Half the mess tore the thing down from its place and thrust it into the man's hands.
The entire mess echoed the word, and the volley of questions would have scared any man.
He does not know how many years ago," said Dirkovitch, facing the mess, "but he says it was very long ago in a war.
The mess was in no mood just then to weigh insults to Russian colonels.
Said he'd see him damned first," chorused the mess.
The man could not explain how, like a homing pigeon, he had found his way to his own old mess again.
Little Mildred and another man saw him off, for he was the guest of the mess, and even had he smitten the colonel with the open hand, the law of that mess allowed no relaxation of hospitality.
I've gained so many life lessons from this career in benefits selling, but one of the most enduring has been this idea that if you want the meed
(or reward) you have to take the mess
The eldest appeared from the trees with a twig with dog's mess
on it and by the time we got him to drop the twig he had mess
on his hands and had rubbed it on to his face.