The chicks saw him hang overhead, Where they for their barley had huddled; And all in a flutter they fled, And soon through the coop holes had scuddled.
TRANCHE, f., morceau coupe un peu mince avec un instrument tranchant.
Hetty soon found her mother at the village store, and without stopping to warm herself, she said: "O mother, come home, for little Eddy is sick, and Lily says it is the croup, and that he is dying.
I have not said that they would droop and die while infants.
The whole tree is usually covered with a scaly tomentum, while the fruit is a black flattened drupe.
I mean merely the peaceful, progressive, orderly triumph of l'homme sensuel moyen; the gradual adaptation of hopes and occupations to a purely terrestrial standard; the calculated pleasures of the cynic who is resolved to be a dupe no more."
For Gunther Augustus (unlike you, I hope), Had an inborn aversion to water and soap; He fought when they washed him, he squirmed and he twisted, He shrieked, scratched and wriggled until they desisted; He would not be combed--it was no use to try-- O he was a Goop, they could all testify!
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Je sais cuisiner, par un groupe de Cordons Bleus, sous la direction de Miles H. Delage et G. Mathiot.
On coming into office I found the military commandant of the Department of California exercising the functions of civil governor in that Territory, and left, as I was, to act under the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, without the aid of any legislative provision establishing a government in that Territory, I thought it best not to disturb that arrangement, made under my predecessor, until Congress should take some action on that subject.
Jamaica, Barbados and other Windward Islands under the English; Hayti, Martinique and Guadeloupe under the French, and Guiana under the Dutch were all more or less thriving as plantation colonies, while Brazil, Virginia, Maryland and the newly founded Carolina were beginning to demonstrate that slave labor had an effective calling without as well as within the Caribbean latitudes.
The hoop is hoisted above his nose.
They were afraid, but the sorcerer was kind, and when he awoke, spoke so softly to them they thought they heard the sough of the hupe, the wind of the night, out of the valley below them.
John Bates looked through the loop-hole, and caught sight of one of the red-coats running back from the house, and fired at him but missed.
Antoine" came into the inner room and said he was "Doux comme un petit agneau," but the Marquise said that he was "Un loup dans une peau de mouton," and must go away.
On the second day Captain Meinhold went into camp on the South Fork of the Loupe, at a point where the trail was badly scattered.
The Twelve Temptations have ceased to tempt, and the familiar legs of LUPE no longer allure.
At that moment a deep disembodied voice said, "Dinnah iss serffed, laddies and lassies, pliss shtep oop to da table."
For when he was engaged in a Sea-Fight against the Venetians, and was standing on the Poop of his Galley, his Son, fighting valiantly at the Forecastle, was shot by an Arrow in the Breast, and fell wounded to the Death; a Mishap whereat his Comrades were sorely shaken, and Fear came upon the whole Ship's Company.
It may do so for a time, rather than close down altogether, hoping to recoup itself later when the market has taken a more favorable turn.
One only wishes that he would allow his own officials after their day's work to regroup themselves, in the healthy London fashion, with labour leaders, and colonels, and schoolmasters, and court ladies, and members of parliament, as individualists or socialists, or protectors of African aborigines, or theosophists, or advocates of a free stage or a free ritual.
The imitation is painted on a machine-woven rep canvas: the term rep is a corruption of the Saxon term wrepp, or rape, a cord, Dutch roop, from which we get the word rope.
J. Roope, Esq.
"Durior at scopulis mea Coelia, marmore, ferro, Robore, rupe, antro, cornu, adamante, gelu."
"And yet, we're going to a place where you can scoop gold up with a shovel," he finished. "
Charles F. Shoop & George L. Tuve (A); 8Aug57; R197233.
notes, and suggestions for study by Grace Shoup. (
This important duty discharged, Mr. Hardinge and I returned to the sloop in which Neb had been standing off and on, in waiting for us, and again made sail down the river.
No wife to snoop after him and--why, my dear, he would have been ideal."
Then once more I got free, but in poverty’s toil; I’ve no “cattle for salting,” no “sheep for to boil;” I can’t get a job—though to any I’d stoop, If it was only the making of portable soup.”
He is a strict observer of men's addresses to him, and takes a mathematical account whether they stoop and bow in just proportion to the weight of his greatness and allow full measure to their legs and cringes accordingly.
Knights," 96: Come, quick now, bring me a lusty stoup of wine, To moisten my understanding and inspire me (H. Frere).
and rewritten by Freeman P. Stroup.
Essays and poems compiled and edited by Walter W. R. May; illustrated by Howard L. Stroupe.
That will be the plan, to my notion--the money and the girl in one swoop; then a quick sail to the southward.
"--Governor Throop, 1832. "
One under Major Reno, consisting of three troops of cavalry and the Indian scouts, forty in number, held the advance; the second battalion, composed also of three troops, moved off some miles to the left of Reno, scouting the country to the southward; a third detachment, comprising the pack train which carried the reserve ammunition--some 24,000 rounds--was under the command of Captain McDougall, and had one troop as an escort; the fourth battalion was that under Custer himself, and was the largest, having five troops, and it marched parallel to Reno and within easy supporting distance to the north, the pack train following the trail in rear of Reno and Custer.
From the "Southern Whig," March 2, 1838.-- "WILL be sold in La Grange, Troup county, one negro girl, by the name of Charity, aged about 10 or 12 years; as the property of Littleton L. Burk, to satisfy a mortgage fi.