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Six of us of the loyal crew had come on deck either to serve the gun or board the Swede during our set-to with her; and now, one by one, we descended the ladder into the centrale.
There's your Company's sta- tion,' said the Swede, pointing to three wooden barrack- like structures on the rocky slope.
The trouble with a swede, unlike a pumpkin, was it was built to withstand Armageddon.
6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Swedish-American Chambers of Commerce (SACC) of Florida is pleased to announce that it has named Per-Olof Loof the 2015 Swede of the Year at its annual gala dinner on October 3[sup.
Swede had served in the Pacific at the end of World War II and was attending UMass Amherst on the G.
Peel, trim and slice the swede into thin discs, or use a mandolin cutter if you have one.
native Swede Klaus Bempainter recalled: "It was recently revealed in one of the major newspapers that doctors were told to prioritize patients based on their value as future taxpayers.
The Swede is back at the Doha Golf Club course where he had won the title in 2006 and has done generally well.
BEEF, SWEDE AND MUSHROOM PIE Serves: 4-6, preparation time: 20 minutes, cooking time: 21/2 hours.
Stua his from Th emo end The Swede knows every emotion in the game, having endured a career crammed with ups and downs.
A fine, aggressive aviator, Swede saw action in the Battle of the Coral Sea in May 1942, using his tough little dive-bomber as a fighter against a swarm of seven Zeros, shooting down three of the dangerous fighters just before noon on 8 May.
At the other end of the scale there is the swede or, to give its full name, the Swedish turnip.
He tells us that the Swede, probably inspired by The Kid From Tomkinsville, practiced hitting in the winter "by swinging at a baseball taped to a cord hung from a rafter" (7).
The Canadian was huffing and puffing, whereas the Swede was running smoothly, looking as if he were out for an afternoon stroll.