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586 examples of gill in sentences

"He went off with my best axe, a gill of brandy, and a good coat.

of lean beef or veal, 1/2 a scrag of mutton, 1 oz. of vermicelli, 4 blades of mace, 6 cloves, 1/2 lb. of sweet almonds, the yolks of 6 eggs, 1 gill of thick cream, rather more than 2 quarts of water.

INGREDIENTS.1 large cucumber, a piece of butter the size of a walnut, a little chervil and sorrel cut in large pieces, salt and pepper to taste, the yolks of 2 eggs, 1 gill of cream, 1 quart of medium stock No. 105.

lb. of fresh butter, 1 tablespoonful of flour, salt to taste, 1/2 gill of water, 1/2 spoonful of white vinegar, a very little grated nutmeg.

It is said, the Spanish peasantry, and other inhabitants of the southern parts of Europe, still follow this practice, and add to a gallon of water about a gill of wine vinegar, with a little salt; and that this drink, with a little bread, enables them, under the heat of their burning sun, to sustain the labours of the field.

INGREDIENTS.8 eggs, butter, fresh salad, 1 or 2 grouse; for the sauce, 1 teaspoonful of minced shalot, 1 teaspoonful of pounded sugar, the yolk of 1 egg, 1 teaspoonful of minced parsley, 1/4 oz. of salt, 4 tablespoonfuls of oil, 2 tablespoonfuls of Chili vinegar, 1 gill of cream.

INGREDIENTS.1 red cabbage, a small slice of ham, 1/2 oz. of fresh butter, 1 pint of weak stock or broth, 1 gill of vinegar, salt and pepper to taste, 1 tablespoonful of pounded sugar.

Mix with 1/4 pint of soap lees, 1/2 gill of turpentine, sufficient pipe-clay and bullock's gall to make the whole into rather a thick paste.

Then Quiet led me up the huddling rill, Bright'ning with water-breaks the sombrous gill; 1793.

[Footnote F: Gill is also, I believe, a term confined to this country.

Glen, gill, and dingle, have the same meaning.

In the note to that edition it remains "gill".

* * GOODY BLAKE AND HARRY GILL A TRUE STORY Composed 1798.Published 1798.

" In the "Advertisement" to the first edition of "Lyrical Ballads," Wordsworth says, "The tale of 'Goody Blake and Harry Gill' is founded on a well-authenticated fact which happened in Warwickshire.

Should there be any Farmer more rigorous than the rest, let him attend to the poetical story inserted in page 118 of this Magazine, and tremble at the fate of Farmer Gill, who was about to prosecute a poor old woman for a similar offence.

What is't that ails young Harry Gill? That evermore his teeth they chatter, Chatter, chatter, chatter still!

In March, December, and in July, 'Tis all the same with Harry Gill; 10 The neighbours tell, and tell you truly, His teeth they chatter, chatter still.

At night, at morning, and at noon, 'Tis all the same with Harry Gill; Beneath the sun, beneath the moon, 15 His teeth they chatter, chatter still!

60 And, now and then, it must be said, When her old bones were cold and chill, She left her fire, or left her bed, To seek the hedge of Harry Gill.

He hears a noisehe's all awake Again?on tip-toe down the hill He softly creeps'tis Goody Blake; She's at the hedge of Harry Gill!

that day for Harry Gill! That day he wore a riding-coat, But not a whit the warmer he: 110 Another was on Thursday brought, And ere the Sabbath he had three. 'Twas all in vain, a useless matter, And blankets were about him pinned; Yet still his jaws and teeth they clatter, 115 Like a loose casement in the wind.

120 No word to any man he utters, A-bed or up, to young or old; But ever to himself he mutters, "Poor Harry Gill is very cold.

Now think, ye farmers all, I pray, Of Goody Blake and Harry Gill!

It was proposed during the Civil War to give each soldier in a certain army one gill of whiskey a day, because of great hardship and exposure.

Winckelmann's History of Ancient Art; Mรผller's Ancient Art and its Remains; A.J. Guattani, Antiquitรฉs de la Grande Grรจce; Mazois, Antiquitรฉs de Pompeii; Sir W. Gill, Pompeiana; Donaldson's Antiquities of Athens; Vitruvius, Stuart, Chandler, Clarke, Dodwell, Cleghorn, De Quincey, Fergusson, Schliemann,these are some of the innumerable authorities on Architecture among the ancients.

[p] Trivet, p. 19 Gill.

The Weaver is dreaded by fishermen; for the spines on its back fin, as well as the one on its gill-cover, cause poisoned wounds.

A level teaspoonful of pepper is added to a gill of the dressing by those who do not object to its use.

1 gill = 1 small teacupful.

Captain Gill resides in Adjunta, and I had letters of introduction to him from Mr. Hamilton.

Captain Gill had been so kind as to send after me a choice tiffen, together with table and chairs, into this wilderness.

The house in which Captain Gill lives at Adjunta is very remarkably situated: a pleasant little garden, with flowers and shrubs, surrounds the front, which commands a view of a fine plain, while the back stands upon the edge of a most fearful precipice, over which the dizzy glance loses itself among steep crags and terrible gorges and chasms.

As Captain Gill had learnt that I wished to visit the famous fortress of Dowlutabad, he told me that no one was admitted without the permission of the commander of Auranjabad; but, to spare my going out of my way (as the fortress lies on this side of Auranjabad), he offered to send a courier there immediately, and order him to bring the card of admission to me at Elora.

This official felt that Monday, the slave of Mr. Gill, was the most daring conspirator.

Gill's Repository.

One was against a boy of ten for stealing a gill of goat's milk.

Mr. Carpenterin Gill's Repository.

A quart of water, with mayhap a gill of wine, a biscuit, and a handful of rice, was no great allowance for two hearty men to pull a boat some seventy leagues within the tropics.

T. GILL.

GILL, ALEXANDER; English Grammar, treated in Latin; 4to: London, 1621.

GILL'S INSTRUCTIONS FOR CHILDREN, in Verse.

An improvement on the ordinary gill box.3 illustrations.

GILL, AUGUSTUS H. Automobile gasoline; its dangers and tests.

R76670, *Apr51, Mabel Gill (W) GILMOUR, RICHARD. Bible history for the use of the Catholic schools in the United States.

R84249, 12Oct51, G. H. Gilbert (NK) GILL, PAUL, illus.

Illustrated by Paul Gill.

GILL, ERIC, illus.

GILL, MARY ETHEL.

by Eric Gill.

Mary Ethel Gill (W); 19Feb57; R186796. HUXLEY, JULIAN.

GILL, TOM.

Tom Gill (A); 18Jun58; R216545.

Tom Gill (A); 18Jun58; R216540-216544.

GILL, MCCUNE.

McCune Gill (A); 27Mar59; R234442.

McCune Gill (A); 2Mar59; R232100.

GILL, TOM.

Tom Gill (A); 13Feb59; R230943.

Tom Gill (A); 13Feb59; R230944. GILLIN, JOHN LEWIS.

GILL, TOM. Guardians of the desert.

Tom Gill (A); 30Oct59; R244723-244726.

SEE SMITH, GILBERT M. GILL, TOM.

Tom Gill (A); 20Nov62; R304838.

GILL, TOM.

Tom Gill (A); 26Aug64; R344410.

GILL, RICHARD C. Flying death; a Manga story.

The story of the other America, by Richard C. Gill & Helen Hoke.

Richard C. Gill & Helen Hoke (A); 10Oct69; R471215. GILLESPIE, ELEANOR B. C. Europe in perspective, 1815 to the present.

By Mildred C. Gill.

By Brendan Gill.

Brendan Gill (A); 7Oct77; R673741.

GILL, ERIC, illus.

GILL, MARY ETHEL.

by Eric Gill.

Mary Ethel Gill (W); 19Feb57; R186796. HUXLEY, JULIAN.

Troilus and Criseyde (Troilus and Cressida) Love poem in five books englished anew by George Philip Krapp, with wood engravings by Eric Gill.

GILL, MYRTLE PAINE.

Myrtle Paine Gill (A); 10Jan62; R288808. GILLET, LOUISE DOMINIQUE.

SEE GILL, ERIC.

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The nostril, top of the eye, and top of the gill-orifice are in line, as represented in the Engraving.

Gill-orifice, 4 inches by 2-1/4 inches.

For a Western expression of this point of view, compare Eric Gill, 'Art and Love,' Rupam (Calcutta, 1925), No. 21, 5. 'If the trees and rocks, the thunder and the sea, the frightful avidity of animal life and the loveliness of flowers are so many hints of the God who made them, how much more obviously are the things of humanity analogues of the things of God?

In his Savage Life in Polynesia, the Rev. W.W. Gill remarks: "The great requisites for a Polynesian beauty are to be fat and as fair as their dusky skins will permit.

My last I sent you, was the 29 of May last past from Aleppo, by George Gill the purser of the Tiger, which the last day of the same moneth came from thence, and arriued at Feluge the 19 day of Iune, which Feluge is one dayes iourney from hence.

William Coleman, founder of the New York Evening Post in 1801, was the son of an Irish rebel of 1798; Thomas Fitzgerald founded the Philadelphia Item; Thomas Gill, the New York Evening Star; Patrick Walsh, the Augusta Chronicle; Joseph Medill, the Chicago Tribune.

"Ghyll" was spelt "Gill" in the editions of 1800 to 1805.Ed.]

APPLE CAKE.Scald a cup of thin cream and cool to blood heat, add one and a half cups of sifted white flour, one fourth of a cup of sugar, and a gill of liquid yeast or one half cake of compressed yeast dissolved in a gill of thin cream.

APPLE CAKE.Scald a cup of thin cream and cool to blood heat, add one and a half cups of sifted white flour, one fourth of a cup of sugar, and a gill of liquid yeast or one half cake of compressed yeast dissolved in a gill of thin cream.

FRUIT CAKE.Make a sponge of one pint of thin cream which has been scalded and cooled to lukewarm, one gill of liquid yeast or one half cake of compressed yeast dissolved in a gill of cream, one half cup of sugar, and two and one half cups of flour.

FRUIT CAKE.Make a sponge of one pint of thin cream which has been scalded and cooled to lukewarm, one gill of liquid yeast or one half cake of compressed yeast dissolved in a gill of cream, one half cup of sugar, and two and one half cups of flour.

PEPTONIZED MILK FOR INFANTS.One gill of cows' milk, fresh and unskimmed; one gill of pure water; two tablespoonfuls of rich, sweet cream; two hundred grains of milk sugar, one and one fourth grains of extractum pancreatis; four grains of sodium bicarbonate.

PEPTONIZED MILK FOR INFANTS.One gill of cows' milk, fresh and unskimmed; one gill of pure water; two tablespoonfuls of rich, sweet cream; two hundred grains of milk sugar, one and one fourth grains of extractum pancreatis; four grains of sodium bicarbonate.

" "For that matter he dined on a gill of milk, and one ounce of honey yesterday," said the Judge, "Don't you ever eat?"

Mix with a gill of fresh cream a spoonful of beaten almonds; when perfectly smooth put it in toilette pots, and use as ointment for chaps, &c.; it will keep for a week if a little spirit of camphor is added to it.

Put into a bottle one pint of spirits of wine, one gill of water, and half an ounce of oil of rosemary; shake well together.

Early in July the salmon enter the river in immense numbers from the sea, and are caught by the natives in gill-nets, baskets, seines, weirs, traps, and a dozen other ingenious contrivancescut open, cleaned, and boned by the women, with the greatest skill and celerity, and hung in long rows upon horizontal poles to dry.

CARAWAY SEED COOKIES Beat three-quarters of a pound of butter and a pound of sugar to a cream; add three eggs, one saltspoon of salt, a gill of caraway seeds and a teaspoon of powdered mace, stirring all well together to a cream; then pour in a cup of sour milk in which a level teaspoon of baking-soda is stirred.

Put a gill of water in the preserving kettle for each pound of sugar, stand the kettle over a moderate fire and add the sugar.

In a kettle or saucepan over the fire add a pint of good cider vinegar, a gill of tarragon vinegar, a half pint of cold water, a half pound of granulated sugar, four bay leaves, a level tablespoon of allspice, a teaspoon of peppercorns and three ounces of stick cinnamon broken in half-inch pieces.