Messieurs the sergeants of the mace, you will take me this knave
to the pillory of the Grève, you will flog him, and turn him for an hour.
Send these loitering knaves
up hither,'' said the Saxon, impatiently.
The inconsistency is that while the knave
claims he is only there because his wristwatch has the wrong time, the "facts of the case" state that, as a playing card, the Knave
has neither tendons nor joints.
She was interred within the city's cathedral under the floor of the north aisle of the knave
, where her gravestone can be seen.
I enjoyed his book A Kestrel For A Knave
, and when Kes was made in 1969 it became my favourite film.
BARRY Hines, whose novel A Kestrel for a Knave
was adapted for the classic film Kes, has died aged 76.
The action-packed conclusion of the Starbound trilogy introduces Sofia Quinn, a con artist, and Gideon Marchant, a hacker who is also known as The Knave
of Hearts: I stole the tarts Knave
of Clubs: The Knave
of hearts is lying Knave
of Diamonds: The Knave
of Clubs is lying Knave
of Spades: The Knave
of Diamonds is lying How many of the four knaves
were telling the truth?
He was happy, a knave
with a foolish ear; he held onto nothing proscribed in earnest.
A Kinect-enabled game for Windows, Play the Knave
offers users an immersive, embodied experience of staging a scene from a Shakespeare play.
Based on Barry Hines' novel A Kestrel for a Knave
, Kes, tells the story of a day in the life of Billy Caspar; a 15-year-old boy about to leave school and determined not to end up working down the mines, like his older brother Jud.
Ace, King, Knave
by Maria McCann (9780571297580) PS12.