For many years, well known, long known figures had tried to revive the game, revamp the ball, attract new players.
de Arcanis rerump.
BRITTON, owner of the St. Louis Nationals, through her treasurer, H.D. Seekamp, writes:--"Mrs.
But Dorothea preferred her independence and a cottage not far from the bridge, where Endymion's children might romp as they listed, but never seemed to disturb its exquisite order.
The ancient Irish and the clergy, whose efforts were directed by Scaramp, a papal envoy, warmly opposed the project.
"I have thought of all that, Miles, and here is my answer: Should such a thing happen, and there be no other Wallingford left, then no Wallingford would live to have his feelings hurt by knowing that a Vander-dunder-Schamp, or whatever these Dutchmen ought to be called, is living in his father's house; and no harm would be done.
SCHLUMP: the story of a German soldier, told by himself; translated from the German, by Maurice Samuel.
That's right!--jump, you little pint o' cider!"
"I got off better than I had any right,--limp a little, maybe, but they say that even that is mostly a matter of habit now.
Rump steak I ween," he added, sniffing, "food meet for the mighty Shamash (that pun was fortuitous, I need not say) or a ravenous medical jurist.
----Rump, to ragoo ----Collar'd to eat cold ----Dutch to make ----to pot ----Steaks to fry ----do.
Ferragut spoke of knocking the scamp down on his oyster shells with a good pair of blows.
"I'm willing to scrimp and save for it, Edwin; but in the end I haven't got the say-so, and you know it."
Similarly the growth of mushrooms is said to be affected by the weather, and in Devonshire apples "shrump up" if picked during a waning moon.
Seamstress is pronounced seem-stress, but semp-stress, as the word is now commonly spelt, is pronounced sem-stress.
I called him a shrimp when he came bouncing in here."
List of --simp.
But when she went up into the great brilliantly lighted bedchamber at the Selwyns', and saw Mary Marcy in her perfectly fitting gown drawing on her delicate gloves, and talking with several young ladies beautifully dressed in fresh muslin and silk, the skimp skirt and sleeves, the shrunken waist and washed sash, seemed all at once very mean and shabby to Angela.
My very dear old bean, Think of the state of Prices, Think of the slump in Trade, Turn to the Paris Crisis, Ponder the cost of ices And buns and gingerade.
Even tha' hair doesn't slamp down on tha' head so flat.
But, stay-- What sollemp sound is thys?
U.S. laws alone swamp our small staff.
The sole object that could emerge brightly from the ordeal of the gas-flare was a splendid freshly printed blue poster gummed with stamp-paper to the wall: which poster bore the words, in vast capitals of two sizes: "The Five Towns Chronicle and Turnhill Guardian."
Lifting his foot above his face, he said: "You stir till I tell you, an' I'll stomp your nose down even with the balance of your mean face. '
But he kept on in the same mercurial strain.--"Clamp lives on poison, like Rappaccini's daughter, in Hawthorne's story; only it makes him ugly instead of fair, as that pretty witch was.
To be sure, the "loyal minority" knocked out the eye of one with a cabbage-stump on the 31st of March, 1711, in the town of Carrickfergus.
The sump holds 11,000 gallons.
Still I can see no reason why the Tachypomp should not have succeeded.
But six months after, in the circle of glow from a tablelamp that left the corners of the room in a chiaroscuro kind of gloom, there were again noises of wings rustling and of water lapping and the old stricture of the throat.
When we have crawled past these death-traps and stand in safety once more, we throw down bits of stone, and seconds elapse before we hear the dull thump with which each signals its arrival in the depths.
The first, good faith, Pisaro; thou'rt so fearful-- You shall to th'Camp before, And I'll be with you early in the Morning.
"It's a quaar being he is entirely, when it's meself that could barely git into the thicket, and he might have saved his hide by making a short thramp around, rather than plunging through in this shtyle."
A thousand men could tamp a lot of ballast in a month, Martin."
But Leland (temp.
But to know them, you must hunt for them,--tramp off to the distant stream, and then, not stand on the bank and wish and sigh, but off hose and shoon, and, careless of water-snake and snapping-turtle, wade in up to their virgin bower, and bear off the dripping, fragrant prize.
A silent ump pumped his right fist.
Andresen was a trump, and always had been.
There was no need for any more trouble with Tump Pack.
I'd t'ump der everlastin' stuffin' outer der bloke--dat's wot!"
"Did ye 'spect I'd tramp way t' Thompson's Crossing fer nuthin'?"
Therfore ye maye Be free from feare, sufficeth to maintaine The vertues which we honor in you all, So as our Britain ghostes when life is past Maie praise in heven, not plaine in Plutoes hall Our dames, but hold them vertuous and chast, Worthie to live where furie never came, Where love can see, and beares no deadly bowe, Whoes lyves eternall tromp of glorious fame With joyfull sounde to honest eares shall blowe.
Two months later the ex-major was crawling slowly along in the sunlight down a lonely street of Vauchamp, when he again found himself face to face with Mme Burle and little Charles.
Instantly there was a dull "whump," more felt in one's tissues than heard aloud.
The mesa holds very level here, cut across at intervals by the deep washes of dwindling streams, and its treeless spaces uncramp the soul.
She was gazing at me in a divinely pitying sort of way, much as if I had been a snail she had happened accidentally to bring her short French vamp down on, and I longed to tell her that it was all right, and that Bertram, so far from being the victim of despair, had never felt fizzier in his life.