Why, therefore, should he do this thing, and bring himself down to the level of the ordinary commuter?
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For example-- De cooter is de boatman-- The cooter is the terrapin, and a very expert boatman he is.
Cuter old settler waggled his ears.
The horn was reinforced by an ordinary hooter, a whistle, several human voices and, lastly, an exhaust siren.
Why, the very school children of the future will hear about you as 'Looter Langdon,' and their parents will tell them how particularly degrading it was for a man of your reputation to drag into your dishonest schemes your son, sir, and your daughter.
The fourth stanza, which mentions Erasmus and Luther, is the following:-- "Thou wast nother Erasmus nor Luter; Thou dyds medle no forther than thy potte; Agaynst hye matters thou wast no disputer, Amonge the Innocentes electe was thy lotte: Glad mayst thou be thou haddyst that knotte, For many foolys by thee thynke them selfe none, Yet all be nott dead, though thou be gone."
The average American can only have access to a small microcomputer which is worth only a fraction of what they pay for it.
The GARDEN prototype combines centrex lines with a minicomputer using UNIX operating system software."
Some nouns literally neuter, are made masculine or feminine by a figure of speech.
Nothing in our House is useful but that which is fashionable; my Pewter holds out generally half a Year, my Plate a full Twelvemonth; Chairs are not fit to sit in that were made two Years since, nor Beds fit for any thing but to sleep in that have stood up above that Time.
Afterwards the boy had sought out the recruiter to ask if by any chance he knew a girl named Elinor Ruth Farringdon.
He's a great rooter for Feisul.
ROUTER, plier en rouleau.
The club woman's handybook of parliamentary law, by Kate Louise Roberts & Ruter William Springer.
I hain't never heard tell on a scooter a-killin' nobody yit; it's them plagued ice-boats up State what--" "That's all very well," persisted Mrs. Homan, not to be diverted from her subject; "but when old Dr. Billings got run over by the train at Mastic Crossin' on Fourth o' July eight year ago, his wife told me with her own lips that she never would git over it, cuz he had his hull big toe stickin' out o' the end of his stockin'.
If I am shot, be it with the express understanding in the shooter that I am the identical person intended so to be served.
See more of this game in Daniel Souter's Palamedes, vel de variis ludis, l. 3.
Are you a suiter?
DEXTER, (Gregory), the typical Successful Man who is first suitor, then the generous friend of Anne Douglas, in Constance Fennimore Woolson's Anne.
In the U.S., the backbone of the Internet is often considered the NSFNet, a government funded link between a handful of supercomputer sites across the country.
L'or; la merveilleuse histoire du général Johann August Suter.
Arcubalistarii is the appropriate middle age Latin for men armed with cross-bows.--E. Our good minorite seems in this chapter to have studied the old proverb, fas est ab hoste doceri; but except in the leading political advice of the section, he might have been better employed in following the adage of ne sutor ultra crepidam.--E. SECTION XIX.
One became the fellow of Trinity College; the other, the friend of Horace, rose into notice as the tutor of the young Earl of Plymouth; then became a D.D., and a fashionable preacher in London; was elected preacher at Lincoln's Inn; attacked the Methodists; and died, at fifty-three, at variance with Horace--this Assheton, whom once he had loved so much.