation to see if there were not another good silver claim lying loose and needing a location monument.
That person, with flaming cheeks, was driving her last location-post into a snow-drift with a piece of water-worn obsidian.
They have located four claims adjoining mine, and put up their monuments and done their location work in the past month, if you please, while I supposed they were working for me.
So they led him out to an old location hole somebody else had dug, an' they showed him iron cappin' an' granite contact an' so onjust talkin' wild, an' every few minutes comin' in with the 'strong indications of a rich ore body.'
Notably so, when in a neck-to-neck dash with an express train, the aeroplane won out in a race to file the location papers of the mine at Monument Rocks.
In the early days of the colony a piece of land is obtained by a person who merely performs the location duties, and does nothing to his estate until the present time, when he or his successor goes to occupy it.
It should be remarked, too, that the Misereatur and Indulgentiam have not in this location vestri, vestris, vos, but nostri, nostris, nos.
Delegates from the Saginaws, from the Swan Creek and Black Chippewas of Lower Michigan, stop, on their way, to explore a new location west, in charge of a special exploring agent.