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76 example sentences with  chauncey

76 example sentences with chauncey

" THE STORY OF SIDI BRAHIM OF MASSAT [Translated by Rรฉne Basset and Chauncey C. Starkweather] THE STORY OF SIDI BRAHIM OF MASSAT I The Taleb Sidi Brahim, son of Amhammed of Massat, in the province of Sous,

[Translated by G. Mercier and Chauncey C. Starkweather] DJOKHRANE AND THE JAYS The ancestor of the grandfather of Mahomet Amokrane was named Djokhrane.

" POEMS OF THE MAGHREB [Translated by M.C. Sonneck and Chauncey C. Starkweather] ALI'S ANSWER [ARGUMENT.It is related that a young man named Aly ben Bou Fayd, falling in love with a young woman, begged his father to ask her in marriage for him.

[Translated by Renรฉ Basset and Chauncey C. Starkweather] STORIES OF ANIMALS THE TURTLE, THE FROG, AND THE SERPENT Once upon a time the turtle married a frog.

[Translated by J. Riviรจre and Chauncey C. Starkweather] ALI AND OU ALI Ali and Ou Ali were two friends.

CHAUNCEY DEPEW ON A RUNNING-BOARD Chauncey M. Depew, former United States Senator for New York, was in Geneva when the trouble began.

CHAUNCEY DEPEW ON A RUNNING-BOARD Chauncey M. Depew, former United States Senator for New York, was in Geneva when the trouble began.

The hyena set up a laugh like a man who is not tickled, but feels that it is up to him to laugh at a funny story that he can't see the point of at a banquet where Chauncey Depew tells one of his crippled jokes, and pa was getting nervous.

There is, Sir, somewhere within your government, a young adventurer, one Chauncey Lawrence, whose father is one of my oldest friends.

On the 8th of November, Chauncey appeared in those waters with a fleet of seven armed war-schooners and, after a short cruise, disabled the Royal George and blockaded the British harbor of Kingston.

The dying general was taken to one of Chauncey's vessels.

CHAUNCEY MITCHELL DEPEW.

When Chauncey Depew, as a boy, bought a beautiful spotted dog at a fair and took it home, the rain came down and the spots began to run into stripes.

By Chauncey Wright.

The Delegates were P. S. Bennett, I. M. Leihy, Edward Cooke, Elmore Yocum and Chauncey Hobart.

Racine District was created in 1847, and Rev. Chauncey Hobart was appointed the first Presiding Elder.

In the erection of the Church, which was built by Chauncey Kellogg, the young society was assisted by a donation of two hundred dollars from Sunday Schools in New York City.

S.C. Thomas, Chauncey Hobart, P.S. Bennett, Milton Rowley, C.S. Macreading, E. Robinson, J.M. Walker, and J.C. Robbins.

Of New York itself, Mr. Chauncey Depew said recently, in his forcible manner, "To-day, in the sisterhood of States, she is an empire in all that constitutes a great commonwealth.

Captain Chauncey was able, however, to establish an ascendency on that important theater, and to prove by the manner in which he effected everything possible that opportunities only were wanted for a more shining di

(There was no choice by the people in the election of that year, and John Quincy Adams had been chosen President by a vote of the House of Representatives.) "I went last night in a carriage with four othersCaptain Chauncey of the navy; Mr. Cooper, the celebrated author of the popular American novels; Mr. Causici (pronounced Cau-see-chee), the sculptor; and Mr. Owen, of Lanark, the celebrated philanthropist.

"Mr. Cooper remarked that we had on board a more singularly selected company, he believed, than any carriage at the door of the President, namely, a misanthropist (such he called Captain Chauncey, brother of the Commodore), a philanthropist (Mr. Owen), a painter (myself), a sculptor (Mr. Causici), and an author (himself).

It was Mrs. Heeny who peopled the solitude of the long ghostly days with lively anecdotes of the Van Degens, the Driscolls, the Chauncey Ellings and the other social potentates whose least doings Mrs. Spragg and Undine had followed from afar in the Apex papers, and who had come to seem so much more remote since only the width of the Central Park divided mother and daughter from their Olympian portals.

I'm going to a big dinner at the Chauncey

The Harmon B. Driscolls, young Jim and his wife, the Thurber Van Degens, the Chauncey Ellings, and all the other Fifth Avenue potentates, seemed to have their doors perpetually open to a stream of feasters among whom the familiar presences of Grace Beringer, Bertha Shallum, Dicky Bowles and Claud Walsingham Popple came and went with the irritating sameness of the figures in a stage-procession.

Just beyond her, Mrs. Chauncey Elling, plumed and purple, stared, parted her lips, and turned to say something important to young Jim Driscoll, who looked up involuntarily and then squared his shoulders and gazed fixedly at a distant point, as people do at a funeral.

In addition, of course, she had the Shallums, the Chauncey Ellings, May Beringer, Dicky Bowles, Walsingham Popple, and the rest of the New York frequenters of the Nouveau Luxe; she had even, at the last minute, had the amusement of adding Peter Van Degen to their number.

J.T.G. Nichols, M.D. C.E. Vaughan, M.D. John Homans, M.D. Chauncey Smith.

One of the most influential preachers was Charles Chauncey (1706-87); who for sixty years was minister at the 'First Church,' Boston.

The Marquis, Chauncey Hickox.

CHAUNCEY HICKOX.

[Footnote 56: These data were generously assembled for me by Professor Chauncey S. Boucher of Washington University, St. Louis, from a file of the Royal Gazette of Kingston, Jamaica, for the year 1803, which is preserved in the Charleston, S.C. Library.] This huge maritime slave traffic had great consequences for all the countries concerned.

Another article, in the April number, by Chauncey Wright, contains a new view of the law of Phyllotaxis, approaching it from an a priori stand-point, and showing that the natural arrangement of leaves about the stems of plants is precisely that which will keep the leaves most perfectly distributed for the reception of light and air.

R59278, 6Mar50, R. Max Goepp (A) DEPEW, Chauncey M. SEE My memories of eighty years.

R59595, 14Mar50, Jean Jacques Bernard (C) MY MEMORIES OF EIGHTY YEARS, by Chauncey M. Depew.

R103872, 8Dec52, Chauncey L. Royster (C) RUCK, BERTA.

Did Chauncey Depew read the future, by Arnold Fountain, pseud.

Letters of Henry Adams, 1858-1891, edited by Worthington Chauncey Ford.

FORD, WORTHTNGTON CHAUNCEY, ed.

SEE Tinker, Chauncey Brewster.

SEE Riley, Harry A. TINKER, CHAUNCEY BREWSTER.

BOUCHER, CHAUNCEY SAMUEL.

SEE Boucher, Chauncey Samuel.

By Charles G. Osgood, Christian Gauss, Hugh Scott Taylor, Robert K. Root, Donald Drew Egbert, Walter E. Hope & Chauncey Belknap.

by Chauncey McKinley Louttit.

By Chauncey D. Holmes.

Chauncey D. Holmes (A); 28May76; R634196.

R59278, 6Mar50, R. Max Goepp (A) DEPEW, Chauncey M. SEE My memories of eighty years.

R59595, 14Mar50, Jean Jacques Bernard (C) MY MEMORIES OF EIGHTY YEARS, by Chauncey M. Depew.

R103872, 8Dec52, Chauncey L. Royster (C) RUCK, BERTA.

Did Chauncey Depew read the future, by Arnold Fountain, pseud.

Letters of Henry Adams, 1858-1891, edited by Worthington Chauncey Ford.

FORD, WORTHTNGTON CHAUNCEY, ed.

SEE Tinker, Chauncey Brewster.

SEE Riley, Harry A. TINKER, CHAUNCEY BREWSTER.

BOUCHER, CHAUNCEY SAMUEL.

SEE Boucher, Chauncey Samuel.

By Charles G. Osgood, Christian Gauss, Hugh Scott Taylor, Robert K. Root, Donald Drew Egbert, Walter E. Hope & Chauncey Belknap.

by Chauncey McKinley Louttit.

By Chauncey D. Holmes.

Chauncey D. Holmes (A); 28May76; R634196.

The next thing he knew, some Composer in Philadelphia had set the Verses to Music and they were sung on the Stage with colored Lantern-Slide Pictures of little Willie telling Papa "Good Night" in a Blue Flat with Lace Curtains on the Windows and a Souvenir Cabinet of Chauncey Olcott on the What-Not.

Here I made the acquaintance of Chauncey C. Parsons and wife, formerly of Boston, who were liberal in their ideas on most questions.

The writer is under the greatest obligation to his brother, Worthington Chauncey Ford, not merely for his numerous books on Washington, of which his "Writings of George Washington" is easily first in importance of all works relating to the great American, but also for much manuscript material which he has placed at the author's service.

Joseph H. Choate and Chauncey Depew were invited to a dinner.

"''S all right,' said he, 'you win; needn't go no farther!'" Mark Twain and Chauncey M. Depew once went abroad on the same ship.

ENGLISH POEMS Edited by EDWARD CHAUNCEY BALDWIN, Ph.D., and HARRY G. PAUL, A.M., Assistant Professors of English Literature in the University of Illinois.

Callaway has plenty of depth on the defensive line, with Caleb Woody, Sam Williams, Lathan Patterson, Caden Prather, Keshawn Suggs, Elijah Gunn, Trey Stephens and Chauncey Bradford among the players making an impact.

Seniors Unique McLean, Chauncey Hawkins, Deniz Celen and Rob Higgins have collectively accounted for 69 percent of St. Francis (NY)โ€™s scoring this season.

Several people opposed to cutting the forest claim there's a conflict for two of the council members who voted for more cutting,Greg Hammond and Chauncey Clark.

Dalhousie's Executive Director of Student Affairs, Chauncey Kennedy joins CTV's Cyril Lunney to discuss Dal After Dark programming.

During the later days of September an engagement took place near Burlington Bay between Chauncey and Yeo.

In fact, Chauncey himself chose not to expose his ships to the menace of a showdown and not occasionally, set every scrap of fabric on the foremast to make a speedy exit.

My Father presently sent me to school to the Reverend and Excellent Mr. Thomas Parker, with whom I continued six years till my entrance into the College; being admitted by the very learned and pious Mr. Charles Chauncey.

Students Chauncey Erskine and Sean Lanzner do an energy use demo in the SUB.

The Chauncey is a premium Moroccan leather couch with vertical double stitching that easily qualifies an icon of luxury and comfort.