dray


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a low heavy horse cart without sides

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A young man, a farm-labourer, as come by us on his way to market with his mas'r's drays - a journey of over five hundred mile, theer and back - made offers fur to take her fur his wife (wives is very scarce theer), and then to set up fur their two selves in the Bush.
Literally tons, and hundreds of tons, of telephones were hauled in drays from the factory and put in place in New York's homes and offices.
In 1879 the New York telephone directory was a small card, showing two hundred and fifty-two names; but now it has grown to be an eight-hundred-page quarterly, with a circulation of half a million, and requiring twenty drays, forty horses, and four hundred men to do the work of distribution.
Most of the goods were sent on drays to the magazin, but our reputation having preceded us, we were honored with a fiacre, making the journey between the Douane and the shop on the knee of a confidential commissionaire.
When Lady Russell not long afterwards, was entering Bath on a wet afternoon, and driving through the long course of streets from the Old Bridge to Camden Place, amidst the dash of other carriages, the heavy rumble of carts and drays, the bawling of newspapermen, muffin-men and milkmen, and the ceaseless clink of pattens, she made no complaint.
The shooting motor cars, more like spiders in the moon than terrestrial objects, the thundering drays, the jingling hansoms, and little black broughams, made her think of the world she lived in.
He crossed Charles Street between jangling street cars and shelving lumber drays, and after a moment of uncertainty wound into Brimmer Street.
While she was looking about for a convenient seat, the conductor pushed Smike in, and cried that it was all right--though it wasn't--and away went the huge vehicle, with the noise of half-a-dozen brewers' drays at least.
Tenders are invited for Reconditioning Of Dray Gas Seal
Sue Dray AND that is how to integrate and be welcome
Meanwhile they also distributed food items and dray food items including tents, flour, cooking oil, sugar, pulses, tea etc among the flood affected people at different places of the affected area.
Captain Alison Dray, 31, had been looking up hotels on her phone before her hired 4x4 mounted a kerb and hit Ashley Taylor, 32.
The reader learns about Andalon throughout the novel; before the time of man, Andalon was home to a magical race called the Dray who mysteriously disappeared about a thousand years before.
If only we could go a stage further and insist on dray horses delivering the stuff too - that would be bliss.
ACROSS 1 PEAR TREE 5 STEY 9 GENRE 10 COLD AIR 11 RATE 12 PRINTERS 14 HUSTLE 15 ESPACE 18 REVERSED 20 WITH 23 DOILIES 24 VELIA 25 NEVE 26 TEAR DROP DOWN 1 GIRTH 2 REPAPER 3 TURN 4 EXPECT 6 TWITS 7 GENERAL 8 PARTIES 13 EDITORS 14 SANDIER 16 HATES IT 17 EMOTER 19 NOTES 21 REITH 22 DRAY