The man in the frieze coat was reading the broadsheet of August 31 When the crowd collected round him he seemed confused, but at the demand of the tall lad who had pushed his way up to him, he began in a rather tremulous voice to read the sheet from the beginning.
Sirin Highness," said the tall fellow with a triumphant smile on his lips and a frown on his brow), "to consult with him to act, and to aid the army to exterminate these scoundrels.
The tall youth moved his lips and swayed from side to side.
For several weeks the tall
dark girl and the doctor were together almost every day.
Not much it won't," replied the tall
Maggie sat down again, with little faith in this promise, though she presently saw the tall girl putting a bridle on the donkey, and throwing a couple of bags on his back.
When the woman had patted her on the back, and said "Good-by," the donkey, at a strong hint from the man's stick, set off at a rapid walk along the lane toward the point Maggie had come from an hour ago, while the tall girl and the rough urchin, also furnished with sticks, obligingly escorted them for the first hundred yards, with much screaming and thwacking.
girl of nineteen advanced toward Miriam and offered her a cup
Then this house does not belong to that tall
lady who wears a watch, and who said we were to have some bread and cheese?
It sometimes changes a good man into a bad one, said the tall
fescue, Variety, Greenmaster 3ho, Grassland, Breeding.
The Port of Blyth will come alive when it hosts the globally renowned Tall
Ships Regatta over the August bank holiday weekend, which takes place during the 60th anniversary of The Tall
Two days into the four-day spectacle, we reported: "Visitors to the Tall
Ships fleet moored along Newcastle Quayside topped the 750,000 mark last night as the region's sea fever showed no sign of abating.
That I had betrayed them and deliberately sabotaged their height-comparison system and now everything they've ever known about how tall
anybody is completely wrong.
As it turns out, tall
fescue--or rather the endophytic fungus that it harbors--affects cattle, horses and other grazing animals in a variety of ways, and sometimes it can be dangerous.