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299 example sentences with  guthrie

299 example sentences with guthrie

The way you sent that wooden leg out to poor old lady Guthrie.

We got acquainted with an old showman who was out of luck, who used to run a wild west show, but got busted up, and as he didn't care where he went, we took him with us on the train, and all day Sunday he talked about his show experiences, and finally he said if we had any horses with our show that could run races, we could make a barrel of money at Guthrie, where we were to make our next stand.

Well, it looked good to pa, and he talked to the other managers, and the result was when we got to Guthrie we had made up our minds that as money was what we were after, the easiest way was to get it by racing our horses.

So when we got settled in Guthrie, and got the tent up, we announced that part of the show was in a wreck down the road in Arkansas, and we should have to abandon the afternoon performance, but in the meantime there would be a little horse racing on the side, if anybody in Oklahoma had any horses they thought could run some.

The managers held a meeting at Guthrie, Okla., after we had lost our money horse racing with the Indians, and pa said the consensus of opinion was that we better stick to the legitimate show business, and not try to work in any side lines.

Dr. Leonard Guthrie has worked up the material at hand in a report which he presented to the historical section of the International Congress of Medicine, in London in 1913.

These notes were afterwards arranged and expanded by Guthrie, the historian, then in the employment of Cave, and presented to the public, monthly, in the Gentleman's Magazine.

The animated attempts that were made to remove sir Robert Walpole from administration, seemed, in Cave's opinion, to call for an abler reporter than Guthrie.

Green said of Guthrie, that he knew no English, and Guthrie of Green, that he knew no French; and these two undertook to translate Duhalde's History of China.

Green said of Guthrie, that he knew no English, and Guthrie of Green, that he knew no French; and these two undertook to translate Duhalde's History of China.

I saw Mary Molloy that was drowned in the river beyond, and Mary Guthrie that was in Ardrahan, but she took the sway of them both, a very comely creature.

"Start her up, Guthrie," said Latimer; and then turning to us, he added, with a smile: "I want you in front with me, Lyndon.

They pulled up some little distance away and waited for Guthrie, Latimer's other assistant, who had been keeping an eye on the place during the night.

His first step had been to tie up the prisoners, and pack them off in the car to Queenborough police station with Guthrie and the sergeant as an escort.

[Footnote 1: See Rushworth, v. 928-932; vi. 228; Guthrie, 162-183; Baillie, ii.

May. Guthrie, 194.

Guthrie, 283-299.

A minister, James Guthrie, in defiance of the committee of estates, excommunicated Middleton; and such was the power of the kirk, that even when the king's party was superior, Middleton was compelled to do penance in sackcloth in the church of Dundee, before he could obtain absolution preparatory to his taking a command in the army.

Of these men, formidable by their talents, still more formidable by their fanaticism, the leaders were Wariston, the clerk register in the parliament, and Gillespie and Guthrie, two ministers in the kirk.

All available rolling stock was brought into requisition for the occasion, and provision was made for hauling thousands of home-seekers to the towns of Guthrie and Oklahoma City, as well as to intervening points.

The author was fortunate in securing a seat on the first train which crossed the Oklahoma border, and which arrived at Guthrie before 1 o'clock on the day of the opening.

The process of building up was one of the quickest on record, and Guthrie, like its neighbor on the south, Oklahoma City, is to-day a large, substantial business and financial center.

" A.A. GUTHRIE, Esq., elder in the Presbyterian church at Putnam, Muskingum county, Ohio, furnishes the testimony which follows.

Guthrie, in his "Geographical Grammar," tells us, that the English language is a compound of the Saxon, the French, and the Celtic.

The first ballot stood: Stephen A. Douglas, of Illinois, 145-1/2; James Guthrie, of Kentucky, 35-1/2; Daniel S. Dickinson, of New York, 7; R.M.T. Hunter, of Virginia, 42; Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, 12; Joseph Lane, of Oregon, 6; Jefferson Davis, of Mississippi, 1-1/2; Isaac Toncey, of Connecticut; 2-1/2; Franklin Pierce, of New Hampshire, 1. CHAPTER XV THE CHICAGO CONVENTION [Sidenote] 1860.

505 Winchester's Opportunity 106 GREENLAND, GEORGE Going to the Bank 494 GUTHRIE, ANSTEY Dogs' Delight 348 Treacherous Son (The) 420 HEALY, LESLIE Day (The) 410 HERBERT, LIEUT.

DEBATES OF PARLIAMENT, account of them, i. 115-118, 150-152, 501-512; written at first by Guthrie and corrected by Johnson, i. 115-6, 136, 503, 509; written solely by Johnson, i. 118, 150-2, 157, 503; wrongly assigned to Johnson, i. 509; authenticity generally accepted, i. 152, 505; Chesterfield, speeches attributed to, iii. 351; Croker's inaccuracy about them, i. 509!

FAY, BERNARD. The revolutionary spirit in France and America; translated by Ramon Guthrie.

Ramon Guthrie (A); 22Dec54; R141051.

John Gunther (A); 8Dec54; R140555. GUTHRIE, RAMON.

Ramon Guthrie (A); 21Oct54; R138020.

SEE Littlefield, Milton S. GUTHRIE, RAMON.

© 26Jan28; A1061502. Ramon Guthrie (A); 9Nov55; R159533.

Foreword by Guthrie McClintic.

NEFF, ELINOR GUTHRIE.

By L. O. Guthrie.

L. O. Guthrie (A); 26Jun75; R609668.

By Edwin Ray Guthrie & Allen Louis Edwards.

Helen H. Guthrie (W); 3May77; R661875.

By Alfred Bertram Guthrie, Jr. NM: abridgment & revision.

Alfred B. Guthrie, Jr. (A); 29Aug77; R671809.

R71282, 6Dec50, Charles Guthrie (E) I DON'T WANT TO GO TO BED; a modern ballad for young children, by Ruth Kauffman; illustrated by Margaret Campbell Hoopes.

R71292, 6Dec50, Charles Guthrie (E) LIFE OF THE BLUE AND YELLO DAUBER, by Paul Griswold Howes.

FAY, BERNARD. The revolutionary spirit in France and America; translated by Ramon Guthrie.

Ramon Guthrie (A); 22Dec54; R141051.

John Gunther (A); 8Dec54; R140555. GUTHRIE, RAMON.

Ramon Guthrie (A); 21Oct54; R138020.

SEE Littlefield, Milton S. GUTHRIE, RAMON.

© 26Jan28; A1061502. Ramon Guthrie (A); 9Nov55; R159533.

Foreword by Guthrie McClintic.

John Gunther (A); 12Dec66; R399658. GUTHRIE, GWYNNE L. Questions and exercises on applied economics.

By William W. Hewett, Gwynne L. Guthrie & Frederic A. Coffey.

Edith J. Hewett (W) & Gwynne L. Guthrie (A); 22Dec66; R398917.

SEE McNeil, John A. <pb id='419.png' /> MCCLINTIC, GUTHRIE.

GUTHRIE, GWYNNEL.

HEWETT, WILLIAM W. Questions and exercises on applied economics, by William W. Hewett, Gwynne L. Guthrie & Frederic A. Coffey.

GUTHRIE, JOHN ALEXANDER.

John Alexander Guthrie (A); 9Feb68; R431888.

NEFF, ELINOR GUTHRIE.

By Alfred B. Guthrie, Jr. © 30Apr47; A12971.

Alfred B. Guthrie, Jr. (A); 10Jun74; R581034.

By David Rousset, translator: Ramon Guthrie.

Ramon Guthrie (A); 12Aug74; R583621. R583622.

By L. O. Guthrie.

L. O. Guthrie (A); 26Jun75; R609668.

By A. B. Guthrie, Jr. (In Esquire, Nov. 1949) © 28Sep49; B216860. A. B. Guthrie, Jr. (A); 14Jan77; R650906. R650907.

By A. B. Guthrie, Jr. (In Esquire, Nov. 1949) © 28Sep49; B216860. A. B. Guthrie, Jr. (A); 14Jan77; R650906. R650907.

By Edwin Ray Guthrie & Allen Louis Edwards.

Helen H. Guthrie (W); 3May77; R661875.

Guthrie, for a time, composed these speeches from such hints as he could bring away in his memory.

GUTHRIE, D. C. HALL, MRS.

But enough of this; seeing all this, and much more is abundantly held forth and explained, in that excellent and useful treatise of Mr. Guthrie's, entitled, "The Christian's Great Interest.

Some account of his dealings among the Methodists may be found in the Sunday Magazine, January 1865, edited by the Rev. Dr. Guthrie.

Later he married Susan M. Guthrie from 1973 until they divorced in 1976.

Not long after, Guthrie received a draft notice.

The first known professionally printed publication was in 1956 by Ludlow Music (now a unit of The Richmond Organization), which administered the publishing rights to Guthrie's song.

They fingerprinted Guthrie, and let him go.

With the help of producer James Guthrie, Gilmour re-recorded the song, providing vocals and playing all the instruments except saxophone (resulting in a much simpler drum part).

Woodrow Wilson Guthrie, better known as Woody Guthrie (

Woodrow Wilson Guthrie, better known as Woody Guthrie (

Dylan visited with Guthrie regularly in his hospital room.

He met many other musicians, and he began writing songs at an astonishing pace, including "Song to Woody," honoring Woody Guthrie.

He started the Guthrie Center, as a place for people to work together.

A Burn Ban which had been in effect for Guthrie and Adair Counties, is being rescinded at Noon today (Wednesday).

Columbia Circuit Judge David Guthrie entered a $500,000 judgment Tuesday against Kaylie Harrell of Magnolia of Magnolia that said Harrell assaulted her in August 2017 during a house party in Waldo.

Costs have at least doubled from the Sounds usual one-night engagement at the Guthrie Theater, but the Ordway is underwriting the production as a precursor to possible live shows next year.

Dominic Guthrie turned 1 on Nov. 25. He celebrated with a construction themed party with family and friends.

In a Q&A session the same day, Scott Guthrie, Microsoft EVP of cloud and AI, answered a question about what is holding back AI.

Among Kentucky members, Republican Andy Barr did not vote, Republicans Comer and Massie voted not to override and Republicans Rogers and Guthrie along with Democrat Yarmuth voted to override.

Next thing I know I’m playing bass with the Blues Devils, Kenny Guthrie, Brook and Carrie, Leah, Chris Watson.

Nicholas said his decision was based on a proper November 2017 DEP final order, as well as Guthrie’s failure to respond or request a hearing.

So much so, the still grieving family picked up their lives in Guthrie and moved a thousand miles away.

The Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis canceled all performances through April 5. Minneapolis and St. Paul canceled their St. Patrick’s Day parades.

There was no update on the status of tests for the other exposed MLAs: Angela Pitt, Peter Guthrie and Nathan Neudorf.

Woody Guthrie was a socialist, if not a communist, and his song is for everybody.

Also, conviction for certain crimes earned an exclusion, the topic of the anti-war song "Alice's Restaurant" by Arlo Guthrie.

Gail Guthrie Valaskakis was Director of Research, Aboriginal Healing Foundation, Ottawa, and Co-Director of the National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research.

In 1957 he was honoured with a Tyrone Guthrie Award, which allowed him to begin a theatre research tour taking him to 13 countries in Europe.

In addition the AGA will be hosting an exhibit titled Woody at 100, curated by the Guthrie Archives which will be on display from August 7th through the 26th at the lower level of the museum.

On Saturday afternoon, December 4, 1909, a group of unmarried women gathered at the home of Evelyn Guthrie, Eramosa Street at Queen Street, to hear Miss Merritt, the national organization secretary, speak on organizing a chapter in Guelph.