A man who joins the Dashaways does not care to have the circumstance announced in the newspapers. "
Marse Wes dataway; som'n go wrong he fly off de handle.
Misser Fid," cried the black, "here masser Harry, wid a head out of port-hole, up dereaway in a light-house, singing-out like a marine in a boat wid a plug out!"
Today I was notified that a woman of the middle class would be killed in Golden Gate Park, in faraway San Francisco.
Three-wall Fadeaway: This shot can only be executed when you are a few feet in front of the service line and off to one side of the court or the other, nearer to the side wall than the center.
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I was eager for the adventure, to voyage to the valley of Typee, where Herman Melville had lived with Fayaway and Kori-Kori, where Captain Porter had erected the American flag a century before, and where cannibalism and tattooing had reached their most artistic development.
"I shouldn't think it was," said Dotty, looking around for Flyaway, who was riding in a lady's chair made by two admiring little girls.
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Among bitches there are Mrs. Kipping's Delphinium Wild and Desdemona, Mr. Hornby's Lady Sweetheart, Mr. W. Mayor's Mill Girl, Mr. T. Gannaway's Charlwood Belle, Dr. J. W. Low's Bess of Hardwicke, and Mrs. E. G. Money's Eastbourne Tarqueenia.
Yet here Mr. Franklin Fullaway, whoever he might be, was wiring to James as only a business acquaintance of some standing would wire.
If James did give that print to Fullaway, and if Fullaway made use of it as you think, Fullaway'll be far too cute ever to let on that it was given to him.
he whispered, with a side glance at The Times-reading old gentleman, "you remember me telling you yesterday about the lady-secretary of Fullaway's--Mrs.
Clever--clever--but unnatural, Fullaway!--they mustn't let her do too much at that.
Confound you, Fullaway!--why couldn't you keep quiet for a minute?
About the middle of the 14th century there was a revival of the Old English alliterative verse in romances like William and the Werewolf, and Sir Gawayne, and in religious pieces such as Clannesse (purity), Patience, and The Perle, the last named a mystical poem of much beauty, in which a bereaved father sees a vision of his daughter among the glorified.
Warning to Watchmen.--The following Warning, addressed to the Watchmen of London on the occasion of a great fire, which destroyed nearly 100 houses in the neighbourhood of Exchange Alley, Birchin Lane, the back of George Yard, &c., among which were Garraway's, The Jerusalem Coffee House, George and Vulture, Tom's, &c. &c., is extracted from the London Magazine for 1748, and is very characteristic of the then state of the police of the metropolis:-- "Mr. Touchit's Warning to the Watchmen of London.
She engaged the best "Gawayyas" to teach her music, the best "Kath-thaks" to teach her dancing, the best "Ustads" to teach her elocution and deportment, and the best of Munshis to ground her in Urdu and Persian belles lettres; so that when Imtiazan reached her fifteenth year her accomplishments were noised abroad in the bazaar.
Yet he deserves a monument along with AEsop, and La Fontaine, and Kate Greenaway, and Andersen, and Scott and Henty, and all the other greater and lesser lights who have done so much to gladden the heart and enlarge the mind of childhood and youth.
The guy sitting next to me was wearing a giveaway baseball cap advertising the Uzi submachine gun.
The horses were again in readiness, and the word given,--away they flew with the fleetness of the wind, to come in the second time.
"I'm goin'--away, for good--that's where--I'm goin'!"
cried the lawyer, rising with a furious gesture--"away, sir!
And the word is that he was seen coming this way both at Slide Out and crossing Old Man's River after he made his getaway."
They were both leggy chestnuts, with surprising signs of blood' and all the earmarks of sprinters; but in Godwin's trade sharp getaways were probably often necessary.
He's a dry fellow, that Harkaway.
In 1582 Shakespeare was married to Anne Hathaway, the daughter of a peasant family of Shottery, who was eight years older than her boy husband.
To split upon a rock so near the haven!--Away!
hereaway lies the island, and you are for going into yonder bit of a church."
There's a heap of Scots redemptioners hereaways.
Ingersoll says, "Sometimes a whole phrase is used as an interjection, and we call such interjectional phrases: as, out upon him!--away with him!--Alas, what wonder!
The hideaway. (
The instant his real work were out in the matter of Kingship,--away with it!
Take that foreign aid--interference!--away, and it falls.
*** Mr. KELLAWAY informed the House of Commons the other day that the War Office has forty million yards of surplus aeroplane linen.
SEE Holdaway, Neville Aldridge.
To the Senate of the United States: I lay before the Senate, for their consideration and advice as to a ratification, treaties which have been concluded with the following Indian tribes, viz: Iaway tribe, Kickapoo tribe, Poutawatamie, Siouxs of the Lakes, Piankeshaw tribe, Siouxs of the River St. Peters, Great and Little Osage tribes, Yancton tribe, Mahas, Fox tribe, Teeton, Sac Nation, Kanzas tribe, Chippewa, Ottawa, Potawatamie, Shawanoe, Wyandot, Miami, Delaware, and Seneca.
It was the sea,--the deep, eternal sea,--the treacherous, soft, dreadful, inexplicable sea; and he was perhaps at this moment being borne away on it,--away, away,--to what sorrows, to what temptations, to what dangers, she knew not.
Cassai, or Kaway, seems to be the place called Kissen, on a lake of that name, near the northernmost winding branch of the Kara-moran, in Lat.
Leaving these behind him on the ninth day, he travelled on to the Mountains of Bamboo (Pabungan Kawayanan), covered with bamboo whose leaves were all sharp steel.
It had made Kawayun happy to look at his father's teeth.
I would I were not crowned a king!--away From this bright land--here would I ever stay!
What is your name?--Flyaway?--Well, you look like it.
I listened;--away out across the field, among the dark shadows beyond, I could hear the murmur of voices, and an occasional burst of some unintelligible song would come floating out on the frosty air.
OSWALD (returns) Had I not Esteemed you worthy to conduct the affair To its most fit conclusion, do you think I would so long have struggled with my Nature, And smothered all that's man in me?--away!-- Looking towards the dungeon.
Leastaways, that's the way she looks to a man up a tree.
Oshkinaway and brother, 18 p., of the British shore.