Why, he was so called as truly as I myself bore the appellation
of Gaspard Caderousse; but tell me, I pray, what has become of poor Edmond?
This island, although generally called one of the Marquesas, is by some navigators considered as forming one of a distinct cluster, comprising the islands of Ruhooka, Ropo, and Nukuheva; upon which three the appellation
of the Washington Group has been bestowed.
As the Indian agent of New York had a log dwelling at the foot of the lake, however, it is not impossible that the appellation
grew out of the meetings that were held at his council fires; the war drove off the agent, in common with the other officers of the crown; and his rude dwelling was soon abandoned.
Hence they derive their appellation
of Freemen, to distinguish them from the trappers who are bound for a number of years, and receive wages, or hunt on shares.
He even called me 'Agnes:' the name had been timidly spoken at first, but, finding it gave no offence in any quarter, he seemed greatly to prefer that appellation
to 'Miss Grey;' and so did I.
However, what she withheld from the infant, she bestowed with the utmost profuseness on the poor unknown mother, whom she called an impudent slut, a wanton hussy, an audacious harlot, a wicked jade, a vile strumpet, with every other appellation
with which the tongue of virtue never fails to lash those who bring a disgrace on the sex.
I went into a cafe to -- and while it was being mixed I asked the man who grabs up your hot Scotch spoon as soon as you lay it down what he undcrstood by the term, epithet, description, designation, characterisation or appellation
Nevyedovsky affected to be not merely indifferent but scornful of this appellation
, but it was obvious that he was highly delighted, and had to keep a curb on himself not to betray the triumph which was unsuitable to their new liberal tone.
Edwin glanced at his face, uncertain whether or no he seriously objected to the appellation.
If he has any distinguishing appellation of fondness for her, it is reserved for her, and is not for common ears.
When the adventurers, who first penetrated these wilds, met, in the centre of the forests, immense plains, covered with rich verdure or rank grasses, they naturally gave them the appellation
The master is not so called from his knowing how to manage his slave, but because he is so; for the same reason a slave and a freeman have their respective appellations
Even if Pierre were not a Frenchman, having once received that loftiest of human appellations
he could not renounce it, said the officer's look and tone.
encompasses more than 6,000 acres of prime vineyards, planted on the elevated terraces of the Santa Lucia mountain range in close proximity to nearby Monterey Bay.
The Meursault appellation
is relegated to a total of 1,000 acres and its highest classification is Premier Cru of which there are 19.