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101 examples of  moncrieff  in sentences

101 examples of moncrieff in sentences

" "He will need them all, Dr. Moncrieff," I said, "and your counsel too.

I can scarcely say that Dr. Moncrieff gave me any advice.

This is very old-fashioned phraseology, and a week before, most likely, I should have smiled (though always with kindness) at Dr. Moncrieff's credulity; but there was a great comfort, whether rational or otherwise I cannot say, in the mere sound of the words.

Simson came out to dinner, and when the house was all still, and most of the servants in bed, we went out and met Dr. Moncrieff, as we had appointed, at the head of the glen.

Dr. Moncrieff met us about eleven o'clock, the same time as on the previous night.

Dr. Moncrieff remained inside the wallif you can call that inside where there was no wall but one.

Dr. Moncrieff's lantern, which was a large one, without any means of shutting up,an old-fashioned lantern with a pierced and ornamental top,shone steadily, the rays shooting out of it upward into the gloom.

Dr. Moncrieff, to whom it was new, was quite motionless on the other side of the wall, as we were in our places.

Dr. Moncrieff put his arm into mine.

We said nothing to each other, indeed, for a time; but when we got clear of the trees and reached the opening near the house, where we could see the sky, Dr. Moncrieff himself was the first to speak.

" "Sir," said Dr. Moncrieff, "an old man like me is sometimes not very sure what he believes.

I know you?" "Then you saw the man?" Dr. Moncrieff made no reply.

Dr. Moncrieff said.

Dr. Moncrieff gave me the history of the youth, whom he never hesitated to name.

Dr. Moncrieff was not terrified, as I had been myself, and all the rest of us.

'Come out to me directly,' he wrote to his friend, Sir Harry Moncrieff: 'I have got something to do this week; I have got to die.'

We rejoice in Mr. Lamb's accession to the good cause advocated by Sterne and Burns, refreshed by the wholesome mirth of Mr. Moncrieff, and finally carried (like a number of other astonished humanities, who little thought of the matter, and are not all sensible of it now) on the triumphant shoulders of the Glorious Three Days.

Moncrieff's Poems, 23.

BASHFUL MAN (The), a comic drama by W. T. Moncrieff.

W.T. Moncrieff, The Bashful Man. BO or Boh, says Warton, was a fierce Gothic chief, whose name was used to frighten children.

* POEMS, BY W.T. MONCRIEFF.

Dick's buddy, Bill Moncrieff, conducted running commentaries, stopping play to explain fine points, while such as Dick, John Powers, Gavin Murphy, Dave Smith, Jim Prigoff and Henry Stanton roamed the East to such spots as Atlantic City, Philadelphia, Washington and Rochester to spread the word.

Colonel Moncrieff informs me that, when wintering in 1877 near Fort Garry in North America, young Indians occasionally came to his quarters, and that he found them much interested in any pictures or prints that were put before them.

R84254, 15Oct51, Mary L. Monaghan (A) MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH SCOTT- SEE Scott-Moncrieff, Charles Kenneth.

R84254, 15Oct51, Mary L. Monaghan (A) MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH SCOTT- SEE Scott-Moncrieff, Charles Kenneth.

Within a budding grove; translated by C. K. Scott Moncrieff.

R80924, 12Jun51, Winifred Mary Scott (A) SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH, tr.

R88942, 17Jan52, Hans Bartsch (A) MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH SCOTT- SEE Scott-Moncrieff, Charles Kenneth.

R88942, 17Jan52, Hans Bartsch (A) MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH SCOTT- SEE Scott-Moncrieff, Charles Kenneth.

The Guermantes way; translated by C. K. Scott Moncrieff.

R94124, 1May52, William E. Scott (A) SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH, tr.

The letters of Abelard and Heloise; translated from the Latin by C. K. Scott Moncrieff, with a prefatory letter by George Moore.

Translated from the French by C. K. Scott Moncrieff.

Translated by C. K. Scott-Moncrieff.

R109206, 23Mar53, George Scott Moncrieff (NK) BIANCHI, MARTHA DICKINSON.

R108209, 2Mar53, Smith Ely Jelliffe Trust, Carel Goldschmidt, Trustee (PWH) MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH SCOTT- SEE Scott-Moncrieff, Charles Kenneth.

R108209, 2Mar53, Smith Ely Jelliffe Trust, Carel Goldschmidt, Trustee (PWH) MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH SCOTT- SEE Scott-Moncrieff, Charles Kenneth.

MONCRIEFF, GEORGE SCOTT SEE Scott Moncrieff, George.

MONCRIEFF, GEORGE SCOTT SEE Scott Moncrieff, George.

SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH.

SCOTT MONCRIEFF, GEORGE The charterhouse of Parma.

The red and the black, by Marie-Henri Beyle (de Stendhal) Translated from the French by C. K. Scott-Moncrieff.

R119543, 26Oct53, George Scott Moncrieff (NK) BIANCO, FRANCESCO M. The little wooden doll.

R117081, 9Sep53, William A. Scott (A) SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH, tr.

SCOTT MONCRIEFF, GEORGE.

Armance, translated from the French by C. K. Scott Moncrieff.

SEE McIntyre, John T. MONCRIEFF, C. K. SCOTT, tr. Armance.

PROUST, MARCEL. Cities of the plain; in a translation by C. K. Scott Moncrieff.

SEE McIntyre, John T. MONCRIEFF, C. K. SCOTT, tr.

Translated by C. K. Scott Moncrieff.

MONCRIEFF, C. K. SCOTT, tr. The captive.

MONCRIEFF, C. K. SCOTT- SEE Scott-Moncrieff, C. K. MONKS OF SOLESMES.

MONCRIEFF, C. K. SCOTT- SEE Scott-Moncrieff, C. K. MONKS OF SOLESMES.

Translated by C. K. Scott Moncrieff.

SEE Pooley, Robert C. SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, C. K., tr.

Translated by C. K. Scott-Moncrieff.

MONCRIEFF, C. K. SCOTT-.

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SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, C. K., tr. And company.

Translated by C. K. Scott Moncrieff.

Done into English in the original measure by Charles Scott Moncrieff.

Translated by C. K. Scott Moncrieff, with a pref.

R84254, 15Oct51, Mary L. Monaghan (A) MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH SCOTT- SEE Scott-Moncrieff, Charles Kenneth.

R84254, 15Oct51, Mary L. Monaghan (A) MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH SCOTT- SEE Scott-Moncrieff, Charles Kenneth.

Within a budding grove; translated by C. K. Scott Moncrieff.

R80924, 12Jun51, Winifred Mary Scott (A) SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH, tr.

R88942, 17Jan52, Hans Bartsch (A) MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH SCOTT- SEE Scott-Moncrieff, Charles Kenneth.

R88942, 17Jan52, Hans Bartsch (A) MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH SCOTT- SEE Scott-Moncrieff, Charles Kenneth.

The Guermantes way; translated by C. K. Scott Moncrieff.

R94124, 1May52, William E. Scott (A) SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH, tr.

The letters of Abelard and Heloise; translated from the Latin by C. K. Scott Moncrieff, with a prefatory letter by George Moore.

Translated from the French by C. K. Scott Moncrieff.

Translated by C. K. Scott-Moncrieff.

R109206, 23Mar53, George Scott Moncrieff (NK) BIANCHI, MARTHA DICKINSON.

R108209, 2Mar53, Smith Ely Jelliffe Trust, Carel Goldschmidt, Trustee (PWH) MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH SCOTT- SEE Scott-Moncrieff, Charles Kenneth.

R108209, 2Mar53, Smith Ely Jelliffe Trust, Carel Goldschmidt, Trustee (PWH) MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH SCOTT- SEE Scott-Moncrieff, Charles Kenneth.

MONCRIEFF, GEORGE SCOTT SEE Scott Moncrieff, George.

MONCRIEFF, GEORGE SCOTT SEE Scott Moncrieff, George.

SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH.

SCOTT MONCRIEFF, GEORGE The charterhouse of Parma.

The red and the black, by Marie-Henri Beyle (de Stendhal) Translated from the French by C. K. Scott-Moncrieff.

R119543, 26Oct53, George Scott Moncrieff (NK) BIANCO, FRANCESCO M. The little wooden doll.

R117081, 9Sep53, William A. Scott (A) SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, CHARLES KENNETH, tr.

SCOTT MONCRIEFF, GEORGE.

Armance, translated from the French by C. K. Scott Moncrieff.

SEE McIntyre, John T. MONCRIEFF, C. K. SCOTT, tr. Armance.

PROUST, MARCEL. Cities of the plain; in a translation by C. K. Scott Moncrieff.

SEE McIntyre, John T. MONCRIEFF, C. K. SCOTT, tr.

Translated by C. K. Scott Moncrieff.

MONCRIEFF, C. K. SCOTT, tr. The captive.

MONCRIEFF, C. K. SCOTT- SEE Scott-Moncrieff, C. K. MONKS OF SOLESMES.

Translated by C. K. Scott Moncrieff.

SEE Pooley, Robert C. SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, C. K., tr.

Translated by C. K. Scott-Moncrieff.

MONCRIEFF, C. K. SCOTT-.

SEE Scott-Moncrieff, C. K. <pb id='326.png' />

SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, C. K., tr. And company.

Translated by C. K. Scott Moncrieff.

Done into English in the original measure by Charles Scott Moncrieff.

Translated by C. K. Scott Moncrieff, with a pref.