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125583 examples of olds in sentences

I don't trust 'er'any woman that 'olds on to life the way she does'er with one foot in the grave, and 'er will all made and everything ready.

An' the women were runnin' wild, like a stampede of two-year-olds....

They are modeling the seals at the Cliff House (for this chances to be a California kindergarten), and a couple of two-year-olds, who have strayed into this retreat, not because there was any room for them here, but because there wasn't any room for them anywhere else, are slapping their lumps of clay with all their might, and then rolling it into caterpillars and snakes.

Down in Ohio and Indiana were Winton and Haynes; Duryea was in Pennsylvania; over in Michigan were Olds, Ford, Maxwell, with the brilliant Brush, dreaming mechanical dreams; in New York Walker kept to the faith of the motor-car.

Lest he might feel his youth in a household which no longer contains any nine-year-olds, I invited to "meet him" two other boys, playmates of his, of about the same age.

A number of spectators had gathered around the warriors, every child in Middle Lot, down to the two-year-olds.

The larger bulls were highest up the mountains and generally in small troops by themselves, although occasionally one or two would be found associating with a big herd of cows, yearlings, and two-year-olds.

He had passed on now to the two-year-olds and three-year-olds, full-grown horses, but still a little loose in the limb and weak in the bone.

He had passed on now to the two-year-olds and three-year-olds, full-grown horses, but still a little loose in the limb and weak in the bone.

It is not to buy young horses, however, that the great dealers come to Ireland, and the real business of the fair commenced when the four and five-year-olds were reached; the full-grown, perfect horses, at their prime, and ready for any work or any fatigue.

I 'olds by w'at I said.

Except for him, how would errands be done, chairs brought, nails driven, cows stoned out of our way, letters carried, twine and knives kept ready, lost things found, luncheon carried to picnics, three-year-olds that cry led out of meeting, butterflies and birds' nests and birch-bark got, the horse taken round to the stable, borrowed things sent home,and all with no charge for time?

All you need to do is to look out for the five-year-olds, that they don't spoil something or other.

I also noticed that, on most occasions, the three year olds gave out, or became so leg-weary that they could scarce walk out of the way of the swingle-tree, whereas those of four and upward would be bright and brisk, and able to eat their forage when they came to camp.

As I size up the effect on the population, we folks in the forties and fifties got more fun out of it than anybody except the folks in the seventies and the five-to-twelve-year-olds.

Some of the thirteen and fourteen-year-olds were inclined to think at first that it wasn't quite grown up enough for them, until they saw what fashionable literature it was becoming.

The Twins, of course, were blissfulest of all, and marched at the head of the column with their arms about each other, exchanging news and olds, both talking at once, and each understanding perfectly what the other was trying to say.

Onward speed our dapper greys, fresh as four-year-olds; and the further we go, the better they seem to like it.

But 'e's a hexpert, 'e is, an' we 'olds the road.

each, h. ft. for three year-olds; colts, 8 st. 7 lb., fillies, 8 st. 2 lb.; the second to receive 100 sovs., and the winner to pay 100 sovs.

" He put his 'and in 'is pocket and takes out fifteen bob and 'olds it out to me.

"Tell me something else about the emotions of the fifty-year-olds.

"They say it 'olds a gallon and 'ad to be specially made for 'im." "Very 'ealthy child any'ow," the forward passenger would conclude.

Outside the gate a couple of forest-ponies were waiting,stout, lively, five-year-olds, equal, if not to a two-forty heat, yet to twenty miles of steady trot without distress,brown and sleek as you please, with the knowingest eyes, and intelligence expressed in the impatient stamp of the fore-foot, and good-humor in the twitching of the ear.

One afternoon several score cattle were driven into a big square corral near the house, in order to brand the calves and a number of unbranded yearlings and two-year-olds.

LAUFER, CALVIN W. When the little child wants to sing; for use with four-and five-year-olds in home, school, and church school.

Arranged & edited by W.B. Olds.

Arranged & edited by W.B. Olds.

OLDS, W. B. SEE Choruses for Mixed Voices.

OLDS, W. B., ESTATE OF.

UNIVERSITY, executor of the Estate of W. B. Olds.

SEE Olds, W.B., Estate of.

(In The story of the Hamitic peoples of the Old and New Testaments together with original subject illustrations and a condensed concordance on the Hamitic records by Elmo Jones)

Virginia: a guide to the Old Dominion.

The old curiosity shop.

Garden City Pub. Co., compilers, editors & employer for hire; Barbara Moses Olds, editor.

OLDS, BARBARA MOSES.

OLDS, HELEN DIEHL.

Helen Diehl Olds (A); 10Mar69; R457593. OLIVER, NORMA, pseud.

Treasures long hidden; old tales and new tales of the East.

OLDS, HELEN DIEHL.

Helen Diehl Olds (A); 27Sep71; R514192.

SEE OLDS, HELEN DIEHL.

OLDS, ELIZABETH.

Elizabeth Olds (A); 27Oct72; R538817.

OLDS, ROBERT.

ยฉ 5Dec44; A184724. Robert Olds (A); 22Nov72; R540124. OLINS, HARRY.

By Helen Diehl Olds.

Helen Diehl Olds (A); 13Jul73; R555599. R555600.

By Helen Diehl Olds.

Helen Diehl Olds (A); 30Oct74; R589295. R589296.

Lois Olds (NK); 18Apr75; R605215. R605216.

By Elizabeth Olds.

Elizabeth Olds (A); 5Jan76; R622889. R622890.

Lois Olds (E of Margaret Clapp); 19Dec77; R682762. R682763.

LAUFER, CALVIN W. When the little child wants to sing; for use with four-and five-year-olds in home, school, and church school.

Arranged & edited by W.B. Olds.

Arranged & edited by W.B. Olds.

OLDS, W. B. SEE Choruses for Mixed Voices.

OLDS, W. B., ESTATE OF.

UNIVERSITY, executor of the Estate of W. B. Olds.

SEE Olds, W.B., Estate of.

Garden City Pub. Co., compilers, editors & employer for hire; Barbara Moses Olds, editor.

OLDS, BARBARA MOSES.

OLDS, HELEN DIEHL.

Helen Diehl Olds (A); 10Mar69; R457593. OLIVER, NORMA, pseud.

OLDS, HELEN DIEHL.

Helen Diehl Olds (A); 27Sep71; R514192.

SEE OLDS, HELEN DIEHL.

OLDS, ELIZABETH.

Elizabeth Olds (A); 27Oct72; R538817.

OLDS, ROBERT.

ยฉ 5Dec44; A184724. Robert Olds (A); 22Nov72; R540124. OLINS, HARRY.

By Helen Diehl Olds.

Helen Diehl Olds (A); 13Jul73; R555599. R555600.

By Helen Diehl Olds.

Helen Diehl Olds (A); 30Oct74; R589295. R589296.

Lois Olds (NK); 18Apr75; R605215. R605216.

By Elizabeth Olds.

Elizabeth Olds (A); 5Jan76; R622889. R622890.

Lois Olds (E of Margaret Clapp); 19Dec77; R682762. R682763.

The three year olds, excited by the noise and multitude of faces, leaped and strained at their bits.

When Billy's mother decided to give him a birthday party, she pounced upon the pussy cat plan, partly because pussy-willows are still flourishing in April, but mostly because she knew that kittens and cats are favorites with nine and ten year olds.

The poets of the Alexandrian period must also be credited with being the first who made love (sensual love, I mean)which had played so subordinate a rรดle in the old epics and tragediesthe central feature of interest, thus setting a fashion which has continued without interruption to the present day.

He was a dry old librarian, without originality, a compiler of catalogues and legends, etc.eight hundred works all toldin which even the stories were marred by details of pedantic erudition.

If an ugly, vicious, diseased mate be chosen, his or her bad qualities are transmitted to the following generations, for "the gods visit the sins of the fathers upon the children," as even the old sages knew, long before science had revealed the laws of heredity.

If the fox would not go near old Fido's house, then he could not find the goslings if they hid inside.

All the chickens listened then, while he told them that they were every one to go into old Fido's house that night with Mamma Goose; for that was the only way to keep the fox from carrying them all away.

But she didn't dream that anything more could happen, and she was too much surprised to think about anything at all, when old Fido came trotting straight up to her, and wagged his tail just for her alone, and told her how glad he was that she had been wise enough to use his house, and had taken such good care of the chickens while he was gone, and what a sensible little goose he thought she was!

There has been a certain amount of fighting in the world about mere words, as idle as the faction fights between Caravats and Shanavests, or Two-Year-Olds and Three-Year-Olds in Ireland.

There has been a certain amount of fighting in the world about mere words, as idle as the faction fights between Caravats and Shanavests, or Two-Year-Olds and Three-Year-Olds in Ireland.

He confidently expected that Muztagh would yield at once, because as a rule young twenty-five-year-olds do not care to mix in battle with the scarred and crafty veterans of sixty years.

I'd go down south into Texas and I'd buy me a bunch uh two-year-olds and bring 'em up here, and turn 'em loose on the best piece of open range I knowand I know a peach.

" "Why, everything was lovely at my end uh the trail, Dillyonly I fell down on them four thousand two-year-olds.

Edd had brought three of the pups that day, two-year-olds as full of mischief as pups could be.

As he slowly approached the herd, which was then crowding into the river, he noticed that they were nearly all two-year-olds like himself.

"Commencement day" always reminds me of the start for the "Derby," when the beautiful high-bred three-year olds of the season are brought up for trial.

The postulate of a common human nature is analogous to that of the unity of matter in science; it finds its complete expression in the doctrine of the brotherhood of man, for if race be fundamentally distinguished from race as was once thought, it is only as element is distinguished from element in the old chemistry.

He knew that the old man had no sentiments beyond egotism, and a family pride which mainly, if not entirely, sprang from it.

Garcia is an old man laden with affairs.