Blimey, Joe, if 'ere ain't a blooming Universal Plum-an'-Apple Provider. '
Next come the chants and anthems: among these are arrangements from Mozart, Beethoven, Chapple, Rossini, (the "Inflammatus" from the "Stabat Mater"), Curschmann, (the celebrated trio, "Ti prego,") Lambillote, and other standard authors.
"Well," observed Malcolm, "I don't want half an apple.--But, Miss Harson, do they ever have 'pear-howlings' in England?"
Robertson's will fire twice for Appleby's to hear, and Appleby's will send on the message to Dopple's.
I always told Harpe you'd upset the applecart with yo're bullheaded ways.
MACKENZIE,--, of Applecross, v. 194.
Apple--"De bes' apple float on de top o' 'ligion heaps de half-bushel."
Lowell sent me the first part of "Pictures from Appledore," one of a series of fragments of a projected poem,--like so many of his projects, never carried to completion.
"I was living with my mother when it occurred, in a small house just outside of Appledorn, on the South Coast.
In 1548 the college was suppressed, only one priest being left to serve the church, with a curate to serve the dependent parish of Appledram.
SOME BOYS AND GIRLS IN AMERICA, by Margaret T. Applegarth.
On Sunday, January 12, 1873, a strong reconnoitering force was sent out under Colonel Perry of the regulars and Captain O. C. Applegate of the volunteers.
We are content to leave all the pride of its machinery to Messrs. Applegath and Cowper, and the clang of its engine to the peaceful purlieus of Printing-house Square.
If the ears are placed low on the skull they give an appleheaded appearance to the dog.
I did eat dat ar' apple,--I eat de whole tree, an' swallowed ebery bit ob it, if you say so."
The Apple.--It is difficult to find adequate terms to set forth the value of the advantages which have accrued to mankind from the cultivation of this deservedly high-prized fruit.
SEE Fisher, Dorothea Frances (Canfield) CAPTAIN APPLEJACK, an Arabian night's adventure in three acts by Walter Hackett.
And so the years went by, and John Appleman, dealing out groceries in Guaymas for such brief hours of the day as people bought things, his partner relieving him half the time, hungered more with each passing year to see southeastern Michigan, and with each passing year became more alarmed over the prospect of facing the partner of his joys and sorrows there.
188.--The Game of Bob Apple, or Swinging Apple.--Manuscript of the Fourteenth Century, in the British Museum.
I's got good mem'ry,--allers knows what I does,--nebber did eat dat ar' apple,--nebber eat a bit ob him.
APPLEQUIST, MARIAN FISK.
Janet had obtained her heart's desire, and now that it was at her lips, found it but apples of Sodom, filled with dust and ashes!
"Well, there's oodles o' blueberries," said the Boy, his inky-looking mouth bearing witness to veracity; "and there are black and red currants in the snow, and rose-apples--" "Oh, yes," returned the other, "it's a sort of garden of Eden!"
Johnny Appleseed and other poems.
J'ai des pommes.--Donne-m'en.--Je I have some apples.--Give me vous en donne.--Donnes-en some.--I give you some.-- Give en a ma soeur aussi.--Ne lui en some to my sister, too.--Don't donne pas.
The consequence was, she was like Eve after the apple,--she knew good and evil; and wasn't the garden just a wilderness after that?
The leaves of late Red Maples, still bright, strew the earth, often crimson-spotted on a yellow ground, like some wild apples,--though they preserve these bright colors on the ground but a day or two, especially if it rains.
What, up and down, carv'd like an appletart?
TOMATO, OR LOVE-APPLE.--The plant which bears this fruit is a native of South America, and takes its name from a Portuguese word.
THE APPLE.--This useful fruit is mentioned in Holy Writ; and Homer describes it as valuable in his time.
The "503," "22," and the "Anti-Corrosive," we recommend for Bank and Office use D. APPLETON & CO.,
One of the most notable personages of that little world, whom I knew in connection with Longfellow, was his brother-in-law,--Thomas G. Appleton,--a most distinguished amateur of art; a subtle, if sometimes vagarious, critic, poet, and thinker: the wit to whom most of the clever things said in Boston came naturally in time to be attributed.
Footnote 1: Published in Appletons' Journal.
So Sir Tristram sat there, striving to remember how it was that he had once aforetime beheld that fountain and that garden and that appletree beneath which he sat.
Not soe much as the leg of a Spanyard left to squayle at their owne appletrees.
But there was no one about Applewale that remembered her in her prime.
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exclaims the chief of the captors, when the prisoners have been placed in obsequious attitudes before the lesser mandarins, "thus the matter chanced: The honourable Wang, although disguised under the semblance of an applewoman, had discreetly concealed himself by the roadside, all but his head being underneath a stream of stagnant water, when, at the eighth hour of the morning, he beheld these repulsive outcasts approaching in their chariot, carried forward by the diabolical vigour of the unlawful demon.
I admired, but frugally popped them into the applewood treasure chests that father has had made for the boys from the "mother tree," that was finally laid low by a tornado the winter of their birth and is now succeeded by a younger one of Richard's choice.
FRANKLIN FULLAWAY V THE NASTIRSEVITCH JEWELS VI THE PRIMA DONNA'S PORTRAIT VII THE FRANTIC IMPRESARIO VIII THE JEWEL BOX IX THE LADY'S MAID'S MOTHER X THE SECOND MURDER XI THE RUSSIAN BANK-NOTES XII THE THIRD MURDER XIII AMBLER APPLEYARD XIV FIFTY THOUSAND POUNDS REWARD XV THE BAYSWATER BOARDING-HOUSE XVI MR.
There is, first of all, the Wood-Apple (Malus sylvatica); the Blue-Jay Apple; the Apple which grows in Dells in the Woods, (sylvestrivallis,) also in Hollows in Pastures (campestrivallis); the Apple that grows in an old Cellar-Hole (Malus cellaris); the Meadow-Apple; the Partridge-Apple; the Truant's Apple, (Cessaloris,) which no boy will ever go by without knocking off some, however late it may be; the Saunterer's Apple,--you must lose yourself before you can find the way to that; the Beauty of the Air (Decus Aeris); December-Eating; the Frozen-Thawed, (gelato-soluta) good only in that state; the Concord Apple, possibly the same with the Musketaquidensis; the Assabet Apple; the Brindled Apple; Wine of New England; the Chickaree Apple; the Green Apple (Malus viridis);--this has many synonymes; in an imperfect state, it is the Cholera morbifera aut dysenterifera, puerulis dilectissima;--the Apple which Atalanta stopped to pick up; the Hedge-Apple (Malus Sepium); the Slug-Apple (limacea); the Railroad-Apple, which perhaps came from a core thrown out of the cars; the Apple whose Fruit we tasted in our Youth; our Particular Apple, not to be found in any catalogue,--Pedestrium Solatium; also the Apple where hangs the Forgotten Scythe; Iduna's Apples, and the Apples which Loki found in the Wood; and a great many more I have on my list, too numerous to mention,--all of them good.
I turned to the cloud-bedappled sky, To bare-shorn field and gleaming water; To frost-night herbage, and perishing flower; While the Robin haunted the yellow bower; With his faery plumage and jet-black eye, Like an unlaid ghost some scene of slaughter: All mournful was the sight.
To Carrick!--Och, 'tis a good step to Carrick, and my toes are on the ground (saving your presence,) for I depindid on Tim Jarvis to tell Andy Cappler, the brogue-maker, to do my shoes; and, bad luck to him, the spalpeen!
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asked Kinch, as he sat beside Charlie in the playground munching the last of the apple-tart; "what kind of folks are they?
another Way ----Apple do.
The Neon Knights ran a network of Apple- hacker boards: Neon Knights North, South, East and West.
"Let me give her an apple; She wants one, I know; A nice, large, red apple-- O!
Take any quantity of potatoes, half boiled;--skin or pare them, and grate them to a coarse powder with a grater;--mix them up with a very small quantity of flour, 1/16, for instance, of the weight of the potatoes, or even less;--add a seasoning of salt, pepper, and sweet herbs;--mix up the whole with boiling water to a proper consistency, and form the mass into dumplins of the size of a large apple.-- Roll the dumplins, when formed, in flour, to prevent the water from penetrating them, and put them into boiling water, and boil them till they rise to the surface of the water, and swim, when they will be found to be sufficiently done.