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58 example sentences with  maida

58 example sentences with maida

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Shortly afterwards we have from Pigot a description of a trip to Harrogate, when his lordship's favourite Newfoundland, Boatswain, whose relation to his master recalls that of Bounce to Pope, or Maida to Scott, sat on the box.

Baby spiders were also housed individually in bottles and these were fed fly larvae or the larvae which come when maida or rava begins to lose its freshness.

Thrypodium larvae: adults are found in rava and maida.

A special bucket should be kept with an aeration hole and the maida or rava in the bucket, sprinkled with a little bit of water every day.

I soon made the acquaintance of a chamber-maida girl who keeps her eyes openand I learned many things" "It was not to tell me them that you came here, I trust," interposed the Prince.

Miss Dalrymple and her maida young woman newly engaged by Miss Van Rolsenhad left the house for the train to which the private car was attached; neither had been heard from since.

The woman answers the description of your maidas to the man, I will give you a description of him later.

Anatole, I learned, had retired to his bed with a fit of the vapours, and the meal now before us had been cooked by the kitchen maidas C3 a performer as ever wielded a skillet.

Mr. James Harthouse, learning from Louisa's maida young woman greatly attached to her mistressthat his attentions were altogether undesirable, and that he would never see Mrs. Bounderby again, decided to throw up politics and leave Coketown at once.

Her photograph was in all the West-End windows, was enshrined in the albums of South Kensington and Clapham, Maida Vale and Haverstock Hill.

Fate And The Artist The workmen's dwellings stood in the northwest of London, in quaint rivalry with the comfortable ugliness of the Maida Vale blocks of flats.

By five in the afternoon of the 22nd, when I left my train in Maida Vale, and drove alone to the solitary house on high ground near Hampstead Heath which I had chosen, the work was well finished.

It is of a maida beloved maidborn at her mother's deathbred up 'midst the tears and kisses of her fatherprattling thoughtlessly about her motherevery one's admiration for beauty, cleverness, and virtuegentle as the moon shining on the downs.

His deer-hound was "Maida."

"I understand from Miss Farrow that her maida remarkable person without doubthas held her tongue ever since she saw, or thought she saw, a ghost.

And then I remembered that it is ridiculous to be morbid and dramatic, and so I rang for my maida dour Scotchwoman whom I likeand told her to bring my out-door things here to the boudoir-fire.

"My son is a medical practitioner, residing at Maida-hill; and it is a pleasure to him to spend an occasional evening with his cousin Adela and myself."

He brought her her tea-cup, and hovered about her while she sipped the beverage with that graceful air of suppressed tenderness which constant practice in the drawing-rooms of Maida-hill had rendered almost natural to him; but, do what he would, he could not distract Mrs. Branston's thoughts and looks from John Saltram.

She endured the dreary course of her days patiently enough for a considerable time, not knowing any means whereby she might release herself from the society of her kinswoman, or put an end to the indefatigable attentions of the popular Maida Hill doctor.

If her darling Adela looked a little paler than usual, or confessed to suffering from a headache, or owned to being nervous or out of spirits, Mrs. Pallinson's anxiety knew no bounds, and Theobald was summoned from Maida Hill without a minute's delay, much to poor Adela's annoyance.

His early promise in the regular service was brilliant; as a young staff-officer, and by a staff-officer's qualities of sagacity, activity, and decision, he did distinguished service at Maida; and had he followed the movement which made Spain the great battle-ground for English soldiers, he had every prospect of earning a high place among those who fought under Wellington.

The miser of Maida Vale.

Maida's little school.

Maida's little school.

SEE Humm, Doncaster G. <pb id='090.png' /> HUNEKER, MAIDA.

Maida Huneker (A); 1May62; R294576.

Maida's little island.

Maida's little camp.

Maida's little village.

Maida's little houseboat.

FRENCH, MAIDA PARLOW.

Maida Parlow French (A); 16Apr71; R504614.

Maida's little theater.

R593842. Maida's little cabins.

Maida's little zoo.

The miser of Maida Vale.

Maida's little school.

Maida's little school.

SEE Humm, Doncaster G. <pb id='090.png' /> HUNEKER, MAIDA.

Maida Huneker (A); 1May62; R294576.

Maida's little island.

Maida's little camp.

Maida's little village.

Maida's little houseboat.

FRENCH, MAIDA PARLOW.

Maida Parlow French (A); 16Apr71; R504614.

Maida's little theater.

R593842. Maida's little cabins.

Maida's little zoo.

TAPLIN, JOHN, 8, Blomfield Road, Maida Vale, London.

The song was produced and written by Avril Lavigne and Raine Maida.

Maida, a fun and quirky lady according to Simon, opened Mrs. Tiggy Winkle’s in 1977, selling antique toys.

A not-guilty plea also was indicated on behalf of carer Noel Maida, 48, of Hayes, west London, to a charge of failing to discharge a duty.

Apart from the Sunday staple of (which is puri to other parts of India), I was slowly weaned into a diet of a triangular paratha, made with a mix of atta and maida, and a simple potato dish or fried aubergines on the side.

To that end, Kingnoise Records was born, and Maida took the reins.