No, Sir, I'll have satisfaction first, or the Vice-Roy shall know how he's serv'd by drunken Officers, that are a Nuisance to a Civil Government.
But the womenwhy, Rudolph, there was an Italian countess at Romethe impudent minx!who actually made me believeHowever, Jack explained all that, after I had made both a spectacle and a nuisance of myself, and he had behaved so nobly in the entire affair that for days afterwards I was positively limp with repentance.
You could only become an interminable nuisance in trying to soothe my dying hours.
But our Air Force soon mitigated the nuisance by raiding their aerodromes, and brought down a number of hostile planes in air fighting.
He liked the other animals, and he ofttimes wanted to help the smaller creatures as best he could, but his immense size and bulk generally made him feel more like a nuisance than a help.
[the Board smiled knowingly], if we employ all possible means to oust this old nuisance from among us.
I was on rearguard, a nuisance at the best of times, as any check at the head of the column acts on the rearguard in increasing ratio to the length of the column, so a good deal of time is spent in wondering why the dickens they don't get on in front.
Giles Peram continued to make himself a nuisance about the home of Robert Stevens and to annoy his sister, until the indignant brother horsewhipped him and drove him from the premises.
It will be a nuisance for you.
To allow no one to commit a nuisance on or near my post. 10.
When, fifteen months later, New York was restored to the English, Carteret had a part of his authority restored to him; but sufficient was reserved to give Andros a pretext for asserting his authority and making himself a nuisance with the people.
Like the lantana of Hawaii and Ceylon, imported to Tahiti to fill a want, it had abused hospitality, and become a nuisance without apparent remedy.
These last became such an intolerable nuisance after a time, that she was forced to swathe herself in a hot and cumbering veil.
Improvements came by degrees, until they set in very rapidly, but probably by 1750, when hunting had progressed a good deal, and pace was increased in all pastimes, the old-fashioned Pointer was voted a nuisance through his extreme caution and tortoise-like movements.
Moreover, it would be a criminal offence punishable by the death sentence for any person to bring another of the infernal nuisances into the world.
It was in an action for nuisance before Tindal, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, at Croydon Assizes.
Item, That no one commit any nuisance within either of the courts, vppon paine of 1d. VII.
When they had gone, Lady Theodosia said to me that men were a great nuisance as a rule, but that she had a pet friend, a "dear docile creature, so useful with the dogs," and he was coming back by the 6.30 train.