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225 examples of healy in sentences

"You know we like best for you to practise your English," said the priest gently; "I expect you speak very well after working so long on ze John J. Healy.

Messrs. Healy and Wilson, dealers in general merchandise and miners' supplies at Taiya, have a train of pack horses carrying freight from the head of Lynn Canal to the summit.

[Footnote 8: Since the date of this report the North American Transportation and Trading Company, better known in the Yukon valley as "Captain Healy's Company," has established a number of posts on the river.]

It was bad, too, that Sir HEDWORTH MEUX should have decided to interrupt the flow of that eloquence which we were forbidden to call "breezy," and that Major "Boadicea" HUNT, Mr. JOHN BURNS, Mr. TIM HEALY, and Mr. SWIFT MACNEILL should have withdrawn from a scene in which they had provided so much profitable entertainment for the gods in the Press Gallery.

The process of separating the fibre from the stem is thus described by Mr. Healy in the "Journal of Agriculture for India"; "The native operator, standing up to his middle in water, takes as many of the sticks in his hands as he can grasp, and removing a small portion of the bark from the end next the roots, and grasping them together, he with a little management strips off the whole from end to end, without breaking either stem or fibre.

Mr. T.M. HEALY even gave them his blessing, for whatever that may be worth.

The injustice is so bitter that it has reconciled Mr. Dillon and Mr. Healy.

And not a single Nationalist member has denounced them for their dereliction; indeed, Mr. T.M. Healy has even given them his blessing, for what it is worth.

The roars of Healy, the boss-packer, filled the dome of sky where a young moon was rising in a twilight of heavenly bluedusk of the gods, indeed.

Healy and his iron-handed, vitriol-tongued crew beat them back with the ferocity of devilsand had the battalion cowed and whimpering, before the officers withdrew the men and arranged an orderly issue of rations.

This was a pleasantry for the eyes of Boss Healy.

Healy rides through anythingsays we make better time when the natives are shooting" "I saw how he went through the bunch that started to help you unpack," Cairns said laughing. ...

Later, when only the infantry sentries were awake, and the packers' running guard (and a little apart, the interminable glow from Healy's cigarettes), the two were still whispering, though the day had been terrific in physical expenditure.

His vague memories of New York; the water-fronts that had since called his steps; different ships and captains; the men about him, Healy and the packers; his entire detachment from relatives, and his easy familiarity with the great unhasting yearsall these formed into a luminous envelope, containing the new friend.

You can't blame the nativesbut the war-game" Boss Healy growled at them to go to sleep.

Once Thirteen was yanked out of Healy's handas no volley of native shots had ever disordered.

It was in the first gray, an hour before Healy kicked his outfit awake.

Healy is a typea gamester, a fiend, a catapult.

Out of all his memories of Healy and the Train, one line stands out in the mind of Cairns, bringing the picture of pictures: Again, it was a swift twilight among the gorges between Silang and Indang.

When Healy found the old gray missing, he remembered she was badly off under the packs.

Mother Nature must have fed color to Healy.

Healy rolled a cigarette with his free hand, and the old gray let herself down, half-falling....

An admirably vigorous simile was used by the late Mr. O'Sullivan, when he complained that the whisky supplied at the bar was like "a torchlight procession marching down your throat;" but of Irish bulls in Parliament I have only heard oneproceeding, if my memory serves me, from Mr. T. Healy: "As long as the voice of Irish suffering is dumb, the ear of English compassion is deaf to it."

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James M. Hayes (A); 19Oct56; R178655. HEALY, WILLIAM.

By William Healy, Augusta F. Bronner, Edith M. H. Baylor, and J. Prentice Murphy.

Julia Davis Adams (Mrs. Charles P. Healy) (A); 5Dec57; R204176.

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HEALY, JULIA DAVIS ADAMS. Stonewall, by Julia Davis Adams.

Mrs. Charles Healy (A); 4Feb59; R230531. HEATON, ROSE HENNIKER.

Illustrated with drawings by Will Simmons and photos in other gardens by Harry G. Healy.

Roots of crime; psychoanalytic studies, by Franz Alexander & William Healy.

BIGOT, MARIE HEALY.

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SEE Healy, Julia Davis West.

SEE Healy, Julia Davis West. WEST PUB.

HEALY, WILLIAM.

William Healy (A); 7Feb66; R380620. HECHT, BEN. Wuthering Heights; synopsis of the photoplay by Ben Hecht & Charles MacArthur, employed for hire by Samuel Goldwyn.

SEE West, Mary McCarthy. WEST, JULIA DAVIS. SEE Healy, Julia Davis West. WEST, MARY MCCARTHY.

SEE Healy, Julia Davis West.

SEE Healy, William.

Neith E. Headley (A); 6Mar70; R482696. HEALY, MRS.

SEE HEALY, JULIA DAVIS WEST.

HEALY, EDWIN F. Moral guidance; a textbook in principles of conduct for colleges and universities.

HEALY, JULIA DAVIS WEST.

Julia Davis (Mrs. Charles Healy) (A); 20Feb70; R479020.

SEE HEALY, EDWIN F. LOZOVSKY, A. Marx and the trade unions.

Mary McCarthy (Mary McCarthy West) (A); 20Feb70; R479028. WEST, MRS. PAUL. SEE HEALY, JULIA DAVIS WEST. WEST PUB.

By Raymond J. Healy, editor: J. Francis McComas.

Raymond J. Healy & J. Francis McComas (A); 12Oct73; R560806.

By John V. Cooper & Raymond J. Healy.

John V. Cooper & Raymond J. Healy (A); 12Dec75; R620659. R620660.

By George C. Sprague & Nicholas J. Healy, 3rd.

HEALY, HARRY G., illus.

from photographs by Harry G. Healy.

SEE Healy, Julia Davis Adams.

Julia Davis Adams (Mrs. Charles P. Healy) (A); 5Dec57; R204176.

HEALY, JULIA DAVIS ADAMS. Stonewall, by Julia Davis Adams.

Mrs. Charles Healy (A); 4Feb59; R230531. HEATON, ROSE HENNIKER.

Illustrated with drawings by Will Simmons and photos in other gardens by Harry G. Healy.

HEALY, DATY.

Selected and illustrated by Daty Healy.

ยฉ 16Sep32; A54913. Daty Healy (A); 8Sep60; R262587.

Written and decorated by Daty Healy.

Daty Healy (A); 8Sep60; R262588. HEARD, SARAH DOW.

BIGOT, MARIE HEALY.

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SEE Healy, William.

HEALY, HARRY G. Pleasures and problems of a rock garden.

HEALY, WILLIAM.

By William Healy & Augusta P. Bronner.

William Healy (A); 10Jun64; R339259. HEARD, SARAH DOW.

HEALY, EUGENE P. Craine's first case, the murder of Katherine Doherty.

Eugene P. Healy (A); 8Oct65; R370319.

HEALY, WILLIAM.

William Healy (A); 7Feb66; R380620. HECHT, BEN. Wuthering Heights; synopsis of the photoplay by Ben Hecht & Charles MacArthur, employed for hire by Samuel Goldwyn.

SEE West, Mary McCarthy. WEST, JULIA DAVIS. SEE Healy, Julia Davis West. WEST, MARY MCCARTHY.

SEE Healy, Julia Davis West.

by Arthur Healy, together with notes by Helen Hartness Flanders.

SEE Healy, William.

HEALY, WILLIAM.

Criminal youth and the Borstal system, by William Healy & Benedict S. Alper.

Rev. ยฉ 5Feb43; A170879. Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc. (PWH); 24Apr70; R483338. DAVIS, JULIA. SEE HEALY, JULIA DAVIS WEST. DAVIS, KATHLEEN J. Hudson Bay Express.

By John V. Cooper & Raymond J. Healy.

John V. Cooper & Raymond J. Healy (A); 12Dec75; R620659. R620660.

By Kilian J. Healy.

By George C. Sprague & Nicholas J. Healy, 3rd.

AT PLAY Thomas E. Healy

(See Gaelic Journal, Dec., 1906.) REFERENCES: Joyce: A Social History of Ancient Ireland (2 vols., 2d ed., Dublin, 1913); Healy: Ireland's Ancient Schools and Scholars (Dublin, 1890), Maynooth College Centenary History (Dublin, 1895); O'Curry: Manners and Customs of the Ancient Irish, (3 vols.

REFERENCES: The principal sources of information are the National Dictionary of Biography; the Obituary Notices of the Royal Society (passages in inverted commas are from these); "Who's Who" (for living persons); Healy: Ireland's Ancient Schools and Scholars; Hyde: Literary History of Ireland; Joyce: Social History of Ancient Ireland; Moore: Medicine in the British Isles.

IRELAND AT PLAY By THOMAS E. HEALY, Editor of "Sport," Dublin.

Charles McCarthy was one of the founders of the town of East Greenwich in 1677, while in this vicinity as early as 1680 are found such names as Casey, Higgins, Magennis, Kelley, Murphy, Reylie, Maloney, Healy, Delaney, Walsh, and others of Irish origin.

Among America's most talented artists and portrait painters may be mentioned George P. Healy, William J. Hennessy, Thomas Moran, Henry Pelham, Henry Murray, John Neagle, and William Magrath, all of Irish birth or descent.

TIM HEALY on war-path; quotes TENNYSON with odd variation; represents Prince ARTHUR as saying of Irish Members, "You have not got the pose that marks the cast of VERE DE VERE."

" OLD MORALITY been rather worried to-night; a hail-storm of questions on all sorts of subjects; amongst others, TIM HEALY and WILFRID LAWSON badgering him about the Local Taxation Bill.

One day, while sitting for his portrait to Healy, the painter, speaking of a monk who had left the church and married, he observed, not without malice: "He has taken his punishment into his own hands.