312 examples of gaging in sentences

Here are also collected hundreds of bird's nests, of all shapes, kinds and sizes, from one almost as large as a hand basin, to one about the size of a green gage plum: most of these contain eggs of such kinds of birds as those to whom the nests belonged; and indeed the ingenuity with which many of these little houses are constructed, surprised me more than any thing I ever before witnessed.

Not so long as all this they gazed at each other, measured, took ground, gaging each the adversary opposite. "Do not go!"

That night assembled at his lodgings, by appointment, Viscount Heringaud, Adam Frere, the Marquess of Orme, Lord Stourton, the Earls of Neville and Gage, and Sir Thomas Rokeby.

He had been drinking overnight with Adam Frere and the Earl of Gage, and after the third bottle had found them candid.

by George W. Gage, in McClure's) © Violet Evelyn McNeile (W) Jan. 1924 issue (McClure's), June 1923 issue (Pearson's) © 25Dec23, (pub.

R68208. GAGE, GEORGE W. SEE The tenth woman.

by George W. Gage. Pub.

R103699, 5Dec52, Giovanni Ermete Gaeta (A) GAGE, GEORGE W., illus.

General Gage's informers.

SEE Short, Frank A. Fast cable gage.

Cleo C. Short (W); 27Jun60; R259053. Fast cable gage.

Tool design engineering: fourth semesterassembly fixtures, welding and gaging practice.

R59427, 14Mar50, Marion Stone Holzinger (A) <pb id='056.png' /> GAGE, George W. SEE The tenth woman.

R103699, 5Dec52, Giovanni Ermete Gaeta (A) GAGE, GEORGE W., illus.

Illustrated by George W. Gage.

General Gage's informers.

Tool design engineering: fourth semesterassembly fixtures, welding and gaging practice.

And presently the amethystine ring was being worn about the house, even with ostentation, and Jane developed a new way of bringing in the joint so that this gage was evident.

Hutchinson and Gage and other Loyalists admitted that all these were trifles.

Thus, owing to such representations, while the people of Boston were deliberating in the great town-meetings of June, orders were on their way to General Gage, whose head-quarters were in New York, to place troops in Castle William, to station a detachment in Boston, and to keep a naval force in the harbor.

" In a few days after, on a Saturday night, William Sheriff, aide-de-camp to General Gage, arrived in town from New York, which he left on Wednesday morning, bearing the following letter to Governor Bernard, the original of which is indorsed, "Received Sept. 3." * *


"I have the honor to be with great regard, "Sir, "Your most obedient, "Humble servant, "TH'S. GAGE.

Two days after the Governor received the letter of General Gage, a communication appeared in the "Boston Gazette," under the head of "READER! ATTEND!" which arraigned, with uncommon spirit and boldness, the course of the officials who were urging the policy of arbitrary power, as having a direct tendency "to dissolve the union between Great Britain and her colonies."

For having during this time been bandied about from one to another, I at length got positive refusals from every one that I could apply to, that is, the Council, the Selectmen, and the Justices of the Peace; upon which the General, [Gage,] who came here on purpose, has found himself obliged to hire and fit up buildings at the expense of the Crown, by which means the two regiments are at length got into good occasional barracks.

312 examples of  gaging  in sentences