14296 examples of summers in sentences
Father Xavier was tired of this peaceful life, tired of "the endless wash of melancholy waves," of the short cool summers, and long white blank of winter; tired of inaction, of the lack of stimulating surroundings, of the gentleness of Father Ignatius and Marie's haunting smile.
" For seven successive summers I saw more or less of her in this "Earthly Paradise," as she used to call it, and once I visited her in her city home.
Men guessed his age at fifty-five, but they were ten years out in their reckoning; for John had numbered only forty-five summers, and was as tough and muscular as ever he had beenalthough not quite so elastic.
" "What line was that, Buzzby?" inquired David Summers, a sturdy boy of about fifteen, who acted as assistant steward, and was, in fact, a nautical maid-of-all-work.
" Mivins seemed deeply impressed with this explanation, and would probably have continued the conversation much longer, had he not been interrupted by the voice of his mischievous satellite, Davie Summers, who touched his forelock and said, "Please, Mr. Mivins, shall I lay the table-cloth? or would it be better to slump dinner with tea this afternoon?" Mivins started.
"What'll ye bet it was Dumps as did it?" cried Davie Summers, who passed at the moment with a dish of some sort of edible towards the galley or cooking-house on deck.
"Ain't it glorious?" panted Davie Summers vehemently as he stopped exhausted in a headlong race beside one of his comrades, while the ball was kicked hopelessly beyond his reach by a comparatively fresh member of the party.
" "Why don't you kick with your right leg, then, stupid, like other people?" inquired Summers.
But then me mother was lame o' the right leg intirely, and wint about wid a crutch, so I can't make out how it was, d'ye see?" "Look out, Pat," exclaimed Summers, starting up, "here comes the ball.
"Starboard hard!" yelled Davie Summers, as he observed his master's danger.
When, however, matters of serious import had to be discussed, the cabin door was closed, and Mivins turned to expend himself on Davie Summers, who, in the capacity of a listener, was absolutely necessary to the comfortable existence of the worthy steward.
Davie Summers acquired the title of Nimrod in consequence of his success in this peculiar field.
Come, Summers and Mizzle, you are well enough to join, and, Meetuck, you must be our guide.
" In a few minutes there was a cry heard, and as the party hastened towards the spot whence it came, they found Davie Summers pointing eagerly to a little snow-hut in the midst of a group of bergs.
Mizzle begged to be allowed to sleep, if it were only for two minutes, and poor Davie Summers deliberately threw himself down on the snow, from which, had he been left, he would never more have risen.
Rather call the dusky and dark-haired Twilight, whose pensive face is limned against the western hills, by the name of that fierce and fervid Noon that stands erect under the hot zenith, instinct with the red blood of a thousand summers, casting her glittering tresses abroad upon the south-wind, and holding in her hands the all-unfolded rose of life.
Perhaps when I get to be an old manif they do not kill me, I will come to spend the summers with you.
SUMMERS, WALTER L. A treatise on the law of oil and gas.
SEE Summers, Walter L. Vernon's annotated Civil and criminal statutes of the State of Texas.
J. Langdon Sullivan (A); 30Jul62; R299249. SUMMERS, JILL FAULKNER.
SUMMERS, JILL FAULKNER.
Estelle Faulkner (W) & Jill Faulkner Summers (C); 11May67; R409932.
Jill Faulkner Summers (C); 6Oct75; R615674. R615675.
Jill Faulkner Summers (C); 15Oct75; R616103. R616115.
SUMMERS coming up fresh with batch of new conundrums.