"'See here,' he said, pointing to one of the notes, 'the shape of that "w" in the signature of the chief cashier.
Now w- wash yourselves."
The only white persons we found at Nashoba were my amiable friend, Mrs. W--, the sister of Miss Wright, and her husband.
izen officers--one can hear him now whacking his heels together whenever he was presented, and fairly hissing "Oberleutnant W---, aw Schweiz!"
Beautiful looked the little village of W----, as the setting sun cast his slanting rays upon it, tinging the leaves with deeper green, and burnishing the little stream with gems of sparkling gold.
Colonel W-----'s Goat.
We returned to von W------, then in Brussels, who vised our pass with a note to the effect that although we were civilians, exceptional circumstances demanded our hurried return to Aix by military train.
2152 THE PLAYS OF W. SHAKSPEARE, with the Corrections and Illustrations of various Commentators, to which are added Notes by Johnson and Steevens.
W.H.H. * * * * * ORIGINAL LETTER From the Younger Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, upon his death bed, to the Rev. Dr. W.----.
When in doubt squeeze in a 'w'-- 'Stwuns,' not 'stones.'
%W% Wabash River, Indians on.
For some words of Teutonic origin beginning with +V+, see +F+; see also in some cases +W+.
Now, if the engines are all alike, (as they are very nearly,) and each is able to exert a drawing-power of five thousand pounds to move a load of five hundred tons from Boston to Albany, we need as follows: B. to W.--11500/5000 or 2 engines.
W2; +herrys+, H.--AS.
tribes, S2; +lynagis+, W2.--AF.
S2, C2, P; +arewis+, W2; +arowis+, W2.--AS.
+in middes+, in the midst, PP; +in þe myddes+, PP, S2; +in (fro) þe myddis+, PP, S3, W, W2; +in the mydis+, W2.--From mid, adj.
+draff+, JD; +draffe+, PP; +draft+, W2.--Icel.
MD; +kaught+, W2.--OF.
S; +ropen+, PP; +ropun+, W; +rope+, W2.--OMerc.
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"Wa-al, now, stranger," exclaimed one of the crowd, "what kind o' critter have you got anyhow, as how you're afraid to back him up very heavy?"
W.--Ahybrid form, de + ME.
W.A. Townsend & Co. 12mo.
woe, WA, B; +waa+, WA, HD; see +Wo+.
Disguised as the owner of waa1, Prophet made about ten visits to AIMSX.
APPENDIX DOCUMENTS USED IN WOMEN'S WAR-WORK IN ENGLAND AND FRANCE WAAC WOMEN'S ARMY AUXILIARY CORPS CONFIDENTIAL.
There are no French horns in the score, but by way of showing a conciliatory spirit to the British army of occupation he has introduced in the Finale an adaptation of a well-known patriotic song, which is marked on the margin, "Die W.A.A.C. am Rhein."
Equally well organized is the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, familiarly known as the Waacs.
Not that the domestic problem will even then be settled; there will probably still be difficulty in persuading W.A.A.C.s and Land Women and Munitioners who have tasted blood to descend below stairs again; but perhaps a little help will be forthcoming.
"Waael, Langden, he seemed to kin' o' think I'd ought to have 'em,--'n' the Squire, he didn' seem to have no 'bjection; 'n' so,--waael, I cal'late I sh'll jes' holt on to 'em myself; they a'n't good f'r much, but they're cur'ous t' keep t' look at."
Take, for instance, that of the "Zimmerleute," or carpenter with its supporting arches and little peaked tower; or the so-called "Waag," with frescoed front; then the great wainscoated and paneled hall of the "schmieden" (smiths); and the rich Renaissance stonework of the "Maurer" (masons).
"I'll do that same, Miss Marshy; but me waages, if ye plaze, Miss." "Get your wages, if you can.
"I shall take the gun of Bill-Man for myself," Aab-Waak suddenly proclaimed.
"Na, na, Hughie Morrison is no the man for pargains--ye maun come to some Highland body like Robin Oig hersell for the like of these;--put I maun be wishing you good night, and twenty of them, let alane ane, and I maun down to the Clachan to see if the lad Henry Waakfelt is out of his humdudgeons yet."
The cause of all these things,--the peaceableness, and the polygamy, and the tired neck of Aab-Waak,--goes back among the years to the time when the schooner Search dropped anchor in Mandell Bay, and when Tyee, chief man of the tribe, conceived a scheme of sudden wealth.
"Waal, I'll amit I'm some disappointed, Loo-tenant," drawled the sergeant. "
"Wa'al, we all don't like strangers particlar."
"Oh, waal---" "The fact is, you are working for a dream, and living on dreams--isn't that true?"
"Wa'al,"--Abe with an equally deprecatory gesture indicated Angy's horsehair trunk in the far corner of the loft,--"yew ain't no more foolisher, I guess, over yer old trash 'n me an' Angy be a-keepin' that air minin' stock of mine.
as she approached, and great, uneasiness beset him He knew she had not been as far as the Peak, and supposed that Waally's fleet had intercepted her, Betts coming back for reinforcements.
Twill make a peal that will be heard in toon and desert, in the swirls o' the mountain, through pikes and valleys, and mak' a waaly man o' thee."