In these midlife dimmings that sometimes happen, it has become more and more difficult to slake
my thirst for God in the particular manifestations of church in which I find myself.
com - The Studio & Marlin Room at Webster Hall and Slake
In 1835, that greatest of English artists JMW Turner was rowed out into Jarrow Slake
at night so he could observe the river's collier boats working in the darkness.
as you slake
the rawness in your throat: a half-opened lilac of want.
Someone had left a beer bottle next to the headstone, perhaps as an offering to slake
the nameless prospector's thirst.
BREWERIES and stores may hike the price of beer as fans flock to slake
their thirsts - making cheap booze hard to find.
Production at the Decantae Mineral Water plant at Trofarth, near Colwyn Bay, has hit record levels in recent weeks as people across Britain and beyond have tried to slake
2 m showed that air-dry aggregates from under trees did not slake
, although their organic carbon content (%C) decreased with depth by 50%.
Caption: Over large parts of the parched north western part of India, civilization is only possible because the monsoon rainwater can be stored through the dry seasons to slake
the thirst of crops, people and animals.
After battling a series of competitors at the height of fall mating season, he strode chest-deep into a lake and drank deeply to slake
Gasping with thirst on the fairways, your average American hacker can now be found supping from a fake three-wood to slake
For many folks living in contemporary secular society, these angels probably slake
a deepening thirst for something spiritual while offering them a hopeful reminder of God's protective love--not a small boon to souls feeling frightened and lost in a stormy world.
1927: racing London's City The pictures were mainly of Jarrow Slake
(a derivation of 'Jarrow's lake') taken just before it was reclaimed in the mid-1970s which was an area with a rich industrial past.
The building's past can be traced back to the various chemical works which opened up around Jarrow Slake
from 1823 onwards.
The Baa-Baas, a splendid anachronism in the modern game, are to me an oasis where those wearied by professionalism can slake
their thirst and rest their bodies before returning to the rigours of staying in whatever league needs staying in.